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+ - iPhone 5S Reveals What to Expect in October iPad Updates->

Submitted by DavidGilbert99
DavidGilbert99 (2607235) writes "Apple has just revealed the iPhone 5S with its fingerprint sensor, 64-bit A7 chip and free iWork and iLife apps. While this is clearly big news in-and-of-itself, David Gilbert writing in the International Business Times points out that the new features also reveal a lot about what Apple is likely to bring to the fifth iPad the the follow up to the original iPad mini. Indeed the fingerprint sensor, free software and more powerful chip are all likely to be more important for the iPads than they are for the iPhone 5S"
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