This actually does come as a surprise since iPhone 5 was largely reported, even by Apple, to have the same 8-megapixel camera on its rear as the 4S sports. There were some improvements noted, like a dynamic f-stop feature for better low-light performance and a sapphire lens cover added for increased durability, but that was where Apple's improvement list ended. Test results are in, and they are quite impressive for the one area of iPhone 5 that was not boasted about to be a major change.
Although we'll soon have a guide on how to maximize profits by selling your iPhone 4S through eBay, today we're going to take a look at the optimal way to receive the most amount of cash for your used iPhone 4S by trading in your device.
To call the Q Card Case from CM4 ($39.99) a simple protective cover for your iPhone would be a severe understatement. Rather, it's combined the functions of a wallet with reliable safeguarding for your iPhone 4 or 4S following a recent thread with such wallet + case combos. CM4 have produced a slim, minimal product by mixing the two making the case a sure recommendation.
Apple have sold millions of units of their most recent iteration to the ever expanding lineup of iPhones. Along with the 4S came a new feature dubbed Siri. The virtual assistant received some praise and some disappointment - regardless, it's popular, and if Steve Jobs had sparked a bit more creativity, the name would have never been adopted by Apple.
Life is a inextricable jumble of accidents, failures, drops and whatnot that always have the potential to hinder your iPhone to some extent. While people prefer thin cases over bulkier ones, most in the recent past have been the latter by adding additional weight to your device but also protecting. LifeProof's iPhone 4/4S ($79.99) iteration of their popular line of cases aims to provide protection against many of the usual culprits that inflict damage while simultaneously providing that assurance in a sleek, form-fitted fashion.
Jony Ive and his talented team of designers over at Apple have evidently spent a countless amount of time perfecting the signature beauty that every Apple device possesses. While you want to protect your iOS device from any potential harm-causing culprits, you probably simultaneously want to admire your device's svelte qualities in its natural form, which is what bumpers aim to do. Available online via the Spigen store is their Neo Hybrid Vivid Series ($31.99) line of quality bumpers seeking attention and promising a minimal, though attractive nonetheless, amount of protection for your iPhone 4 and 4S.
One of Apple's best aspects that they've poured their full love into is the signature iOS device screen. Other than the svelte qualities of the iPhone, with its sleek aesthetic, the capacitive touchscreen is one major forte that iOS can boast over many other competitive phones. Regardless, some people just miss external, physical buttons, and they love Apple at the same time - so for those unique people, clever designers have manufactured the Sliding Bluetooth Keyboard and Stand Case for the iPhone 4 and 4S.
Kickstarter has hosted some pretty awesome endeavors, a few of which have grown to become extremely profitable. Today, cellphone accessory manufacturer/reseller, Cellpig has posted a new project that has the potential to materialize into yet another rugged case to compete with all of the likes. Dubbed Cellhelmet, the case not only comes with hardy protection, but it's also accompanied by an all-inclusive warranty that guarantees a replacement phone if your iPhone 4 or 4S breaks while encased in the case itself.
The elegance of the iPhone 4S and its predecessor is, undeniably, irresistible. Jony Ive and his team have done an incredible job in keeping the handset looking slender and unique among others. The svelte qualities of the device are incomparable to others smartphones of the same breed, so you surely
Reported by Daiwa Securities, a local Chinese publication, officially the Commercial Times, has word on the release of the iPhone 5. Daiwa claims that Apple will introduce their anticipated iPhone 5 this Summer at WWDC, contrary to past belief that Apple would start to unveil new iPhone iterations during Fall, as they did this past year with the iPhone 4S.