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Posts Tagged ‘iPhone 4s’

How To Get A White iPhone 4S For Free… Kind Of…

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iHospital White iPhone 4sIf you own a white iPhone 4 that has been giving you some difficulties and you’ve been thinking about trading in your older Apple iPhone model for the newer iPhone 4S model you might not have to spend the extra money that usually goes with such a purchase.

How? There have been reports coming out, specifically from 9to5Mac, about how some Apple Store Genius Bars are accepting the white iPhone 4 in exchange for the iPhone 4S, and you don’t have to pay for an upgrade fee or anything like that.

All you have to do is make sure that your iPhone 4 is under warranty and head on down to your nearest Apple Store Genius Bar to see if they are one of the of Genius Bars partaking in the iPhone exchange program.

Your damaged iPhone 4 will be exchanged for a refurbished iPhone 4S but even if it’s a refurbished model that you get in return you’re still going to wind up with an iPhone that has a better camera, the A5 chip and, whether you like it or not, Siri.

It’s kind of a no-brainer to upgrade to a better all around iPhone when given the opportunity and it’s an even easier slam dunk decision to make when the upgrade won’t cost you a single penny more.

The reason why Apple is putting on such an exchange program is that some of their Apple Stores are low in white iPhone 4 supply and they need to re-stock their shelves any way they can and this is one option that will please many white iPhone 4 owners who want to own the shiner iPhone 4S.

Of course not all Apple Stores need more stock of the white iPhone 4 so don’t go into your local Apple Store expecting to be handed a brand new iPhone 4S, or even worse, purposely damage your white iPhone 4 thinking you’re automatically guaranteed an iPhone 4S for it.

If you have a warrantied white iPhone 4 that is defective in some capacity then make your way to your local Apple Store to see if you can get in on this upgrade program and if you do end up with an iPhone 4S you should then head on down to a nearby iHospital location to thank us for this tip and get a new screen protector placed on your new iPhone 4S by one of our trusted D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices.

Meet iHospital D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices Andrew G. Deeson

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Every Friday we introduce you to one of iHospital’s D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices. In case you don’t know, these are the expert technicians who exclusively upgrade and repair Apple devices including iPads, iPods, iPhones and Mac computers. Last week you met the interesting Matthew Reed, this week it’s Andrew G. Deeson.  He rates himself a 11 on the weirdness scale, and loves helping people out with their Apple devices! Without further ado, meet Andrew:

What is your name?

Andrew G. Deeson

Which store location(s) do you work at?

BookBook for iPhone

Written by iHospital. Posted in Accessories

Book Book Case AccessoryiPhone Accessory: BookBook for iPhone – $59.99 US – Score: 4 IV’s

What is the BookBook and what do you like about it?

The BookBook for my iPhone 4 is awesome!  This case serves as a wallet, and a protective iphone case. On the left side you have multiple slots for credit cards, a window slot for your ID, and a pocket underneath for miscellaneous items. On the right side you have a housing area for your iPhone to be secured. A leather strap over the top prevents your iPhone from sliding free. The BookBook is made with a high quality leather with some nice gold-embossed features that looks like a small vintage book. This case is sure to get the attention and envy of anybody that see you with it.

The most valuable benefit of carrying the BookBook is the comfort of less things in my pockets.

Why is the BookBook great for forgetful people like me?

Purchasing BookBook combines your wallet and iPhone into one neat package.  Now you can use Apple’s Find my iPhone application to find your wallet wherever you might have left it!  It’s like you have your own Apple-designed GPS for your wallet!

What didn’t you like?

The only thing I don’t like about the BookBook is that it doesn’t have a hole for the Camera and Flash.  I should also note the BookBook is only compatible with iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.

Where can I purchase the BookBook for my iPhone?

You can purchase the BookBook from the twelve south website here.

Every Tuesday and Thursday one of our expert D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices review and rate Apple applications, accessories and more. Items are rated from 1 to 5 IV’s (5 being the highest possible score). If the item is a total waste of time and money we’ll give it the dreaded bedpan score of zero.

