The new iPhone 4S starts at £499 for the 16GB version. It'll cost you £599 for the 32GB model, and the new 64GB version -- the highest capacity iPhone ever -- will set you back £699. You can choose whether you want your 4S in black or white.
The 4S is physically identical to the iPhone 4, but with a number of upgrades inside. It has a faster dual-core processor, an 8-megapixel camera and new iOS 5 software. The most interesting new feature is a voice-controlled 'personal assistant' called.
Older phones are also available: the 8GB iPhone 4 is £430. The 8GB iPhone 3GS is £320.
Buying from Apple means you get the phone without a SIM card. You can then choose from any phone deal -- here's our.
Buying SIM-free involves a greater outlay up front, but you'll probably save money in the long run by getting a cheaper phone deal. You can get a cheaper iPhone from the phone networks but you'll have to commit to an 18-month or two-year contract to do so. Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U, and Vodafone, T-Mobile and Orange have announced their tariffs today: keep it CNET UK for all the deal details as they emerge.
The iPhone 4S was announced on Tuesday, its lack of significant change from the iPhone 4 underwhelming many who'd waited so long for a new phone. We'd have liked to see a refreshed design, to maintain its cutting-edge, latest-thing appeal, but it seems Apple has favoured steady continuity over a flashy upgrade.
Apple co-founderdied yesterday, just two days after the 4S was unveiled and less than six weeks after finally stepping down as chief of the company.
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