Enterprise Mobility: iPhone 4S, Not iPhone 5, is Featured Device at Apple Event
Apple's "Let's Talk iPhone" event at Apple's Cupertino, Calif., headquarters may be remembered more for what it didn't have than what it did have. That would be no iPhone 5, which many people were expecting. Instead, what everyone thought would be branded the iPhone 5 was actually the iPhone 4S, which is a logical next step for the company. Based on Apple's new iOS 5 operating system, the iPhone 4S is a world phone, meaning it will run on GSM networks such as those offered by AT&T and CDMA networks operated by Verizon Wireless. Moreover, the device will be the first iPhone offered on Sprint, which will make a lot of customers happy. The device also has the A5 processor used in Apple's iPad 2. Apple also tweaked the camera considerably, offering an 8-megapixel shutter that has backside illumination. The camera also records 1080P HD video. Pre-orders for the iPhone 4S start Oct. 7 and the new phone will be available Oct. 14 in the United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, France, Germany and Japan. Check it out here!