Review by D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices Sam SchlamiHospital in Atlanta, Georgia

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Five Ways to Boost iPhone 4S’s Siri

Written by iHospital. Posted in Apple News

The new iPhone 4S personal assistant Siri has been impressing users all over the world but did you know there’s five ways you can improve your Siri experience? Read on Appleheads and let us know what you think:

Siri and I just met a few days ago. I think we’re getting along pretty well so far (although she seems to get a bit testy and sarcastic when I ask her to “open the pod bay doors.”). As great as Siri seems, though, Apple is calling this a beta and I can see why.

1. Alternative Voices

I have nothing against Siri’s voice per se, but it would be cool to be able to use alternate voices and give my iPhone 4S a more unique “personality” than every other iPhone 4S in the world. When I moved from Michigan to Texas I had a TomTom GPS unit with multiple voices. It made the trip much more entertaining to be able to choose whether to get my navigating instructions from an Australian dude or a French female—including slang and colloquialisms of the culture in question.

I don’t necessarily think Apple needs to have voices like Darth Vader, or Ozzy Osbourne (how would you even understand what it’s saying?) like TomTom does, but just having some alternate voice options would be nice. It would be cool to have other famous AI voices, though—like HAL and GlaDOS.

2. Multilingual

Siri has some multi-linguistic skills, but not enough. The United States version of iOS 5 running on my iPhone 4S lets me choose between English (Australia), English (United Kingdom), English (United States), French, and German. I’m not sure what the stats are for how many German-speaking or French-speaking citizens we have here in the United States, but I can guarantee you that it’s lower than other populations such as Spanish-speaking.

I assume including languages takes up space and Apple can’t include them all, but there are millions of people in the United States who speak languages other than French, German, or three variations of English, and it would be very helpful for those people to be able to at least choose and download their native tongue from Apple and install it on their iOS device to make Siri more useful.

3. iPad 2 Support

Tell me again why my iPad 2 didn’t get Siri? As I understand it, the iPhone 4 didn’t get Siri because it lacks the dual core processing horsepower of the iPhone 4S. Fair enough, but that argument doesn’t hold water against my dual core processing iPad 2.

I’d like to be able to ask questions, set reminders, check the weather, etc. using Siri on my iPad 2. In fact, I am pretty sure I would use Siri more on the iPad 2 than I do on the iPhone 4S. Hopefully iPad 2 support will be coming in an update…soon.

4. Deeper Integration

I am still learning what Siri is capable of, but she is not shy about letting me know what she is not capable of. So far I have learned that Siri can’t open apps, and it can’t take pictures. Siri will let me dictate a text message, but not a Twitter tweet or a Facebook status update.

This isn’t all Apple’s responsibility, though. Apple just needs to have the APIs that allow third-party developers to tap into and integrate with Siri. For example, Remember the Milk has already figured out how to link in to the power of Siri so when I tell Siri to set a reminder it saves it to Remember the Milk.

5. Default security

Apple has included an option with Siri that lets you access the power and capabilities of the personal assistant without unlocking the phone. A blog post from Sophos describes an issue with the default functionality of Siri while the iPhone 4S is locked. The problem is that if I can pick up the phone and send a text message, or access my schedule to get my reminders, so can anyone else who picks up my phone.

The bigger problem is that Apple leaves this on by default. I can understand making the choice available, but this should be turned off by default. The very point of having establishing a passcode lock is to prevent unauthorized access to my iPhone and the information it contains. Allowing Siri to circumvent the passcode and share that information violates the concept.

You can turn this off in Settings, but it is oddly not part of the Siri settings. Tap General, then Passcode Lock. Under the Passcode Lock settings, you can turn off the ability to access Siri’s functionality from a locked iPhone.

There you have it. Five things I wish Apple would add, change, update, or improve for Siri 2.0. Actually, since this is still a beta, I guess the next major iteration would technically be Siri 1.0.

It looks as though Siri isn’t able to take over the world yet but she’s definitely giving us a run for our money.  Is there anything else you’d update about Siri?  Perhaps fold the laundry ore prepare dinner? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Macworld – Five Ways to Improve Siri

What Tim Cook Has to Say About the iPhone 4S

Written by iHospital. Posted in Apple News

Interested in hearing what Tim Cook has to say about the iPhone 4S? Although he’s a tad bit busy being Apple’s CEO he continues to take part in a quarterly call with Wall Street analysts.  He discussed a number of topics and we’re sharing what we think you’ll find interesting. Enjoy!

