11 Sep 2013

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After months of speculation surrounding the latest iPhone model, Apple has announced details of their latest offering, the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. Both phones will be available to buy this month and, dependent on your employer you could salary package the cost!

What are the new models?

 

iPhone 5s 
iPhone 5s

The same light design as the iPhone 5 and works twice as fast!

Fingerprint sensor technology – the home button now recognises your fingerprint and allows you to unlock the phone and make app store and iTunes purchases.

Ultra fast wireless – the 5s supports more 4G LTE bands than ever, meaning faster wireless in more places.

iSight camera8 megapixels, 15% larger sensor and true tone flash mean you can get even better shots staright from your phone.

Available from 20 September, starting price $869 for 16gb

http://store.apple.com/au/buy-iphone/iphone5s

 

iPhone 5c

iPhone 5c

Comes in a choice of 5 different colours and has the retro option of interchangeable covers.

The 5c also has the iSight camera and ultra fast wireless, as well as a 4 inch retina display.

Available from 13 September, starting price $739 for 16gb

http://store.apple.com/au/buy-iphone/iphone5c

How can I salary package an iPhone?

If you primarily use your phone for work purposes you could save more than a third on the cost of your iPhone handset. All you need to do is buy the handset outright and let us know how much it cost you, we’ll make sure your employer sets aside that amount from your pre-tax pay, and then reimburse you – using your pre-tax dollars.

This benefit is dependent on your employer, please log in to your Smartsalary account to see if you can package a mobile phone: https://www.smartsalary.com.au

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