Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at Phil Schiller speaks about the new iPhone 5C during an Apple product announcement at the Apple campus. (Photo: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images)

[USA Today]

Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at Phil Schiller speaks about the new iPhone 5C during an Apple product announcement at the Apple campus. (Photo: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images)

Apple will launch two new iPhones on September 20: a low-cost 5C starting at $99 and a higher-end 5S that features a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

The devices were revealed during a special event at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.

The 5C will be available in five colors — white, pink, yellow, blue and green — and boasts many of the same features as the iPhone 5.

The 5S will receive upgrades to the camera, a faster A7 processor with M7 coprocessor, and the option to unlock your phone or make iTunes purchases with a fingerprint identity sensor.

For more details on the event, check out our live recap below:

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