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 Moreover, fingerprint sensors may be embedded in the display leading to a higher cost. I think the 5C may not support fingerprint sensor nor SIRI. 
It could be an ARM based thin client running iOS. This thin client could connect to iCloud and serve as an iTunesTV, FaceTime station or an iCloud workstation for applications such as Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Find My iPhone and in the future... Apple Maps, iBooks, Messages, Cards etc...
The old iPod Nano watch was already years ahead of Galaxy Gear.   Less expensive, more useful, nicer looking.
It is now 5 PM in Berlin, at what time were they planning to announce?   ======   OK.  They plan to announce at 1:00 pm ET.  (10:00 am PT)
 I believe Samsung licensed some technology from AuthenTec in the past but not the new in display technology that Apple developed and patented.  The on screen fingerprint capability will be more durable and accurate.
If Samsung does release a fingerprint sensor, let's see if it infringes Apple's patents, and let's see how well it works. Finger print sensors are common in many laptops but they are not in the screen and they do not work very well. Question: What is the diagram in the article above? Where is it from? ==================== OK. I watched the presentation and Samsung did not introduce a fingerprint sensor.
 You most likely will see 802.11ac support in the new AppleTV along with the iMac and MacPro machines.You may also see a CPU and graphics chips set upgrade.  Perhaps support for the new 4K TVs.Not to mention the new iOS 7
Perhaps they are referring to the bright new icons in iOS 7. Perhaps they are referring to iPhone, iOS, iMac, Mac Pro and Airport Express announcements.
Apple should buy "Nokia Here" mapping and location services business if possible and perhaps the phone patents a.   Apple should buy the Nokia Here" mapping and location services business which is big in automobiles today.  This is an opportunity to have it's own maps data and push iOS in cars in a big way. Since Microsoft is only licensing the patents from Nokia, Apple may wish to buy them if the technologies make sense long term.
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