By Richard Comerford, Electronic Products
Apple just launched the iPhone 4S at its headquarters in Cupertino, CA. The new phone uses the A5 chip that’s also in the iPad; has a new operating system, iOS 5, and an AI/voice recognition system named Siri; provides an 8-Mpixel camera and 1080p video capability; and is accompanied by iCloud, a set of free cloud services for iTunes, photos, and documents that also works seamlessly with iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. As word of the announcement got out, Apple’s stock started to drop.
So here’s the question: Is iPhone 4S good enough for now, or does Apple really need to get the iPhone 5 out?