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Here's an up-close look at the new iPhone 5S fingerprint scanner, thanks to digital artist Martin Hajek. One insider, Clayton Morris, told This Week In Tech that he was "unequivocally sure about the change, and that the home button would otherwise have the same concave design." Continue reading for more pictures.

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Apple's September 10th iPhone event is just days away and these newly leaked images show off the iPhone 5S box, and what appears to be a mysterious silver ring around the traditional home button, which "is convex to make way for an embedded fingerprint sensor." Continue reading for a couple more pictures.

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While Apple is officially set to unveil the iPhone 5C next week, several shots of the official handset and packaging have surfaced ahead of the event. In these pictures, you'll see "a quick-start guide, SIM eject tool and other paperwork to be included in the packaging, several more photos and a video have surfaced showing similar devices and packages." Continue reading for a video, more pictures and information.

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Here it is, a first hands-on look at both the iPhone 5C and gold iPhone 5S, which are set to be officially unveiled on September 10th. According to Mac Rumors, the "iPhone 5S is nearly identical to the iPhone 5 with the exception of the dual-LED rear flash [and] a redesigned home button to incorporate its fingerprint sensor." Continue reading for the video and more information.

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Finally, the first legitimate and non-render pictures of the champagne, better known as the gold iPhone 5S have surfed, posted on the Japanese website ASCII.JP. The image above compares "the device's casing to the traditional color options of the iPhone as well as offering a solo photo from the device's rear." Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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You read that right, in addition to the standard white and black colors, Apple will reveal a gold version as well. According to TechCrunch's MG Siegler, "a number of folks have noted that a gold iPhone would likely do well in the Chinese and Indian markets as well, where the color is very popular. This is especially interesting given the talk about the 'iPhone 5C' being key in these markets as well, with a presumed unsubsidized lower price-point." Continue reading for more pictures of the actual parts.

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Here's a first look at the packaging for Apple's upcoming iPhone 5C, and it looks a lot like the current iPod Touch box. Apple Insider reports that the "'C' may be for 'Color,' given the recent rumors that the low-cost iPhone would be made available in a variety of colored plastic enclosures when it arrives later this year." Continue reading for one more picture of the various colors and a bonus video.

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The original MacBook, available in black or white cases, was released on May 16, 2006, and used the Intel Core Duo processor and 945GM chipset, with Intel's GMA 950 integrated graphics on a 667 MHz front side bus. Continue reading for ten more rarely seen pictures of an original prototype.

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While there are no cutouts for the buttons or SIM tray, the thin metal frame on this iPhone Lite back shows the spots where those holes will be. On the outside, you'll see the camera and LED flash are in the same sport with a secondary microphone right where it is on other Apple devices. Continue reading for the video.

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Finally, we have some renders of the assembled iPhone Lite, courtesy of MacRumors and Ciccarese Design. As you can see, it's slightly thicker than the iPhone 5, measuring in at 8.5mm thick compared to 7.6mm for the iPhone 5. Continue reading for one more picture and additional information.

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