Conclusion: The fresh features are incredible and indisputably perk up usability and augment your experience. iPhone 4s yet again proves the credibility of Apple as a brand and has a lot to offer under a decent price.
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: 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: 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.
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: 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...
Excerpt: It's been 16 months since the iPhone 4 was launched. That's plenty of time for rivals to catch up and - in the case of certain models such as the Samsung Galaxy S2 - overtake Apple's flagship smartphone in certain areas.