When will the iPhone 5S be released in the US?

MrsMith

Does anyone know if Apple has given a release date for the iPhone 5S yet? Last I heard was summer, and summer has officially arrived.

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jimlynch
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Most likely this fall, but we'll have to wait and see for a final release. Meanwhile, the iPhone 5 is still available. I have one and I'll probably skip the 5S.

ablake
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I saw an article on BGR that had purported leaked photos of the iPhone 5 assembly line. I don’t think an official date has been given, but that summer release has apparently turned into this fall. Here is a link to the article with the possible iPhone 5S in all of its blurry glory. http://bgr.com/2013/06/25/iphone-5s-leak-image-assembly-line/

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