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Apple iPhone 3GS

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Overall 9
9.0

iOS Central iPhone 3GS 8GB

Macworld
25 June 2010
  • Conclusion: The new photo/video interface displays videos with an icon and video length; the filtering buttons at top are only available via the Camera app.Once you’re done shooting your video, the iPhone 3GS stores them within the (now confusingly named) Photos app. Videos appear in the same grid as still images, but with a small strip at the bottom of their thumbnail image with a small movie-camera icon and an indication of how long the clip is.
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Overall 10
10

Apple iPhone 3GS 8GB Review: In Depth

Recombu
1 March 2010
  • Excerpt: As the name implies, this is a souped-up iphone iPhone 3G, rather than a new generation of Apple's handset. It's more powerful, has a better camera and the ability to shoot video, and supports faster HSDPA data speeds. It's now available in a choice of 16GB or 32GB models, but it's the speed boost that's the main selling point. What we like The 3GS is like the iPhone 3G, but faster.
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Overall 10
10

Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB Review: In Depth

Recombu
1 March 2010
  • Excerpt: As the name implies, this is a souped-up iPhone 3G, rather than a new generation of Apple's handset. It's more powerful, has a better camera and the ability to shoot video, and supports faster HSDPA data speeds. It's now available in a choice of 16GB or 32GB models, but it's the speed boost that's the main selling point. What we like The 3GS is like the iPhone 3G, but faster.
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Overall 10
10

Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB Review: In Depth

Recombu
1 March 2010
  • Excerpt: As the name implies, this is a souped-up iPhone 3G, rather than a new generation of Apple's handset. It's more powerful, has a better camera and the ability to shoot video, and supports faster HSDPA data speeds. It's now available in a choice of 16GB or 32GB models, but it's the speed boost that's the main selling point. What we like The 3GS is like the iPhone 3G, but faster.
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

Channel5
23 February 2010
  • Conclusion: So is it worth the upgrade? If you already have an iPhone 3G, we wouldn’t recommend the outlay. However, if you’ve yet to hop onboard the iPhone bandwagon Apple’s tweaks and improvements should be enough to convince you.
  • Pros: It’s that S. It stands for speed, and is what really pushes the new iPhone ahead of the crowd. Opening apps on Apple’s new baby is lightening quick. In a couple of seconds you can zip between functions, search through e-mails, find your location on a map or just listen to music. The iPhone 3G S rarely struggles with whatever task you throw its way, thanks to a hefty bump in its processor speed, and a much needed memory boost. The new functions are smart too: Voice con...
  • Cons: On the software side, the iPhone 3G S fails to delivery anything drastically different to its older (and identically designed) cousin, the iPhone 3G. That's not exactly a bad thing, considering the older software was already starting high up on the curve.
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9.2
Design 8
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iPhone 3GS Review

Bright Hub
4 February 2010
  • Excerpt: The iPhone remains the top of the line in smart phones, but was the iPhone 3GS really a step up?
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Overall 10
10
Design 10
10
Features 10
10
Performance 10
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iPhone 3GS Reviewed

Bright Hub
3 February 2010
  • Excerpt: You’ve seen an iPhone but can you tell the difference between an iPhone 3GS and an iPhone 3G? Probably not - they look identical to each other and it’s hard to differentiate between the two. Once you have used an iPhone 3GS, however, you...
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Overall 9
9.0

Apple iPhone 3GS (AT&T)

PC Magazine
7 January 2010
  • Conclusion: The iPhone 3GS gives new life to the 50,000 available iPhone apps with its much faster performance. This is a terrific handheld computing and Internet device, but understand that voice calls aren't its top priority.
  • Pros: Best handheld computer ever. Faster and more powerful than the iPhone 3G. Excellent video camera mode.
  • Cons: Phone performance is still mediocre. Browser still lacks Flash. Still won't be IT managers' first choice.
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Overall 9
9.0

Apple iPhone 3GS

maximum pc
1 October 2009
  • Excerpt: Once upon a time, I dismissed the iPhone as a wannabe smartphone, lacking the key features that truly warranted that label. Since I wrote that column about two years ago, Apple has gone on a feature-adding rampage—adding push email, support for Exchange servers, third-party applications, and a veritable alphabet soup of new acronyms (GPS, MMS, and 3G, for starters).
  • Pros: Faster everything; improved camera is great; it's got a compass!
  • Cons: Battery life could be better; still can't change some alert tones.
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Overall 9
9.0

iPhone 3GS

MacNN
29 September 2009
  • Excerpt: The Good Much improved performance; very fast. Significantly better camera; simple but capable video capture. Voice control on par or better than with rivals, if overdue. Oil-resistant screen. Navigation improved through the compass. The Bad Still no multitasking in this generation. Battery seems to drain slightly faster in practice. Voice control is inaccurate with music, doesn't support Bluetooth.
  • Pros: Much improved performance; very fast., Significantly better camera; simple but capable video capture., Voice control on par or better than with rivals, if overdue., Oil-resistant screen., Navigation improved through the compass.
  • Cons: Still no multitasking in this generation., Battery seems to drain slightly faster in practice., Voice control is inaccurate with music, doesn't support Bluetooth.
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