The low-end 5C model was shown to a select group in China, here's what's in store.

This article titled “iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C launch to ‘brighten everyone's day', says Apple” was written by Charles Arthur, technology editor, for The Guardian on Monday 9th September 2013 10.05 UTC

Apple's invitation to an event at its Cupertino headquarters on Tuesday promises to “brighten everyone's day”. Shown via satellite link in Europe it will, for the first time, also be shown to a select group of guests in China.

Even though the iPhone maker has said nothing about what is ahead, its vast supply chain in China has leaked enough details over the past few months that seasoned observers feel sure about what Apple has in store. There will be a top-end “iPhone 5S”, looking like last year's iPhone 5, in black, white and “champagne” – a cross between gold and beige – which may include a fingerprint sensor for unlocking, and double-speed video capture.

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