IPhone 3G S Review Round-up

Posted: Jun 18 2009, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:57pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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The new iPhone 3G S ships this Friday, but the main tech reviewers have had theirs a while now and yesterday they published their findings in iPhone 3G S reviews.

The overall verdict of the new iPhone 3G S is that it is definitely faster but is not that much different overall compared to the iPhone 3G. Current iPhone 3G customers, who are not total power users can actually skip the iPhone 3G S. On the other hand the iPhone 3G S is the best iPhone yet and if you like me enter the iPhone realm for the first time, the iPhone 3G S is the way to go.

Other positive aspects of the new iPhone 3G S include video recording, editing and uploading to Youtube, compass and gaming performance.

On the negative side of the iPhone 3G S reviewers found that the new 3MP camera is still not really satisfying for taking photos and the new voice control feature is also not a 100% hit.

iPhone 3G S Review Round-up:
WSJ
Engadget
NY Times
USA Today
Gizmodo
Wired
CNET

More iPhone 3G S News.

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