Apple is all set to unveil the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models at a September 10 launch event. The company has confirmed the date by sending out the official invitations. Now, it is being reported that just ahead of the launch, iPhone 5S and 5C shipments have reached U.S.
This much has been reported by MacRumors. According to the publication, Apple is expected to make the new iPhone units available on September 20 and in anticipation of this availability, the company has already shipped iPhone 5S and 5C units to the U.S.
Naturally, it can’t be confirmed whether or not these news are real. In the past, we have seen many leaks and speculations about the upcoming iPhone handsets. Like iPhone 5, it would appear that many of these leaks about iPhone 5S and 5C may also turn out to be true.
Interestingly, we didn’t get to hear solid theories about the hardware packed in the upcoming handsets. So there is, after all, an element of surprise which is coupled with the fact that both new handsets will run iOS 7. The new iOS version is sure to pack a whole lot of new features and interface changes.