Introducing the Apple iPhone 5
The internet can finally rest - the iPhone 5 is here after a launch event in San Francisco. For months we've had nothing but blurry photos and rumoured specs, but now the wait it over.
Read on for all the specs, key features and release details for what Apple is calling its "best iPhone yet"...
* Video: Apple unveils thinner iPhone 5
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