Most Common Complaints About the iPhone 4S

20 Oct

I’m really considering retiring my blackberry, and getting an iPhone…..

If I decide to go ahead….(yiiikes!) …the question would be …4 or 4S?

I would ‘ve thought I’d jump right into the 4S, but I’m seriously considering the 4….. just cuz I would probably want to get the iPhone 5 when it comes out next year…..

There are two main complaints so far about the iPhone 4S:

Subpar Screen Quality

A fresh new phone shouldn’t have a jaundiced screen. But proud new iPhone owners have taken to the Apple forums to complain about less-than-bright screens. “Got a new iPhone 4S this morning, and when I put it next to my old iPhone 4 I discovered the screen was much ‘nicer’ on the old iPhone,” writes Snowglider on the forum. “When I say nicer, its kind of got a really yellow tint to the screen on the 4S, whites are where you notice it the most for example the email looks far nicer on the iPhone 4 screen. All other colours look quite washed out,” he continues.

Siri Doesn’t Always Work

Siri is the most entertaining feature, but it sometimes has trouble connecting. “Siri is not working at all on my Sprint 32GB Black iPhone 4S,” writes Gregory 813 on the Apple Support Communities forum. “Keeps saying ‘Sorry Something’s gone wrong. Can you try that again?’ or ‘Uh oh, there’s a problem. Can you try again?'” Siri has a popularity issue, speculates another forum writer. “I am going to bet that the servers that handle the dictation and Siri backend are overloaded and they are racing to implement failover servers for all of the unexpected traffic,” suggests J. Morris. In any case, it looks like the fix is a classic: The old turn-it-off-and-then-on trick. Turning Siri off, resetting network settings, and turning her back on seems to work, discovered Business Insider’s Ellis Hamburger.

BIG sis




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