On the iPhone 4S

We’ve gotten off to a great start with the 4S. We’ve sold over 3 million only three days after launch so we are thrilled with the start that we’ve had. We’re confident that we will have a large supply, but I don’t want to predict when supply and demand might balance because the demand is obviously extremely high right now. I’m confident that we will set an all-time record for iPhones this quarter.

If you look on a sell-through basis, the sequential comparison is down 2.4 million units… That 2.4 was much less of a reduction than what we were expecting and was a large factor in our revenue exceeding our guidance by over $3 billion. We expected to be greater than 2.4 because we knew that there was great anticipation of a June or July new iPhone since that was the pace we had been on in the last several years. And as we predicted that sell-through did occur in the quarter, but not nearly to the extent that we thought. We significantly beat our guidance. The reduction happened significantly in the back quarter as the [iPhone 4S] speculation hit extreme highs. However, we are thrilled to be shipping the new iPhone 4S and iOS 5 and iCloud, and we are very confident that we will set an all-time record in the December quarter for iPhone sales. In our wildest dreams, we couldn’t have gotten off to a start as great as we have on the 4S.

On iPhone 4S velocity

We can’t tell you with precision how many units we would have sold had there not been rumors and people weren’t expecting an new iPhone. I certainly believe it was substantial. That’s the reason that we called it out. I think anyone monitoring the press knows this, you can probably talk to a group of customers and get the same answer. I think the 4S is off the charts. If you do a comparison of the three days after launch of last year on the iPhone 4 we came in at 1.7 million; this year we were over 4 million in the same time frame and so that’s the mother of all uplifts. We’re thrilled with how we’ve gotten started. The feedback we’re getting from customers is fantastic, so I couldn’t be more pleased with where we are.

On Siri

The number of people using it already is amazing. The asking it questions and so forth and the personality it has it incredible. We see this as a profound innovation, and I think over time that many people will use it in a substantial way. What percent of their input will be by that and what percent of the searching, I don’t know. It is substantial and an incredible innovation, and that’s the feedback we’re getting from customers.

On iPhone price reductions

We did it because we wanted to make the iPhone more accesible to a broader market and so not only did we take the 3GS to free on a post-pay basis, but we also lowered the price on the iPhone 4 to $99. We’ve done both of those because as we looked at it, these are still fantastic products and we think that we can do reasonably well selling those in the post-pay market. It also has the advantage of having a lower price in the pre-pay markets, not free and $99, but lower than those entry points were previously. Both of those markets are very important to us. It has been our thinking for a while to do that.

iPhone goals

We want the iPhone to be in as many customers hands as possible because we think it’s the greatest phone by far. That’s why we live to do that. We aspire to much larger volumes than where we are. We think the smartphone market with eventually absorb the handset market. The handset market is a huge market, it’s 1.5 billion handsets, and the smartphone market is a bit over 400 million or so. There’s a huge growth in the smartphone market, and we think we can grow with the sector. The big win will be to eat into the 1.5 [billion]. You can tell that with the moves we’ve made recently.

Carriers receptivity of iPhone pricing change

If you look at the channel inventory on iPhone that was there at the end of September 24, there were 5.75 million. Over half of that has already sold through. So one portion of the things driving that is the elasticity question you’re getting at. What we also did in a very few countries last quarter is drop the 3GS price a bit early, particularly in some of the prepay markets and were extremely pleased with the results. It gave us even more conviction to follow through with the plan change we made over in October.

We think Tim is doing an excellent job as Apple CEO.  The runaway success of the new iPhone 4S is probably helping as well!  What do you think of what Tim has to say? He has big shoes to fill and we look forward to getting to know him during future interviews and presentations.

Source: Macworld – Tim Cook on iPhone 4S, iPad, and more

Was Steve Jobs Working On The iPhone 5 Until his Last Day?

Written by iHospital. Posted in Apple News, Breaking News

Steve Jobs was the epitome of dedication. Rumor has it he was working on Apple’s “next project”  - AKA the iPhone 5 – right up until the day he passed away.  We don’t doubt it as Steve was extremely dedicated and always on the forefront of the latest technology.

