Excerpt: Camera operation has been improved to make image-taking easier; the volume-up button on the side of the body lets you hold and shoot much like you would with a compact, and there's the option of double-tapping the menu button to access the camera straight from the locked screen.
Excerpt: The disappointment that accompanied the announcement of an iPhone 4S last week was largely because it didn’t look much different to an iPhone 4. With all of the pre-launch hype about a completely redesigned ‘iPhone 5’ with a larger screen and perhaps a more robust case, that disappointment is...
Pros: Powerful processor and stunning graphics performance, Faster download speeds, industry leading 8MP camera, Siri personal assistant, new iOS 5 features and iCloud support, Ability to export video to external displays
Cons: Looks very similar to the iPhone 4, No LTE (4G network) support
Excerpt: While the iPhone 4s does not look much different from the iPhone 4, it does boast both hardware and software related improvements. As you may know, the iPhone 4 had some problems with dropping calls due to the placement of its antennas.
Summary: Apple’s latest iPhone is billed as ‘the most amazing iPhone yet’ and it’s difficult to disagree. While retaining the design and fantastic retina display of the award winning iPhone 4 , the 4S brings improved performance, one of the best cameras in the business and new innovations like the virtual...
Pros: Premium design and build, Smooth, simple interface, First class camera
Cons: ‘Siri’ still needs polish, Relatively few customisation options
Excerpt: The iPhone has been a massive success despite its obvious flaws (think no Flash support; mediocre camera; lack of customisation) and Apple manages to get away with releasing phones at a very slow rate compared with other manufacturers, so we’ve been waiting a long time for what we all thought would...
Pros: Incredibly responsive interface and touch-screen, notifications bar for events and weather, excellent camera, still the slickest hardware design on any phone, high-quality apps at an easy to navigate app store
Cons: iCloud data sync costs after a miserly 5GB, most of its best features available as a software update to older iPhones
Apple iPhone 4S im Test: "Siri sag mal süße Sahne"
28 April 2015
Summary: Was haben sich Technik-Fans aus aller Welt nicht über das neue iPhone aufgeregt, das es gewagt hat im Anzug seines Vorgängermodells an den Start zu gehen. Doch ein Blick unter die Haube des 9,3 Millimeter dünnen Gehäuses zeigt, dass Apple den Turbo in Form eines A5-Dual-Core-Prozessors eingebaut...