iPhone 4S makes its way into Apple's inventory system, 64GB version to make a cameo as well
0. phoneArena 30 Sep 2011, 06:15 posted on
This N94 device, which was rumored to be a future iPhone before, has actually appeared in Apple's inventory system now as the iPhone 4S, feeding the speculation that this should end up being the final retail name of a souped-up iPhone 4 that is bound to occupy the mid-range market...
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1. richardyarrell2011 (banned) (Posts: 510; Member since: 16 Mar 2011)
Barf on anything apple related especially the iPhone 4S. HTC EVO 3D RULES THIS TECHNOLOGY GAME.
12. Allday28 (Posts: 283; Member since: 19 Nov 2010)
Yeah this guy thinkd the EVO 3D is god. He spews about it on all the other sites to. EVO 3D isnt even in my top 10 phones
17. iKingTrust (banned) (Posts: 716; Member since: 27 Jul 2011)
the funny part is his name has 2011 in it. He will be out of date next year.
11. simplyj (Posts: 404; Member since: 23 Dec 2009)
the Evo 3D?
hahahah, please, HTC is the worst of all android phones
14. AppleFanboy (Posts: 142; Member since: 07 Jun 2011)
Yeah the 4G HTC EVO 3D, I can get 4G........when I drive to LA, NY, or Chicago....
2. jmreekes (Posts: 4; Member since: 07 Sep 2011)
This is why I rarely read comments on a story here anymore. There is nothing to be gained from reading them. I wish people would discuss the content of the article instead of bashing apple or android. It will be nice if there is a 64gb version if the iPhone. We'll find out in Tuesday what will be release.
6. iKingTrust (banned) (Posts: 716; Member since: 27 Jul 2011)
so lets revamp the site. We will just comment and reply with users that have something to offer.
7. remixfa (Posts: 14255; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
but then, when would you comment or reply? :)
3. som (Posts: 768; Member since: 10 Nov 2009)
Where is iPhone 5? Apple will surprise people during a launch day with iPhone 4S.
4. roldefol (Posts: 4097; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)
What if all these references to the iPhone 4S confirm Apple fans' concerns... what if the 4S *is* the 5th gen phone? What if all they do is drop in an A5 processor, add in a few features like voice recognition, bump up the camera specs, stretch the screen a tad, offer a 64 GB version and call it a year?
10. roldefol (Posts: 4097; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)
Bigger than the 3G to 3GS upgrade you mean. 3GS to 4 was a big leap. The screen alone was a selling point.
Really though, based on past behavior, what if that's all they do? Upgrade the iP4 hardware to 2011 tech and otherwise leave it alone? The iP4 still sells big (3 of my family members have bought them this year), so why mess with success? They don't need to convert Android users, they just need to keep reeling in featurephone users and current Apple fans. Offer the phones on Sprint and/or T-mo and they'll still grow their market share.
I'm not trying to defend (possible) lack of progress, but Apple doesn't really need to release an all-new phone. That's the market today.
15. taco50 (banned) (Posts: 5506; Member since: 08 Oct 2009)
Well what exactly are the gigantic leaps on android upgrades? Aren't they just a bump in specs?
Also a lot more people are willing to switch from android to iOS then the other way around.
16. roldefol (Posts: 4097; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)
Well, to take a case in point: when the iPhone 4 was being readied, the "hot" phone on Verizon was the Droid Incredible. 1 Ghz, 3.7" HVGA screen, 3G. Around the same time the iPhone arrives, Incredible owners can choose one of two 1.5 Ghz, dual core, 4.3-4.6" 720p, 4G phones. So it's not just "a bump in specs", the screen size, screen quality and network speed are vastly increased. Physical as well as internal changes. Yes, there were many phones in between, but taken as a whole a lot has changed.
As for people switching from Android to iOS, how many of them had the option a year ago? Or did they settle for Android when they really wanted the iPhone all along but didn't want to go to AT&T?
13. jacko (unregistered)
64g only coz nokia done it
18. toaster (Posts: 114; Member since: 13 Sep 2011)
Apple ridiculously overprices their higher-memory versions of iPods and iPhones. It's interesting to see how expensive this 64GB "mid-tier" device will be. My money's on $259+ with contract.