As one might expect, following the death of Steve Jobs, many rumors and legends have taken on a life of their own. The most recent whispers are related to the notion, proffered by Rodman & Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar in a recent research note, that Jobs worked on next year’s iPhone 5. But while many tend to take the word of analysts with a grain of salt, especially when it comes to the hyper-secretive Steve Jobs, Apple partner Masayoshi Son, CEO of Softbank, recently recounted an anecdote that appears to confirm this speculation.

During an interview conducted last weekend by the U.S. Ambassador to Japan John Roos, Son talked about his relationship to Apple and Jobs. Son revealed an interesting series of events during the launch of the iPhone 4S.

Son said, “I visited Apple for the announcement of the iPhone 4S [at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California]. When I was having a meeting with Tim Cook, he said, ‘Oh Masa, sorry I have to quit our meeting.’ I said, ‘Where are you going?’ He said, ‘My boss is calling me.’ That was the day of the announcement of the iPhone 4S. He said that Steve is calling me because he wants to talk about their next product. And the next day, he died.”

Recounting the episode, Son was visible touched by the Apple co-founder’s passion and drive. He went on to say, “Even one day before he passed away, the first subject he wanted to call Tim Cook about…he wanted to talk about the next product… That’s the kind of spirit a true entrepreneur would continue to have until they die. He was very sick, very ill. But the announcement of their newest product made him live longer. Physically he could have died much earlier. But his passion, his love for his own company and dream, about the next products, that made him energized.”

Son didn’t elaborate on which product Jobs discussed with Cook, but given this new information, the speculation that next year’s iPhone 5 will be Jobs’ final master stroke of product innovation now seems far more credible. You can check out the video here.

We at iHospital like to believe Steve had a hand in creating the next iPhone.  It saddens us to think of a world without Steve’s latest invention – he did own 303 patents.  Let’s hope he’s like Tupac Shakur and has a whole safe full of technology just waiting to be released.

Source: PC World

Did the iPhone 4S’s “Find My Friends” Nab a Cheating Wife?

Written by iHospital. Posted in Apple News, Breaking News

Disgruntled spouses can now use their iPhone 4S’s to nab cheating husbands and wives. Private investigators are striking globally.  Is there anything this phone can’t do?

Welcome to iCheers, where everybody knows your whereabouts. Both Apple and Foursquare are offering new tools for iOS5 that will let us know where our friends are at all times. The iPhone’s ‘Find My Friends‘ feature is pervasive tracking of any of your friends (who opt-in), whereas Foursquare’s Radar simply lets you know anytime a friend (who has opted in) comes into your vicinity, whether you have the Foursquare app running or not. You used to need a private investigator to keep track of people this closely. Now you can just install the ‘Find My Friends’ app on your wife’s new iPhone 4s without her knowledge and see if she goes where she said she was going to go on a Saturday night. That’s what one Machead claims to have done this weekend, and now he’s planning to file for a divorce.

Late Saturday night, “ThomasMetz” posted to MacRumors (via 9to5Mac) about how he turned his wife’s iPhone into a spyPhone:

I got my wife a new 4s and loaded up find my friends without her knowing. She told me she was at her friends house in the east village. I’ve had suspicions about her meeting this guy who live [sic] uptown. Lo and behold, Find my Friends has her right there.

via Divorcing wife. Thanks iPhone 4S and Find my Friends – MacRumors Forums.

This could well be a hoax, though the cuckolded spouse did post screenshots of his conversation with his wife as proof:

For non-New Yorkers, “meat packing” is not a reference to what she might have been doing on the Upper East Side, but is the name for a neighborhood much farther south and west where pretty people go to drink, dance, and look pretty.

It speaks to our culture of over-sharing that this guy would want to post his pain to a message forum, where it had the potential to go viral. But there were some voices of reason there, such as the person who wrote:

You should have divorced before you felt it necessary to spy.  Good luck with the next one. Take some time before getting into anything.

By the way. It will mean nothing in court. Lying is proved. Cheating is not. I’m sure there’s an app for that.

