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iPhone 4s is a good upgrade for the people who are on 3G and 3Gs

October 5th, 2011 No comments

I think it’s disappointing to all the people who have been expecting for iPhone 5 with a total new look with a better hand on grip. Of course, Apple could resolve some of this by managing expectations with an attempt to provide some information about what is forthcoming with a hardware announcement.

Personally i don’t feel like moving from an iPhone 4 if I am carrying one, but still I’m sticking with my iPhone 3G which is perfect till the release of iPhone 4s. and i really would be feeling a huge difference if I’m upgrading my current 3G to a 4s.

This really is going to be a great upgrade, The camera is awesome, 1080p video too. The 64GB option, dual core A5, Siri. Plus the iOS 5 upgrade coming for the later version iOS devices. There is a great feature coming next week if you live in the “Apple Family.” That is Air Play, which makes it possible to send the content of your iOS device display to your big screen TV wirelessly if you have a $99 Apple TV 2. As a photo and video guy I have a ton of use for that.

Apple have rolled out an upgraded phone experience today, not just a phone. Those of us who follow tech day by day are underwhelmed because we new about all of the experience, except the hardware, and as geeks we seem to want bleeding edge hardware, or at least, very leading edge.

And I’m just counting days to get iCloud service which mean I require an iPhone 3GS or later hardware to run IOS 5 to get the iCloud fully functional. so bottom of the line is now this is the time for an upgrade and switch from the the old 3G to an 4s.

 

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iCloud Available October 12

October 5th, 2011 No comments

Apple today announced that iCloud — a breakthrough set of free cloud services that includes iTunes in the Cloud, Photo Stream, and Documents in the Cloud — will be available on October 12. iCloud stores your music, photos, apps, contacts, calendars, documents, and more, keeping them up to date across all your devices, including iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. When content changes on one device, all your other devices are updated automatically and wirelessly.

When you sign up for iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of free storage. And that’s plenty of room, because of the way iCloud stores your content. Your purchased music, apps, books, and TV shows, as well as your Photo Stream, don’t count against your free storage. Since your mail, documents, Camera Roll, account information, settings, and other app data don’t use as much space, you’ll find that 5GB goes a long way. And if you need more storage, you can easily purchase a storage upgrade right from your device.

 

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