But they're GSM, so you can't use them on any network you want.
According to the Chaos Computer Club's Gerd Eist, the hardest part about defeating Apple's new TouchID reader was getting an iPhone 5S.
While most of the tech press seems to have been awed by Apple’s colorful "new" iPhone 5c, I’m not biting. It's definitely not cheap, it's made of plastic, and it's hardly new. But of course, this was all obfuscated by Apple’s usual dog and pony show.
It's been a long time coming but Apple finally unveiled its next generation of iPhone today at an event in Cupertino. The company was rumoured to be launching not one but two iPhones, and it didn't disappoint.