Improved PerformanceWith the same dual-core chip found in the iPad 2, the iPhone 4S is faster than its predecessors -- and with a 64GB option, even more attractive to the enterprise.
It may not have been the mythical, magical iPhone 5 that the media had been speculating about for so long that it seemed a sure thing – but Apple's iPhone 4S, announced on Oct. 4 and available on Oct. 14, is nothing to scoff at. With a faster processor, a superior camera and the ability to operate on any network around the globe – not to mention Siri, the voice-activated personal assistant application -- the iPhone 4S could be the iPhone that finally killed the (already-ailing) BlackBerry. So far consumers have shown that they like what Apple is doing. More than a million of the smartphones were ordered in the first 24 hours it was available. But will enterprises take the bait? Here we take a look at some of the iPhone 4S's new features and how businesses will benefit.
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