Apple reveals iPhone 4S, new iPods (photos)

Apple reveals iPhone 4S, new iPods (photos)

Summary: Apple showed off a significant upgrade to its iPhone by adding a faster processor, a new camera, and a cheaper price tag.

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  • iOS5 will now have a Notification Center, iMessage and over 200 more new features.

  • Once a weak spot of iPhones, the new camera will contain new optics, produces 8-megapixel photos, and offers 1080p HD video recording.

  • iPhone 4S will connect with iCloud which will store your content and push it to your other devices wirelessly.

Topics: Apple, Hardware, iPhone, Mobility, Processors, Smartphones

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  • RE: Apple reveals iPhone 4S (photos)

    I think this is a big letdown for those waiting for the iPhone 5. Apple really messed up with this one, I won???t upgrade to this refurbished iPhone 4. So it???s faster, fast is relative to the network. These days it???s all about the aesthetics, and while I like the look and feel of the 4 models, I don???t think it???s worth the price just to have the faster model or the newest model, just my opinion.
    RL Law Man
  • RE: Apple reveals iPhone 4S (photos)

    And BTW it's not such a great design. The metallic frame is horrible and it's not comfortable when you hold it...
    MobileSpoon
  • significant upgrade?

    ermm.. how is this a significant upgrade. And it looks exactly the same as the iPhone4, so where did the 'better looking' comment come from?
    pixx1
  • "Better Looking"

    It looks exactly the same, clearly ZDNet should change their name to iZDNet. Nice Dual core processor Apple, I wonder who makes it? <img border="0" src="http://www.cnet.com/i/mb/emoticons/silly.gif" alt="silly">
    Lazyboneslewis
  • RE: Apple reveals iPhone 4S (photos)

    For you folks that are saying it's not a significant upgrade need to watch the keynote and then come back and try to say the same thing. I thought it wasn't anything until I watched the keynote. now I want want.
    Keonidas
    • RE: Apple reveals iPhone 4S (photos)

      @Keonidas - I did watch the keynote, and still can't see anything remotely brilliant about this phone. I'm curious to know what you like about the iP4S over the iP4?
      Lazyboneslewis
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