iPhone 4S – Black and White Pre-Review
Just like I did with the iPad 2, here is my black and white review of the iPhone 4S.
Note: It’s a pre-review since I don’t have one yet (nor does anyone else, except maybe this guy).
Btw, if you don’t like Apple (or secretly do, but like complaining about features it doesn’t have – go here)
UPDATE 20/10/11: I ended up buying one. My iPhone 4s review is here.
|Killer Feature||Battery life (read that several times – got it yet?)|
|Anything else?||Yes, iOS 5 (but you can get that on the 4, or 3GS)|
|What else is new/improved||Camera, faster processor, i
|What’s everyone talking about||Siri - it’s where you can speak commands to your phone|
|What’s everyone bitching about?||It’s not called and iPhone 5, and its shape is the same|
|Should I get one?||If you want to. Your call. If you say “There are no new features” then you missed the killer feature of battery life.|
|Will I get one?||For now I will say maybe. And like the iPad 2, the more I look at it, the more it will probably be a yes
There is a TINY WINY problem in that it won’t be avail in NZ for ages – so I guess I will have to order online and get it delivered to a mate overseas like I did with my iPad. Or maybe a(nother) wee trip overseas?
Anyone with a smart phone (and who actually uses it as one) knows the frustration of battery life. While it’s fine when you use it for calls and text, once internet use comes in to the picture, a FULL days work is hard to get on a phone. Apple nailed that with battery life on the iPad, and now, have MAJORLY improved it on the iPhone. To me that’s the true revolution of the iPhone 4S.
Black and White Version: iPhone 4S’s killer feature if battery life. iOS rocks, and Siri is a “oh .. nice”.
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