Is the iPhone 4S worth the money or should you go with an Android smartphone?
5 November 2011
Conclusion: Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the current mainstream OS, is also much sleeker and nice than the simplistic iOS, not to mention that it can be customized to your will if you want to. I would say that the iPhone 4S is not worth getting and you’re much better off going with a high end Android cost for the...
Galaxy Nexus vs iPhone 4S – Apple’s and Google’s Android flagship phones compared
4 November 2011
Conclusion: Even though, let’s say, you won’t use all the hardware power that either phone offers, Android 4.0 is definitely worth considering – its customization abilities and the sleek interface is really great – moving from the simple iOS to it must feel like graduating and going to college :-).
Excerpt: It's been 15 months since Apple released the iPhone 4. This has left many iPhone, and would-be iPhone customers, anxious for what the company planned to bring next. As we learned recently, the iPhone 4S it is : same body, same screen, same construction, same look as the iPhone 4.
Summary: Being the fifth generation of iPhone from Apple, expectations were rather high on the Cupertino-based company to introduce something "magical". As many of you would know by now, the Apple iPhone 4S wasn't the phone that many wanted to see.
Excerpt: Since 2007, Apple has annually released a new iPhone at its WWDC event. Every year brings something better about the smartphone, like the addition of 3G connectivity or a beautiful Retina Display. But this year, Apple thought a little differently about its iPhone release cycle.
Conclusion: When speaking strictly about quality from the photos and videos I’ve taken the past few days, the iPhones 4S has the better camera. The iPhone’s videos are much smoother thanks to it’s stabilized lens, and the photos (on average) come out to be a bit more clearer/sharper.
Excerpt: The iPhone 4S is part of an interesting tale. It was the device thought to come in addition to a new iPhone 5. The 4S was supposed to incrementally increase the specs found on the iPhone 4 and offer a lower price point, while the iPhone 5 would provide a huge jump in design and power.
Conclusion: The iPhone 4S may not be the new revolutionary smartphone that everyone was expecting from Apple, but it’s still a very nice upgrade from the first iPhone 4. It’s finally able to compete with the top echelon of devices running Android, and with the new unique features, it makes for a great purchase...
Excerpt: Good fortune shined upon me recently and as such I’m able to write this review of Apple’s new smart phone, the iPhone 4S. I’m currently testing a 64GB iPhone 4S. This is an open line unit from the land down under, Australia. A friend of mine happened to be there and brought home several units.
Excerpt: Today I woke up at 6 am. Siri woke me up actually because I was playing around yesterday and said ‘wake me up at 6 am everyday’. First thing I did tonight was disable all my morning alarms! I also decided to try out the Etisalat Easyblaze network on my iPhone 4S today.