No iPhone 5: Apple Released iPhone 4S with Dual-Core Processor and Voice Recognition
“Lets talk iPhone” event, which was supposed to be an iPhone 5 event turned out to be 4S event and left many Apple fanboys surprised. Although some of you might be disappointed that there’s no new design but its not so depressing after all because it has something to put on the table.
Features of iPhone 4S
In Cupertino California, the release of iPhone 4S was just announced with more powerful Dual-Core A5 processor. It’ll have A5 chip which is also present in iPad 2 and it’ll be 7x faster than its predecessor. Gaming experience would be a lot better. Infinity Blade 2 was also demoed on new iPhone to show the power of A5 chip.
It will be GSM+CDMA phone and you can get up to 14.4Mbps (7.2 Mbps on iPhone 4) download speed.
The improved battery life now offers eight hours of 3G talk time and fourteen hours of 2G talk time. You can get six hours of browsing, nine hours of WiFi and ten hours of video from new battery.
The phone has improved 8MP pixel camera as compared to 5MP iPhone 4 camera with IR filter for better images. The camera would be 33% faster than its predecessor. It also offers HD 1080 video recording with video image stabilization and temporal noise reduction.
Air Play mirroring through wire or wirelessly is also now possible.
The most exciting feature of iPhone 4S is infact “Siri” which is an Intelligent voice Assistant which responds to your instructions intelligently. You can ask it for directions, locations, weather, setting alarm, reminders, meetings, emails, stocks, appointments and many more things. You can ask it to read text messages, dictate messages to it and send them. It understands English, German and French languages.
Pricing and Availability
iPhone 4S will be available in Black and White Colors. 16GB: $199, 32GB for $299, 64GB for $399. Preorders will start from start from October 7 on three biggest Carriers: Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. Shipping will start from October 14. It’ll hit US, Canada, Australia, the UK, France, Germany, and Japan.