Breakdown of Apple's new iPhone 5, iPods Video
Breakdown of Apple's new iPhone 5, iPods Video Transcript
Time to sink your teeth into some break Apple news I'm Bridget -- and this -- -- CNET update. Months of Apple iPhone rumors and speculation are finally behind this my friends Apple unveiled the iPhone 5 Wednesday. And to save you time I got your quick breakdown of on need to know prices are the same as the last -- starting at 200 dollar with a contract for sixteen gigs of memory. Pre orders begin online this Friday. And will be on sale in stores a week later on Friday September 21 and because so much -- leaked online. Mostly news -- what we RE heard there's -- slightly longer screen at four inches that need to be an extra icons on the bottom for any app that isn't formatted to the new size -- see a black border on two sides. You get a faster processor camera can now capture photos faster take panorama shots and has improved stabilization. It also can take photos while recording and video. The front facing camera got a boost capturing 720. As for the body it's thinner and there's no -- glass on the back -- shattered anyway so easily but this time the back is made of aluminum. This year's model will be able to happen to four GL TE faster network speeds. But he'll -- the -- to see which carriers and LTE coverage area works best for you. You see Verizon covers the most area AT&T follows behind on areas but more plan and pricing options sprint has unlimited data so yet there's lots to consider. Also remains to be seen with testing -- top -- will impact battery life. -- and about a -- connector it's much smaller now Apple -- means it might mean but if you need an adapter Apple will gladly sell you one for thirty dollars. Folks with older iphones won't be completely left out the update to IOS six can be gallon Wednesday September 19 so the iPhone is -- -- shock anyone. Let you know dead the new design of the iPod nano it went from a little -- -- wearing your wrist to this thinner two inch screen star and -- 150 dollars. Looks like an iPod Touch nailed it with -- Nokia Lumia. It comes in many colors and the many for apps. Looks very different from the typical Apple look with rounded icon -- there's no web browsing or Wi-Fi but there is Bluetooth and FM radio comes out in October. The iPod Touch also got a splash of color and has a screen like -- iPhone 5 hasn't. These start at 300 dollars for 32 gigs in memory that touches are faster there's a better camera and they announced Siri. That iconic Apple earbuds have also got a redesign now they're called -- -- So yeah that's a lot and that is your Apple tech news roundup but you can find more details as cnet.com slash update. From our state is in New York I'm Bridget Carey.
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