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Who wants the new iPhone?
That’s what we want to know. Last week, Apple fans suffered a major let down after the long-awaited iPhone 5 didn’t materialize. Steve Jobs then passed away and the twittersphere nearly blew up from all the emotion and fanboy tributes.
This week, the focus is back on the iPhone 4S, which has been getting some great reviews. The standout feature is Siri, the voice-controlled assistant.
“It answers questions and provides information using natural language and an intelligent understanding, not just of words, but of context and colloquial phrasing,” says Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal. “It isn’t perfect, and is labeled a beta, but it has great potential and worked pretty well for me, despite some glitches.”
The 4S’s camera feature is “unmatched” while the software feature offers editing right on the phone, Mossberg adds.
Pre-orders of the iPhone 4S topped 1 million in the first 24 hours, Apple said earlier this week. The iPhone 4S is expected to hit Apple retail store shelves on Friday, on a first-come, first-served basis. Prices start at $199.