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Apple demonstrated the new iPhone 4S on Oct. 4, with plenty
of new and improved features including a dual core A5 processor, an 8 megapixel
camera and more built in apps, and now available on a third carrier — Sprint.
But the screen size stayed the same, the new version lacked 4G, and no mention
was made of the mythical iPhone 5 that so many Apple users had wanted.

The phone’s price ranges from $200 for a 16GB storage model
to $400 for the 64GB model when purchased with a two year wireless contract. It
will be available on October 14 with preorders starting on October 7 from
Sprint, AT&T and Verizon.

A new voice recognition features will allow iPhone users to
control their phones via voice commands.

The iPhone 4S will also include a new image stabilization
feature designed to make the phone’s high definition video capture less shaky.

Apple announced the new phone at an event at its
headquarters in Cupertino, moderated by the company’s new CEO Tim Cook. It was
the first product announcement event since Steve Jobs stepped down as CEO in
August.