Ep. 1339: Where we give the iPhone 5S a finger Video
The iPhone comes out tomorrow! The initial reviews of the phone aren't too surprising, unfortunately.
Apple unveiled the iPhone 5S with a fingerprint sensor, an improved camera, and a faster, smaller processor. CNET Senior Editor Scott Stein checks out the new home button and that new gold color in this First Look.
It's time to start a TV revolution: over-the-air and over-the-top. Join us, won't you? And maybe someone can build the blog for us? In other news, Apple may be trying for a home run where Google struck out, with carrier-independent phone sales. And watch Oompa Loompas build the next Mars lander, live! --Molly
Due for an upgrade but still on the fence about the new iPhones? Press the play button on today's episode, as CNET Editor Scott Stein brings by the new Apple iPhone 5S and 5C along with some behind-the-scenes look at the testing process. You'll learn about True Tone flash, the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, iOS 7 performance tips, and whether or not you should spring for an upgrade.
Lots of new internal technology, but the same-sized screen: the new iPhone gets a big speed boost, new camera and fingerprint sensor, but looks identical (unless you pick gold).
Apple's Phil Schiller announces a new fingerprint scanner, called the Touch ID sensor, which is integrated into the home button of the iPhone 5S. Users can now tap to activate, instead of pressing.
Samsung's rumored fingerprint scanner looks to do a lot more than Apple's Touch ID. HTC will unveil their next flagship phone on March 25th and Google doesn't like "Flappy" things.
I'll ruin the surprise for you right now: the worst movie of the summer (only four days in so far) is "Transformers 2: Rise of the Fallen." On today's show, we rip apart this atrocity even more, spoiler-free! Wilson also gives us his first impressions of his brand new Apple iPhone 3GS and discovers the weirdest camera issue ever. I love you, Wilson, but that came out of NOWHERE!
Two days after the iPhone 5S went on sale, the Touch ID feature has been hacked. CNET's Seth Rosenblatt explains how a German group outsmarted the fingerprint scanner and what iPhone owners can do to protect themselves.
You'll be in for a "surprise" if you search for a certain iPhone, we may never see another Mac Pro, and Apple admits that iOS 5 is affecting your battery life. Plus, our prize giveaway winners!