iPhone 4s, iOS5 and iCloud

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At first glance, it's not really easy to spot the difference between the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4:only a careful eye will be able to notice the slight difference in the design of the external antenna,while it takes an even more scrutinous eye to notice (on closer examination of both models) the difference in the optical lens of the cameras.But the main upgrade of iPhone 4S (compared to iPhone 4) is more obvious,in the actual usage:the processor Apple A5 (the same processor mounted on iPad 2) allows a quicker response or reaction.Furthermore,concerning loading heavy applications (as there can be some games,or softwares that need database or even the new version of Garageband,which, with the recent update,has become 'universal'), iPhone 4S can make the application immediately available,in contrast to the multiple- second loading time of its previous version; and if the application makes intensive graphic use, the sense of an even quicker response or loading gets more evident.So, whoever uses several heavy applications can surely benefit in having an iPhone with a memory of 64GB,even if the price of this model (€899) is certainly not that affordable. Going back to the structure of the antenna,iPhone 4S is able to manage the different areas of the frame depending on how it is pointed or positioned.This should put an end to the argument that came up last year upon the release of iPhone 4,when the problem existed regarding the 'signal loss on certain cellular positioning'. The problem, (which was more acute in certain models and less acute in other models) is similar with those of the other mobile phones and some people have never experienced this so-called technical problem and hopefully,this issue will utterly disappear with the use of iPhone 4S. Still in reference to connectivity, the technical specifications of iPhone 4S highlights that the new Apple phone practically works in every corner of the world in as much as (contrary to the previous model) it unites in a single device all the possible variables: UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz), GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz), and CDMA EV-DO Rev.A (800, 1900 MHz), in addition to the standard WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (802.11n only in 2.4 GHz) and Bluetooth 4.0. In view of all these options, it is not anymore possible to choose to independently disactivate the 3G connectivity in the iPhone 4S setting. Whereas in the previous model,whoever uses the data connection just to load the email,usually would prefer to avoid 3G to save battery power, but there is only one generic switch to activate or disactivate the cellular data.
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  1. iPhone 4S is really a must have smartphone but as of now I still prefer my desktop computer and a simple nokia phone. Nice post.