After months of anticipation, Apple has finally unveiled the latest model iPhone, called the iPhone 5s. One of the milestones represented by the 5s can be found in its A7 chip, which makes it the first smartphone powered by 64-bit technology—it’s like a Nintendo 64 that you can take photos with.
There are a lot of new features on the iPhone 5s, but the one getting the most buzz is Touch ID, which utilizes a laser-cut sapphire crystal and capacitive touch sensor to take and analyze high-resolution images of your thumb or fingerprint, allowing you (and only you) to access your phone.
The iPhone 5s, available in multiple colors (as rumored), will hit shelves on September 20th with an MSRP of $199 for the 16GB model, $299 for the 32GB model, and $399 for the 64GB.
You can see a few pictures of the iPhone 5s in the gallery up top, and for more info head to Apple’s website here.