Apple announced the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c on Tuesday. The 5s is the flagship, coming in Black, White, and Gold. Or as they call it: Silver, space gray and champagne. It has a 'Touch ID' fingerprint reader, A7 processor, M7 processor to handle all motion data, and a camera with larger pixels. It will ship with iOS 7.
John would like to use his smartphone as a WiFi hotspot. Leo says he can, but he'll have to check with his phone provider to determine if they have an extra charge or not. If it's Verizon, they're legally not supposed to charge extra. Does he need a special app? Probably not. If he does pay for it, it's a usually a monthly fee and has a separate bandwidth cap.
Colin says one way Leo can save money on cell phone batteries is to buy an external battery. Leo says that he has plenty of external battery cases, but he still has to carry them around. He prefers the extra battery because it fits in his pocket. Leo does like the Mophie Juice Pack Air case, which puts the battery inside the case. He also says that Samsung has killed the myth that Apple doesn't let the battery be removable for the reason of keeping the phone slim.