iPhone 4S has been officially announced by Apple. The device will features an dual-core A5 processor along with a dual-core GPU that is said to boost the graphics performance by up to 7x. The display stays the same with a retina screen and the device still has that glass backing design from the iPhone 4.
The Apple Store is down at the moment supposedly in preparation for the iPhone 5 or 4s announcement occurring at 10AM PST. Most likely they are getting the site ready to take pre-orders for the new iPhone that is going to be announced later today. We will keep an eye on it and let you know when it comes back!
Here are several tips that will help your decision in purchasing the new iPhone and do it the best and easiest way.
BGR, Sprint has placed an order of over 30 million next-generation iPhone. The move was made to put it on even competition with AT&T and Verizon who both have the highly coveted Apple smartphone. However, the cost of such an order would set Sprint back at around $20 Billion after they subsidize the devices to customers with contracts. That cost could be more than the actual worth of the company as a whole, so this could put the carrier at major jeopardy if plans do pan out for Sprint who has been struggling with subscriber growth for half of the past decade.
On September 19th, Cole Brodman Chief Marketing Officer of T-Mobile informed his employees that T-Mobile would be unable to have the iPhone 5 this year. Brodman went further in expressing his feelings towards the matter with an open letter that was published last week Monday. In this letter, Brodman informed us that T-Mobile now supports 1 million iPhone users on T-Mobile's network, and that they would love to bring the full experience to T-Mobile customers who want an iPhone, but just can't. A lot of you are now left with a but a single question: why won't they bring the iPhone 5 to T-Mobile? Well, it goes a little something like this...