The upcoming iPhone 4S is set to be unveiled today at Apple’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” media event, and will include some new features in order to compete with harsh competition from Android.
According to Next Web, and “sources familiar with the situation,” the iPhone 4S will sport “more definitive GPS features.”
Along with a more efficient GPS system, the iPhone 4S will also have an 8 megapixel camera, a faster dual-core A5 processor with 1GB of RAM, and iOS 5 which will include features like iMessage and the Assistant.
“Our sources tell us the iPhone 4S “is much more powerful than an iPhone 4” and “feels like the high-end device”, all but confirming that the device will feature Apple’s new A5 processor and include 1GB RAM,” wrote Next Web.
The back camera which will be produced by Sony, according to 9to5Mac, has a resolution of 3264x2448 pixel resolution which matches the famous Sushi lunch picture that leaked onto the internet over the summer.
The iPhone 4S’s design will not differ at all from the current model of Apple’s smartphone.
The iPhone 4 is the best selling smartphone in the United States.
With the recent release of the Samsung Galaxy S2, the playing field for smartphones has evened out since the Android powered device outdoes the iPhone 4 in many ways.
The new iPhone is expected to go toe-toe with the “iPhone killer” and over power its predecessor with some of the new features.
iOS 5’s Assistant feature alone, is enough to solidifies Apple’s place of dominance in the handset market.
The upgraded voice navigation feature makes performing tasks as simple as speaking into the smartphone.
The iPhone 4S is also expected to be released in three different memory capacities including a 16GB, 32GB and 64GB version.