According to CNN just now:
The 5S features performance upgrades including what Apple calls a dramatic increase in processing speed.
It will have the first 64-bit chip in a smartphone — Apple’s A7 — which Schiller said has tested at up to twice as fast as the iPhone 5′s processor. It also will have a new feature, a motion co-processor, that will let the phone be used as a fitness tracker along the lines of a FitBit.
Schiller said battery life will be “the same or better” than the iPhone 5 and its camera will have 15% more active sensor space, improved white balance and auto-focus and a new flash.
Also, its camera will, for the first time on iPhone, allow video in slow motion.
Arguably the most dramatic new feature on the phone, though, is Touch ID, a fingerprint scanner for security. Users will be able to log into their phone, using the home button, and make purchases from iTunes using their fingerprint as a password of sorts.
The iPhone 5S will sell for $199 for a 16GB version, $299 for a 32GB model and $399 for the top-end 64GB phone.
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