In case you’re worried about this guy getting into legal trouble for spying on his wife, be aware of a previous case, in New Jersey, where a judge found that it was okay for a wife to surreptitiously put a GPS tracker on her husband’s car (again to check for extramarital activities). The judge ruled that, because she jointly owned the car, she had the right to install the tracker. However, the judge also said that it did not violate the cheating husband’s right to privacy because he was only being tracked on public streets where the car (and he) were in public view. The fact that a phone goes into a household, out of public view, may make this kind of tracking a bit more legally complicated.

Regardless, it’s fairly amazing that within a week of the feature being released, it’s already allegedly been used this way. A video currently making the rounds — of a baby so used to playing with iPads that she thinks a magazine is “broken” — has prompted discussions of how technology transforms us and “changes our OS” (That’s “operating system,” for the non-geeks out there). I wonder how technologies that allow us to perform near-constant location-surveillance of our friends will transform how we operate.

Just as the baby expects a magazine page to be interactive, will we start expecting our friends to be part of our location ecosystem? Will being given technology tools that make law-enforcement-style surveillance so easy a baby could do it transform us (more than Facebook already has) into a society of spies? Just as we expect everyone to have a Facebook account, perhaps we’ll start expecting everyone to volunteer their whereabouts at all times, as part of the “social OS.” If a friend (or a spouse) chooses NOT to be tracked, will we assume they are up to no good?

Did you download the ‘Find My Friends’ App? Are you breaking your cheating story on the Maury Show? Some may think this is yet another privacy invasion – do you?  Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

Source – Forbes Did The iPhone’s ‘Find My Friends’ Already Out a Cheating Wife? 

iPhone 4S Available by Reservation Only

Written by iHospital. Posted in Apple News, Breaking News

Were you waiting for lines to die down before purchasing your new iPhone 4S? If so, you’ll have to make an appointment.  The stockpiles must have been depleted!

Apple has updated its “how to buy” page for the iPhone 4S to note that Apple retail stores in the United States and Canada are now selling the device on a reservation-only basis. Customers will need to visit Apple’s site after 9:00 PM each evening to reserve a phone for the following day.

iPhone 4S is available in store by reservation only. Reserve yours after 9:00 p.m. tonight for pickup tomorrow. When you come in, you’ll choose a carrier and plan, and we’ll get your iPhone up and running before you leave the store.

MacRumors spoke to a representative at one Apple retail store who noted that that location continues to sell the iPhone 4S to walk-in customers but that supplies are “evaporating”. But as supplies tighten Apple seems to be pushing customers toward the reservation channel in order to minimize lines and disappointed customers.

It seems unlikely that Apple retail stores would refuse to sell unreserved iPhone 4S stocks to walk-in customers, so the company may simply be taking reservations and then distributing any remaining stock each day on a walk-in basis.

Apple is placing some restrictions on iPhone 4S walk-in sales in other countries as well, noting that it will take reservations for both on-contract and SIM-free iPhone 4S models after 9:00 PM, but only on-contract phones will be offered on a walk-in basis in those countries. Limiting walk-in sales of SIM-free handsets is likely designed to discourage mass sales into the grey market, such as in China where the devices are selling for as much as $2000.

Overall, the reservation system isn’t too big of a hindrance. We think people would gladly wait to get their shiny new iPhone 4S’s.  What do you think? Are you making an online reservation in another window as you read this post? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: MacRumors iPhone 4S Sales Now Reservation-Only at Apple Retail Stores in U.S. and Canada

25 Million Install iOS 5!

Written by iHospital. Posted in Apple News, Breaking News

Good Afternoon Appleheads,

I love reading articles about mind blowing statistics that prove Apple is by far one of the most innovative and forward thinking companies in this lovely sphere we call earth.

You know the lame new iPhone 4S? The one that almost every tech writer called “disappointing,” or “not a real upgrade.” The iPhone that “only” added a great-seeming new camera, a way faster brain and a startlingly clever AI assistant? Well, Apple shifted four million of them in three days.

To put that in perspective, the iPhone 4 sold 1.7 million handsets in its launch weekend, and the original iPhone took 74 days to reach the one million mark.

In addition, Apple’s figures say that iOS 5 has already been installed by 25 million people, and that 20 million of them have signed up for iCloud. That last isn’t too surprising, given that the iOS 5 update prompts you to sign up for iCloud as part of the setup process.

