What can dual-core do for you: a course refresher what the A5 chip will bring to the Apple iPhone 4S

We look into the current state of multicore affairs, trying to help you determine if dual-core is right for you. One can naturally live just as well with a single-core gadget, but there are certain advantages that might prove irresistible for you...
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32. rayjones09

Posts: 149; Member since: Dec 16, 2010

I'll be content with my single core phone. Web browsing is cool but I'm pretty much never in the situation where I NEED to have super fast web browsing while mobile. It's cool to have but unnecessary. The wifi speeds I get on my iPod touch are good enough and this thing isn't even 600 MHz. I'm good.

33. america123jeff

Posts: 36; Member since: Apr 14, 2011

I can't believe it. Apple fanboys and Android fanboys are BOTH wrong and they are both RIGHT! Android copied Apple...at first. Then Android evolved and changed and became better for tech savey phone users. Apple basically remainded the same while still upgrading the hardware and becoming better for less tech savey people. Both types of phones are great and no one is copying the other (maybe a little). But they are both two toatally different types of phones. Each one good for its own market!

36. taco50

Posts: 5506; Member since: Oct 08, 2009

Wait so is Siri assistant only available on the 4S and not the 4?

38. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

yes, you have to get the 4s to get siri. dont worry, you still get the snail mail postcard feature.. lolol
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