Apple Unveils IPhone 4S With Dual-core CPU And 8MP CameraBy cheatmaster 02:57 Mon, 12 Jul 2021 Comments
Apple just unveiled the newest member of its iPhone lineup of smartphones. Dubbed the iPhone 4S, the latest offering by the Cupertino-based company is more of an incremental upgrade than a complete overhaul of the iPhone 4. Design and dimensions stay the same, but there's a notable increase in processing power.
The Apple iPhone 4S comes with the A5 chipset, which is the SoC that powered the iPad 2. It comes with a dual-core Cortex-A9 Central Processing Units (CPU) and PowerVR SGX543MP2 GPU, which as we know is a pretty powerful combo.
The recent iPhone 4S comes with the A5 chipset
The Apple iPhone 4S also improves on the network data speeds of its predecessor. It's not the LTE everyone was hoping for, but 14.4 Mbps is still pretty fine for most market. More importantly, however, the iPhone 4S is a accurate world phone, supporting both Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) and CDirect Memory Access (DMA) networks.
The 4S features both Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) and CDirect Memory Access (DMA) connectivity
The other major upgrade that the Apple iPhone 4S brings is in the capturing camera department. The 5 megapixel shooter of its predecessor has been replaced by an 8 megapixel unit and the video recording has been upgraded from 720p to 1080p.
8MP capturing camera with 1080p video capture
Much like its predecessor, the iPhone 4S will come in black and white color versions (only this time the white one will be available from day one). However there will be three storage options this time - a larger 64GB edition will join the 16GB and 32GB ones.
The iPhone 4S pre-orders will start on October 7, while actual sales start on October 14. Pricing on a two-year contract is $199,$299 and $399 for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions, respectively.
iPhone 4S pricing and launch date
In the US the Apple iPhone 4S will be available with AT&T, Verizon and Sprint (for the first time). Canada, Australia, UK, France, Germany, and Japan will be the other countries in the first wave to acquire the recent iPhone, while 63 other countries will join before the discontinue of the year.
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