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Many people will have their eyes glued to their computers during Apple's eagerly awaited presentation this coming Tuesday. While these bigger screens are not likely to be part of the reveal, the fingerprint sensor and the update to the iOS7 operating system will likely be discussed in depth. ABC News will be at the event, which will be held at the company's Town Hall building at its campus in Cupertino, Calif., and begins at 10 a.m. PT. Stay tuned for all our live coverage on Tuesday, Sept.
The shipment supposedly consists of iPhone 5C units, a low-cost model of Apple's popular smartphone that is expected to be revealed Tuesday. PHOTOS: Biggest tech flops of 2013 -- so far If Apple has struck a deal with China Mobile, then the tech giant can now potentially sell its device to the Chinese carrier's 700 million subscribers. This would be a boost for Apple, which has struggled to compete in China. There, Apple's sales figures lag behind many of its competitors, including some Chinese companies such as Lenovo and Huawei. The cheaper iPhone 5C model is key to the deal as Chinese consumers have been reluctant to pay premium price Ipad 5 for Apple's high-end iPhones.
With the big iPhone launch event a mere four days away, the rumor mill is churning in overdrive. Apple on Tuesday sent colorful invites for the Sept. 10 event at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., a big hint that the iPhone maker plans to unveil a new line of multi-hued smartphones that breaks away from its traditional black-and-white color scheme. After the Cupertino event wraps up, Apple will host a second iPhone shindig in China on Sept. 11, where it will likely make some region-specific announcements.