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30 Oct 2011
The shift in power in the smart phone market seems to be shifting, with Samsung taking the lead over Apple's iPhone.   Samsung overtook Apple to........
07 Oct 2011
After battling pancreatic cancer since 2004, legendary Apple ( AAPL ) cofounder Steve Jobs died on Wednesday . Jobs was 56 years old and his untimely........
07 Oct 2011
The new Apple iPhone was officially unveiled on October 4 at a launch event in California, and disappointment started with the name itself. This was not........
07 Oct 2011
American Airlines is contributing to a growth and development program that also offers rewards for flyers, according to a press release .  The Fort........

Latest Apple iPhone Gets Mixed Reaction

The new Apple iPhone was officially unveiled on October 4 at a launch event in California, and disappointment started with the name itself. This was not the long-rumored iPhone 5, loaded with tech-forward features and a game-changing design, but rather the iPhone 4S--a sober, iterative, and practical step up from the iPhone 4. The new phone looks exactly like the previous version, so there have been no sweeping design changes to argue about. Because Apple has long been subject to the tyranny of high expectations, a modicum of dissatisfaction was not entirely surprising.

There are several new features, chiefly in the performance category. A new dual-core A5 chipset promises vastly improved speed, power, and graphics performance--without compromising battery life. Gamers and multitaskers would seem to benefit the most here.

The Apple mobile operating system has also gotten a refresh. iOS 5 improves the notification and reminder system, integrates a new Newsstand and GameCenter, and offers an Apple-to-Apple messaging system that may help to kill carrier-based text fees. Users can now activate and update their phone (and access Apple's iCloud service) without physically connecting to a computer. A new feature, called Siri, offers a voice-activated, task-oriented Q&A with your iPhone. Some analysts believe that Siri is Apple's first step into artifical intelligence on the mobile device.

 

Other reactions from analysts and investors have been flooding the web. Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo offered mixed praise for the new device itself, but singled out the new operating system as a significant improvement. Both firms still consider AAPL overwieght at its current price, and suggest valuations around $470. Deutsche Bank and and JMP were a bit more critical, and ThinkEquity actually cut its price target on AAPL by $25.

All seem to agree that consumer demand will likely be strong when sales open up on October 14. But there are several key features (some still expected; others unlikely) missing from this version of the device. First of all, the device will not handle LTE 4G, which some expected in this version. There is no integrated "mobile wallet" functionality, which essentially allow you to pay for purchases with your phone. And though Twitter is more directly integrated with the new iOS, Facebook is not.

The iPhone 4S will cost $199 (16GB), $299 (32GB), or $399 (64GB) as part of a two-year contract agreement. The current iPhone 4 will drop to $99, and the 3GS will be offered for free with new phone plans.

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Recent News

30 Oct 2011
The shift in power in the smart phone market seems to be shifting, with Samsung taking the lead over Apple's iPhone.   Samsung overtook Apple to........
07 Oct 2011
After battling pancreatic cancer since 2004, legendary Apple ( AAPL ) cofounder Steve Jobs died on Wednesday . Jobs was 56 years old and his untimely........
07 Oct 2011
The new Apple iPhone was officially unveiled on October 4 at a launch event in California, and disappointment started with the name itself. This was not........
07 Oct 2011
American Airlines is contributing to a growth and development program that also offers rewards for flyers, according to a press release .  The Fort........

Latest Apple iPhone Gets Mixed Reaction

The new Apple iPhone was officially unveiled on October 4 at a launch event in California, and disappointment started with the name itself. This was not the long-rumored iPhone 5, loaded with tech-forward features and a game-changing design, but rather the iPhone 4S--a sober, iterative, and practical step up from the iPhone 4. The new phone looks exactly like the previous version, so there have been no sweeping design changes to argue about. Because Apple has long been subject to the tyranny of high expectations, a modicum of dissatisfaction was not entirely surprising.

There are several new features, chiefly in the performance category. A new dual-core A5 chipset promises vastly improved speed, power, and graphics performance--without compromising battery life. Gamers and multitaskers would seem to benefit the most here.

The Apple mobile operating system has also gotten a refresh. iOS 5 improves the notification and reminder system, integrates a new Newsstand and GameCenter, and offers an Apple-to-Apple messaging system that may help to kill carrier-based text fees. Users can now activate and update their phone (and access Apple's iCloud service) without physically connecting to a computer. A new feature, called Siri, offers a voice-activated, task-oriented Q&A with your iPhone. Some analysts believe that Siri is Apple's first step into artifical intelligence on the mobile device.

 

Other reactions from analysts and investors have been flooding the web. Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo offered mixed praise for the new device itself, but singled out the new operating system as a significant improvement. Both firms still consider AAPL overwieght at its current price, and suggest valuations around $470. Deutsche Bank and and JMP were a bit more critical, and ThinkEquity actually cut its price target on AAPL by $25.

All seem to agree that consumer demand will likely be strong when sales open up on October 14. But there are several key features (some still expected; others unlikely) missing from this version of the device. First of all, the device will not handle LTE 4G, which some expected in this version. There is no integrated "mobile wallet" functionality, which essentially allow you to pay for purchases with your phone. And though Twitter is more directly integrated with the new iOS, Facebook is not.

The iPhone 4S will cost $199 (16GB), $299 (32GB), or $399 (64GB) as part of a two-year contract agreement. The current iPhone 4 will drop to $99, and the 3GS will be offered for free with new phone plans.

Copyright © 2011 Crucial Solutions & Services (CSS), ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Copyright in the whole and every part of this website belongs to Crucial Solutions & Services (CSS) and may not be used, sold, licensed, transferred, copied or reproduced in whole or in part in any manner or form or in or on any media to any person other than in accordance with the terms of the Owner's agreement, without the prior written consent of the Owner Crucial Solutions & Services (CSS).