If you still haven’t got new iPhone 4S and still wondering which network to choose, here is nice comparison video comparing network speed of AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon and you can also check out iPhone 4S vs. iPhone 4 comparison video that shows the speed difference between the two devices when launching various applications. The SpeedTest.net comparison shows AT&T way ahead with a download speed of 0.65Mbps, Verizon with 0.26Mbps and Sprint with 0.16Mbps, which claims that the results were similar no matter how he arranged the positions of the devices and AT&T has been touting that its iPhone 4S will be the fastest because the device supports the carrier’s HSPA+ enhanced 3G network………………..
Some people had decided that the iPhone 4S just wasn’t a huge enough leap over their existing iPhones to warrant the considerable outlay that would be needed if they were to bite the bullet and jump to an iPhone 4S. So is the iPhone 4S actually worth upgrading to, there’s the improved 8 megapixel camera, which offers improved shots in both good and bad light conditions and then there is Siri, Apple’s take on the digital virtual assistant that has us all talking to our phones as if there’s a little person inside. The iPhone 4S sports a dual-core A5 CPU, the same as the one powering Apple’s mighty iPad 2. While that may not mean much to the layman, people like their iPhones to be faster than the one they just upgraded from. A video from remondpie.com’s Steven Chi shows iPhone 4S vs iPhone 4 vs iPhone 3GS speed test comparison on iOS 5, where he compares just those three handsets across a variety of simple, admittedly un-scientific, tests. The iPhone 4S comes out on top in Steven’s tests with the downloading and rendering of web pages noticeably being snappy. For those wondering just how much faster than its predecessor the iPhone 4S is, this video may well help to push you toward getting the credit card out. Another good demonstration of the iPhone 4S’ speed is the newly re-coded Camera app and you may also like to check ou unboxing video of the white iPhone 4S. AT&T has not one, but two worthy competitors ready to battle it out for iPhone 4S supremacy and this time the playing field is far more level than it’s ever been and if you’re trying to make your iPhone 4S buying decision based on network speeds, iDownloadBlog has made a helpful comparison video, which shows the loading of websites and also runs the speed test application on all three networks. The results speak for themselves, Sprint is by far the slowest of the three networks with AT&T and Verizon having similar speed results with web browsing. When considering flat out download speeds, AT&T ate the competition for lunch, as it theoretically has a much higher download ceiling to work with thanks to improvements with the iPhone 4S’ antenna system. iPhone 4S comes with Apple‘s faster dual-core A5 processor, which offers up to twice the power and up to seven times graphics performance and initial benchmark results of iPhone 4S have revealed that it is approximately 70% faster than iPhone 4 when it comes to using Mobile Safari. YouTube user Eurosausage posts a comparison video highlighting how much faster the iPhone 4S is than the iPhone 4 at launching apps and app launching is a basic task that doesn’t show off high-performance graphics and other capabilities, it is one of the most common tasks initiated by users that forces users to wait for the system. The video offers comparison of a significant number of apps and giving a good picture of the everyday performance improvements users can expect in upgrading from the iPhone 4 to the iPhone 4S. You will find all the videos below: