In one of Apple's signature Cupertino events, the technology company unveiled its latest iPhones. One is a cheaper version of the pricey smartphone, called the 5C. The other, which had fevered speculation going for weeks, is the 5S. Today Philip Schiller, Apple's Senior VP of Global Marketing, called the "most forward thinking phone we have ever created."
What do consumers want in their next-generation smart phones? With a lot of theft of Apple devices, what's the best way to increase personal security? Fingerprint sensors could mean companies such as Apple would store your biometric data. How would you feel about that? Are you confident tech companies could securely store your personal information? How much does that matter to you, if at all?
Anand Srinivasan, Senior Hardware Analyst, Bloomberg Industries
Marco Tabini, Technology journalist