The iPhone 4S has been a hit since its launch last year, but 16GB is often too little memory with all of our needs these days. That’s why Apple decided to listen to its customers over the last few years and give the option of 32GB. Double the memory means that you can save more video clips, more images and more files, as well as apps, instead of feeling like you have to delete them off or move them to a storage device.
Although there are cloud storage options from the likes of Dropbox, Ubuntu and now Google Drive, it’s a hassle having to log-in and access all of your saved files when you want it quickly. With 32GB you’re highly unlikely to be able to fill that up any time soon. What it also means is that you can enjoy more video and movie clips that are in HD, which are normally much larger files, so you can make the most of that stunning LED-backlit IPS TFT screen.
If you haven’t had the chance to use an iPhone yet then here are a few specs to browse over and before long you’ll want to find out how much an iPhone 4S 32GB will set you back. For starters the screen, it’s 640 x 960 resolution is super-clear and bursts with life. Although the screen itself is only 3.5” it’s more than big enough to use on an everyday basis. There are 16 million colours that make each app, picture, movie and home-screen pop. You can even get the iPhone 4S 32GB in white, if you prefer. At 140 grams it’s weighty enough to not feel flimsy and the glass makes it move up a level in terms of smartness compared to tacky-plastic phones.
The scratch-resistant oleophobic surface is really cool and there is the usual accelerometer sensor, multi-touch input, three-axis gyro and proximity sensor that turns the unit off when you’re not using it. Video calling is available from the front-facing camera, and the stunning 8-megapixel on the rear is ideal for capturing superb digital photos. As you have all of that memory to fill up, you can take thousands of pictures before ever needing to move them places.
As ever, Apple has integrated certain systems to make your life easier. There is a built-in Twitter app, iCloud service, Google Maps and active noise cancellation for clearer calls. The new voice-command feature called Siri is extra special and sets the iPhone 4S apart from its rival the Samsung Galaxy SII. The voice activation can be used for almost any task and it makes using the phone on-the-fly so much easier. With heavy penalties being implemented for using a smartphone while driving in the UK, using voice commands has never come at a better time. It’s long-life battery can last between 8-14 hours depending on the usage and stand-by is up to 200 hours. That also means that you can play music for 40 hours before needing a recharge, but 3G connections dramatically reduce the battery life.
As the iPhone 5 is coming out soon now has never been a better time to grab a clearance iPhone 4S 32GB!