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September 10, 2013, 5:40 PM

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Brian Heater / Engadget:
iPhone 5s: 64-bit A7 processor, fingerprint authentication, improved camera, gold/silver/gray, from $199  —  Apple introduces the iPhone 5S, launching September 20th starting at $199  —  Ladies and gentleman, the moment you've all been waiting for.  As expected, this afternoon's day-brightening news …
Chris Velazco / TechCrunch:
Apple's Touch ID: A 500ppi Fingerprint Sensor Built Into iPhone 5S Home Button  —  Remember those persistent rumors of a fingerprint sensor that would be baked into the iPhone 5S?  Well, it's not a rumor any longer — Apple has just confirmed that the iPhone 5S will feature a 500ppi fingerprint sensor right in the 5S's home button.
Marcus Wohlsen / Wired:
Investors unimpressed with incremental iPhone improvements as Apple's stock falls 2.28%  —  Apple's Reputation for Innovation Is Now Its Greatest Liability  —  A year ago, Apple seemed unstoppable.  Its share price topped $700.  Its cash horde eclipsed the GDP of many countries.
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S will both ship on September 20, iPhone 5 discontinued, and iPhone 4S goes free  —  At its event in Cupertino, Apple today announced the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5S.  Both devices ship on September 20 in the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, and Singapore.
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Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
Apple iPhone 5s hands-on video and impressions  —  As it turns out, everything that we'd seen from the rumors were true: the iPhone 5s is faster, of course, with a dual-LED flash and the much-vaunted fingerprint scanner on the home button.  And yes, it comes in a gold color …
Tom Warren / The Verge:
iPhone 5c: improved front camera, slightly larger battery, in five colored plastic backs, from $99  —  Apple iPhone 5C is official, a plastic and colorful iPhone for $99  —  The new iPhone 5C is finally official.  After months of rumor and speculation, Apple has opted to introduce …
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
iOS 7 Ships September 18  —  Apple first unveiled iOS 7, the next version of its mobile operating system, back in June at its annual WWDC conference.  Now, three months later, it's finally ready to ship.  The OS — which is a complete reimagining of the operating system on which the iPhone …
Nadia Damouni / Reuters:
Some Microsoft investors want Ford's Mulally, CSC's Lawrie considered for CEO choice  —  Exclusive: Microsoft urged to put Mulally, Lawrie on CEO shortlist  —  (Reuters) - At least three of the top 20 investors in Microsoft Corp want a turnaround expert to succeed Steve Ballmer as chief executive …
Matthew Panzarino / TechCrunch:
Apple Raises AppleCare+ Service Fees, Launches In Europe And Adds iPods  —  In conjunction with the announcement of two new models of iPhone today, Apple has also made several adjustments to its AppleCare+ coverage.  First of all, it has raised the service fees for accidental damage from $49 to $79 each visit.
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
University apologizes for censoring crypto prof over anti-NSA post  —  Green's original post.  —  Andrew Douglas, interim dean of the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, has apologized publicly today for asking one of his cryptography professors to remove a blog post critical …

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