I am thinking of buying this ip4s with 32gb..hows ur opinions??i am afraid about the battery capacity because i always use the Internet for whatsapp and so on..thank you for ur response :)
I just got my Iphone 4s.. we upgraded it to 8.4. Everything works fine. When it comes to battery life its just fine, it may not last for more than 24hrs, but the experience is still good. For safety charging, always turn off your device when charging. Once in a month you let your iphone be drained, at least it can rest.
I usually video stream and play music. i bought a power bank, since i am an average user (and its SAFER, not directly to a socket, some are having issues like their phones getting hot after charging).
Hi what will be the issue if i upgrade my iphone 4s to 8.4 ??? will wait to your reply guys
Hi, does anyone have been upgraded this device to iOS 8? How about the performance? Thanks b4
TehSparX, 06 Aug 2015I use an iPhone 4S as a company device, iPhone 6 for testing and Galaxy Note 3 personally. Hav... moreHey bud, I use iPhone 5S for work, accounts, finance, music, social media, streaming, movies, and TV episodes. To me it works fine. The apps run smooth on the 5S. This is my commanding phone. My second in command phone is Blackberry Classic. It runs mainly my school work, emails and messaging and I love it how I can get homework done on it plus it rocks a sweet keyboard. For back up, fun, and testing, I have the iPad Mini 2 128GB, LG G4, HTC M9, Blackberry Z30, Blackberry Z10, and Samsung Galaxy S6. I can tell you, while I do not have the iPhone 6, the 5S is perfect for me as my main phone. While small, I do use it to connect to the TV using an HDMI cable so that I can stream video, watch episodes and movies, and my music is all in one place. After Blackberry decided to shut down its media department, I was forced to solely use iTunes for media. I used to be able to buy TV episodes, music and movies and play them on TV via HDMI cable as well.
Romano, 06 Aug 2015If you are able to afford the 6, go for it. the iP4s is a good little phone. I would recommend... moreI use an iPhone 4S as a company device, iPhone 6 for testing and Galaxy Note 3 personally. Have to say, iPhones are restrictive, break too easy (physically and the software excluding core iOS feature), terrible, terrible battery life, mediocre screen at best, iPhone 4S too small to type fast on, no swype, regular carrier and roaming issues in the UK between 4S and 6 (Android you can just edit the APN settings if a problem arises, locked down by carriers on iOS), the bespoke iPhone cables and earbuds need to be replaced yearly, some of our company users need them replaced up to every 3 months and finally, you need a Mac, running OSX 10.10 just to apply configuration profiles to devices in an MDM environment. Bad Bad Bad! Windows support was dropped in iOS 6 - When contacted, all Apple could really tell us was "Well, why wouldnt you want a Mac?". Because they don't work in a windows enterprise environment that uses any sort of certificate token authentication for domain access, that's why! Besides, out of principal you shouldn't be forced into buying Apple hardware just to make existing Apple hardware work again (as it did when originally purchased), That's poor show!
Oh and Apple, and innovation, together .. Thats pure marketing spin unless buying established technologies from other companies is innovation!
ajesh aju, 05 Aug 2015i dont know the reseting password of my iphone 4 how to know it????help me
Factory restore your device by turning it off, then holding down the home button whilst plugging it into computer with iTunes running (keep the home button held). This puts it into recovery mode. Then format the device using iTunes.
NOTE** After reformatting the device, if it is registered to an iCloud account (most are) the device will need to be unlocked by entering your iCloud email and password - So if you have stolen the device.. you cannot reset it, it's useless, dont bother just hand it into the police.
RAMBO, 05 Aug 2015Can i buy this I phone 4s OR 6If you are able to afford the 6, go for it. the iP4s is a good little phone. I would recommend the iP5s 32GB to be honest.
i dont know the reseting password of my iphone 4 how to know it????help me
Sasa.Kun, 03 Aug 2015first of all thanks for replying ^^ i'm going to buy cuz i don't download much apps and songs... moreAgain trust me, the usage these days 16GB device is not enough. Pictures videos and music fills up, messages will cause you to fill up, and apps will cause it to full up and fast. I really recommend at least get a 32GB model. iOS updates are big files usually taht do take up storage. And yes always update the phone only gets better with updates. The software demands a lot and the 4S hardware will try to keep up. If you can I recommend a 32GB 5s instead. It is just WAY better and smoother. It is one powerful small little phone
i am planning to buy a new iphone 4s 16gb wats ur opinions about it whether i choose it or not
Romano, 03 Aug 2015Hello, if you do decide to get the iPhone 4s, do NOT get 16GB.. please get at least 32GBfirst of all thanks for replying ^^
i'm going to buy cuz i don't download much apps and songs so the storage is not a big deal for me
and pls if u know about what i said about the ios updating tell me cuz i'm confused
Sasa.Kun, 02 Aug 2015hello everyone guys,i'm planning to buy this iphone 4s 16 gb which ios is the best for it and... moreHello, if you do decide to get the iPhone 4s, do NOT get 16GB.. please get at least 32GB
guys,i'm planning to buy this iphone 4s 16 gb which ios is the best for it and can i choose which ios i wanna update to or it just updates the ios to the latest version (my first iphone)
and is it a good phone or the modern android devices are better :) Thanks!!
HI all am planing to buy 4s 8gb. how much free space in memory. ram is 512 mb its working speed
Noah775, 02 Aug 2015URGENT HELP I am planning to buy 4s 8gb. I don't have an extensive use of the iPhone, my file... moreIt comes with iOS 8.1 and stay with it don't upgrade to iOS 8.3 or 8.4 wait upto iOS 9