20 million new iCloud users also explains the slowdowns to some of Apple’s online services at the end of last week. In fact, given the amount of data going through its servers as people made their fist iCloud backups and Photo Stream syncs, it’s amazing the service held up at all. I guess that the giant North Carolina data center works OK.

Apple doesn’t mention it — of course — but I have a feeling that the later-than-usual shipping date of the iPhone 4S had to do with stockpiling enough new handsets for launch. Even so, the Apple Store is currently showing a wait of 1-2 weeks for new orders. And that’s before the faster-than-usual international roll out starting on October 28th.

This data confirms Apple is on the leading edge of technology when it comes to consumer mobile devices.  Is there anything they can’t do? I can’t wait to see what they come out with next! An iPhone that does your laundry?

Source: Wired – Apple Sells Four Million ‘Disappointing’ iPhone 4Ss in Three Days

iPhone 4S Call Quality: Can You Hear Me Now?

Written by iHospital. Posted in Apple News

How many different types of mobile devices have you owned in your lifetime?  I’ve owned quite a few – blackberry, android and now (of course) the iPhone 4.  Call quality has never been a big issue for me but maybe that’s because I live in Vancouver, BC and satellites are always easy to find.

Call quality has never been a strong suit of the iPhone. But ever since iPhone 4 came out on Verizon, things have gotten just a smidge better. And the iPhone 4S reaffirms that Apple’s improvements have been no fluke.

We compared the iPhone 4S on ATT, Verizon and Sprint to a trio of new Android phones: Motorola Droid Bionic (Verizon), Samsung Galaxy S II (Sprint) and the HTC Amaze (T-Mobile). We placed calls to a landline phone and tested for not just for overall quality, but also the noise canceling capabilities of each phone. So how’d they fare?

Voice Quality

When comparing among iPhone 4S models to each other, the CDMA-powered Verizon and Sprint phones sounded better than the AT&T handset on both ends of the line. Yes, the CDMA handsets lacked a certain clarity and sounded a little more hushed, but the voices were full and soft, which made having a conversation easier on the ears. Voice quality on the AT&T iPhone 4S was tinny and shrill and generally less pleasant, even if voices came through bolder.

On the Android side, the Galaxy S II was more or less on par with the AT&T iPhone 4S. Clear and upfront, but again, shrill. The HTC Amaze sounded the worst, sounding tinny and distant and surrounded by ambient noise. The Droid Bionic, on the other hand, sounded great. Striking a balance between clarity and richness of voice, it was the best sounding of all the phones. But it’s also running on Verizon’s 4G network, so it was somewhat expected.

Winner: Droid Bionic

Noise Cancellation

For the noise cancellation test, I was sitting in an enclosed booth, so I just threw on a song with a lot of abrasive noise and proceeded to talk over it to my co-conspirator on the other line.

All the iPhones eliminated about the same amount of noise, quickly recognizing when I was speaking and dampening the music, making my voice intelligible. When I wasn’t speaking, the mic would hone back in on the background noise. The AT&T’s noise cancellation was more noticeable, since the audio quality is brighter.

Of the Android phones, the Galaxy S II and the Droid Bionic performed about the same, cutting out most of the unwanted sound and leaving my own voice intact. It took longer than the iPhones for each of the Android handsets to detect when I was speaking, but once they caught up, they performed admirably. The HTC Amaze’s noise cancellation worked well enough, but it took the longest of any to kick in, and even when it did, it still let some background noise through.

Winner: iPhone 4S


The call quality on all the iPhone 4Ses is the best yet of the lineage. That said, it still quite isn’t on the level of the Droid Bionic, even the 4S has some awesome noice cancellation capabilities. And if you’re looking for a top-to-bottom comparison, here it is:

1) Motorola Droid Bionic (Verizon)
2) iPhone 4S (Sprint and Verizon—tie)
4) iPhone 4S (AT&T)
5) Samsung Galaxy S II (Sprint)
6) HTC Amaze (T-Mobile)

How is your iPhone comparing for call quality? Does it pass the test? Or does it have a long way to go? I’m 100% confident the good folks at Apple will keep improving on their service and iPhone will win on all categories with the next release!

Source: Gizmodo iPhone 4S Test Notes: Call Quality

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