Apple’s two new iPhones in all their multicolored glory. Andrew Cunningham Apple took to the stage of its town hall in Cupertino today to unveil not one but two new iPhones for the fall, the multi-colored iPhone 5C and the new flagship iPhone 5S. We’ll be giving both phones the review treatment when they’re out, but in the meantime Apple let us spend a little hands-on time with them (and some of their new features) ahead of their launch. The iPhone 5S: A design refined Hands-on with the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S (video link) If you’ve already held an iPhone 5, you know exactly what it’s like to hold an iPhone 5S. The size, weight, and build quality all feel exactly the same as last year’s flagship. Observations that the iPhone 5 felt “almost too thin” have faded with familiarity, but if you’re carrying the old glass-backed iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S, the feel of the iPhone 5S is still surprising. Every measurement, right down to the 3.95 ounce weight and 0.30-inch thickness, is identical to the iPhone 5. A pair of visual cues will help you distinguish the 5S from the older iPhone
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