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iPhone 3G S Reviews

10th June 2009

Aiseesoft News - The new model of iPhone, the iPhone 3G S is Apple's biggest unveiling at its annual conference for software developers after co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs absent until his medical leave.

The following gives the full iPhone 3 S reviews on it's price, storage, functions and features.

A 16-gigabyte version of the iPhone 3G S will cost $199 and a 32-gigabyte version will be $299. The 8-gigabyte iPhone 3G, which came out last year, now costs $99, instead of $199. When the iPhone debuted two years ago, eager Apple fans had to shell out $499 for a 4-gigabyte version and $599 for 8 gigs.

The iPhone 3G S shows improved battery life across the board, with the exception of stand-by time and 3G Internet usage. The device, which doesn't state if it is a new battery configuration or reduced energy usage in applications, but the device improves usage by a few hours in audio, video playback, wi-fi and talk-time.

The highlights of the iPhone 3G S include a 3 mega-pixel camera, with auto focus, auto white balance and auto exposure - allowing you to change white balance and focus on the fly by a tap of the screen. The camera also doubles as a VGA video recorder at 30fps with audio. The video recorder also allows trimming of videos recorded on the iPhone or iPod touch, with simple taps of the screen.

The iPhone 3G S also has voice control or better known as voice recognition, that allows you to say the name of the person you want to call, great for hands free calling. Consumers can simply say "Call Tom Warren", calling the contact stored in the phones memory. These features and more come under the iPhone's new accessibility feature, such as VoiceOver that is touch-to-talk, where the device reads what you touch on screen. The new iPhone also recognizes simple commands like "What's playing?", reading back to you the current artist and song.

The new device also has a built in compass for navigation purposes, paired nicely with the new TomTom addition, consumers navigation purposes are all built into the new iPhone 3G S. Nike+ support comes built into the iPhone, for consumers with the required shoes or devices can track their workout progress from the device and on iTunes.