Sunday 18 March 2018

iPhone 5s will be sold in Ireland in two weeks

Caitlin McBride

Caitlin McBride

The highly anticipated iPhone 5s and 5c phones will be sold in Ireland on October 25th.

The smartphones, which feature advanced fingerprint technology, will be available for sale on the same day it is released in 25 other countries.

While it has been on sale for over one month in the US, China and the UK, France and Germany, and now the rest of Europe will have a chance to try out Apple's latest offerings in a matter of weeks.

November 1 will see the new iPhones released in 11 more countries.

The iPhone 5c will range in price between €599 and €699. It is thinner and lighter than its predecessors and has a larger battery capacity and comes in six different colours.

Whereas the 5s will retail between €699 and €899, with increased power efficiency.

It has the same eight megapixel camera as the iPhone 5, but its most exciting new feature is the Touch ID - fingerprint identification software.

It will come in a range of colours including gold, silver and "space gray", according to Apple.

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