On October 4, 2011, Apple announced the iPhone 4S. The iPhone 4S added a higher resolution camera (8 Megapixel) with 1080p video recording, face detection, and video stabilization, a faster, dual core processor, world phone capability (allowing a single handset to operate on networks based on both GSM/UMTS and CDMA technologies), and a natural language voice control system called Siri. It will be available in 16 GB and 32 GB as well as a new 64 GB capacity. It was also announced that in the U.S. Sprint would begin carrying the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.
Not going to lie -- I'm slightly disappointed by Apple's "Let's Talk iPhone" keynote yesterday. After keeping us waiting since June of last year, I expected more out of the latest iPhone. For the last three generations of iPhone, they came out with a new one about every 12 months and the successors were all very impressive compared to the former model. So if they're make people wait an extra four months, it better be good. Amazing. Out of this … more
Disclaimer: I'm not an iPhone user. My phone is like the redheaded stepchild of an iPhone. Most of my friends are on iPhones or Android Phones and constantly ask me why I don't have one. The reason is this: Why would I want to buy a phone from a company that is constantly updating their product and can't seem to get it right the first time? Every time a new Apple product comes out, I groan because I know there will be a 2,3,4...whatever coming after it. I figure that I'll wait a … more
For 15 months in the making, I was expecting a more radical update. An iPhone 5. But still... I want it. Apple, just take my money already. The voice activated phone navigation and the camera sound amazing. Also, I'm going to need a tent for October 14th.