Apple iPhone 4s

Apple announced the new iPhone 4s today. I’m really looking forward to the new camera and the iCloud for easy syncing of photos between my iPhone and iPad.

iPhone 4s Camera App

iPhone 4s Camera App

I’ll be pre-ordering on October 7th. I would have done it today, but it doesn’t start until the 7th. 🙂

Several features about the new camera and app:

Mega megapixels.

The iPhone 4S camera gives you 8 megapixels — that’s 60 percent more pixels than the camera on iPhone 4. They’re engineered with a higher, full-well capacity to collect even more light. With more megapixels and more light, you’ll see a dramatic difference in the resolution and details of your images. So your photos look stunning everywhere you show them off — on your iPhone, your computer, or your HDTV. And they’re rendered pixel for pixel in prints as large as 8×10.

All-new optics make all the difference.

Great photography isn’t just about megapixels — it’s about light, too. The all-new, advanced optics in this camera work together to make sure whatever light you have gives you the best image possible. The custom lens uses five precision elements to shape incoming light, which makes the entire image sharper. The larger f/2.4 aperture lets in more light, so photos look brighter and better. And the advanced hybrid infrared filter keeps out harmful IR light, so you’ll see more accurate and uniform colors.

Edit photos right on iPhone.

It’s not just an amazing camera. It’s an on-the-fly editing studio. Crop, rotate, enhance, and remove red-eye right on iPhone — without the help of photo editing software on a computer. Then organize your shots into albums, so you know where your favorites are when you want to show them off.

You can find out far more about the iPhone 4s camera, and the iPhone 4s in general. [currently the Apple site is a bit unreliable due to heavy traffic]

2 thoughts on “Apple iPhone 4s

  1. Bob

    Raman, 4S is great except…. When I import photos the 4s has stored them rotated 90 deg to the left. So everything is now on its side… Come on Apple. Test a little before you let it go to the public.

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    1. Raman Pfaff Post author

      Hi Bob. Interesting. I haven’t noticed that on mine. I think iOS5 still has a few quirks here and there. Hopefully the first delta update fixes a few things.

      As a software developer, I can easily understand how bug can get to the final product. Let’s just say, developers can get pretty depressed about it.

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