I was one of the many individuals tied to my Twitter feed and several blog feeds during the iPhone announcement today from Apple. Unfortunately, about 30 minutes after the “Town Hall” began, I had to go to class and leave the world of technology behind. So, as you can imagine, I was pretty anxious to hear all the news I missed during the last few hours. And I can’t say I was too surprised to learn about the iPhone 4S rather than the iPhone 5.
They also announced decreased prices on iPods, which will range from $50 to the iPod Shuffle to $399 for the 64GB iTouch. Now, if you ask me, that’s still a bit too pricey to make me commit…But, that’s just my opinion. This was also Tim Cook’s first product launch as new Apple CEO, which is something to discuss all in itself. However, we all know the main subject people are talking about is the iPhone.
This morning, I saw a Tweet directing me to this article, which had actually leaked the information about the announcement. Though, I was still hopeful. And, I still am… to an extent.
My main question: is the iPhone 4S really necessary?
Compared to the iPhone 4, the iPhone 4S will…