Apple's budget iPhone 5C is really real and it comes in a bevy of colors with holey cases that look like Connect 4 game boards. It is essentially the same phone as the iPhone 5 when it comes to specs, with a plastic back rather than an aluminum one. Here you can see Jony Ive talk details on the "beautifully, unapologetically plastic" device.

The main point is of course colors, of which you can choose from blue, green, white, yellow, and pink. And the price—$100 for the 16GB model and $200 for the 32GB model with a two-year contract. Off-contract, it's not exactly budget—it goes for $550 and $650 respectively.

We've also got Apple's video explaining what's up with the camera improvements on the iPhone 5S. Those are basically dual-LED flash, burst mode, image stabilization, bigger pixels, and a bunch of features explained above. That comes down to better pictures, which is a given. But it's nice to see that broken down.

Finally, we have the rundown on Touch ID—the iPhone 5S's fingerprint sensor. It steps for your old numerical password because when you touch your phone's home button, your thumb automatically works as your password.