Apple unveils new iPhone models
Apple put weeks of rumors to rest Tuesday by unveiling not one but two new versions of its signature smartphone.
They are the iPhone 5S and the 5C, a less expensive, colorful plastic model that Apple hopes will help the company break into a new market.
The 5S's most hyped feature is a fingerprint sensor that could get rid of passwords and pins completely but some analysts say market saturation means newer models are not all that different.
Apple shareholders were apparently not impressed by the newest models. The company's stock dropped about two-percent after the announcement. Right now it is hovering just under $500 per share.