Apple’s newest iPhone, the iPhone 4S was released just days before Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, passed away after losing a battle with Cancer. These unfortunate circumstances, on top of Apple’s world-wide notoriety, have produced a serious PR frenzy. Everywhere you turn in the month of October, Apple is there. Whether it’s the bookstores carrying Steve Jobs Bios or the commercials displaying the iPhone 4S’s newest features, Apple is arguably the most talked-about brand this month (as if they weren’t every month).
Before its release, blogs and news networks were buzzing about the reveal of the newest iPhone, often falsely named the iPhone 5. After it made its grand entrance, and the dust has settled slightly, we can step back and analyze if the iPhone 4S is worth the fuss (and the price.)
With a dual-core A5 chip, the new (and wildly discussed) Siri, an improved 8-megapixel camera, and the addition of iCloud, the iPhone 4S is completely stacked. Apple’s added features increased the value of owning an iPhone. Most especially, the revolutionary software Siri works as a personal assistant, checking the weather, scheduling appointments, sending text messages, and answering questions for you.
The scheduled release of the newest iPhone served to make Steve Jobs a legend in death. His genius was revered in life as well, as he revolutionized the way we communicate with one another. The release of the iPhone 4S was the perfect celebration of his life, and his legend will live on in the technological advancements of the future –which were built on the shoulders of Jobs’ solid foundation.
Craig Effron is a hard working student from the University of Colorado. He majors in geological research and his emphasis is in fossil replicas. He enjoys hanging out with his friends, and family and working hard to become a successful and well-known entrepreneur.
His friends and family all agree that he is a very supportive, caring person and contributes continuously to their lives. His friends say he is part of the reason they can overcome whatever troubles they encounter.
At school, Craig is a very bright and engaged student. Although he loves fossil replicas and geological research, his aspirations are much greater. He hopes to use his friendly personality to build the connections necessary to become successful in whatever field he chooses. His talents range far beyond simply crafting fossil replicas and he’s sure to use them in a professional setting sometime in the future.
Craig is a very caring person, who works continuously to make himself and his surroundings better. He = inspires those around him because he is so thoughtful, kind, intelligent, and compassionate. He has a funny side as well, and enjoys jokes and sarcasm as much as the next 20 year-old guy. He is well-rounded, and rarely finds someone he can’t get along with.
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The Acer Stream S110 is a smartphone that combines both style and function to deliver a range of entertainment options. Powered by a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor and Android 2.1, this black beauty also features a high-resolution 3.7 inch AMOLED display, HDMI slot for streaming video and a 5 MP camera capable of 720p video capture. Other impressive statistics include 2GB of internal memory, 512 MB internal memory, up to 5 hours of 3G-mode talk time and Bluetooth/WiFi connectivity. From its processing speed to smart touchscreen options, the S110 is a delight to handle and good competition for the smartphones already out in the market.
So it’s official, Apple showed the iPhone 4S to the world and it was a very nice upgrade to the iPhone 4 in terms of features and functionality. However, it wasn’t the expected iPhone 5. Granted, that’s just a name. Perhaps they want to preserve the numbers by adding letter extensions. Could you imagine an iPhone 12? Probably too many digits – it would get played out. Look at the iPod. They made a smart marketing move, naming them rather than numbering them. IPod shuffle, Nano, Touch. The list goes on.
Will this new iPhone sell? Certainly. Apple has so many fans who love upgrades. The future is bright!