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Apple Hopes New iPhone Will Help It Compete In Developing World

NPR | Sept. 16, 2013 12:22 p.m.

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Audie Cornish, Laura Sydell

Apple is introducing two new iPhone models as it battles for market share with rival phone makers such as Samsung. One of the phones, the iPhone 5C, starts at $99 and is aimed at consumers in the developing world. Apple is also launching a fingerprint called Touch ID that could be used instead of an iPhone password.

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