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Indians are finally going to be lucky enough to get access to the latest version of Apple’s iPhone 4S. Apple has finally called for pre bookings for iPhone 4S in India although the device will charge much price than that in the other countries. The shipping will start from 24 November midnight and the handsets will be available in Indian market from 25 November. Apple has announced the price of the 32 GB iPhone 4S Rs. 50900 while the 16 GB version will come in Rs. 44,500 in Indian market. Aircel and Airtel – both of the service providers, who had brought iPhone 4 in India will also bring the iPhone 4S.
A rumor has been started to spread out due to Apple iPhone, which will launch at the Apple media event this coming September 7.
With the sequence to the fact a Japanese website Kodawarisan has claimed that Apple actually want to hold their traditional fall media even on that date, that’s why they have reserved that date for their iPods. Though, the other rumors are starting to say or have stated earlier that Apple may bring their next generation iPhone on that day.
The latest buzz on Wall Street Journal said that the company Apple would not be launching any fifth generation iPhone or any baby iPhone until the beginning of the 2012.
With the sequence to the fact Keith Bachman, Barron reporter of BMO Capital Markets declared his client “We are now believing that iPhone 5 will launch in the beginning or middle of 2012.” Though others are starting to believe that new version of iPhone 4 i.e. iPhone 4S will launch this year. Now many press reports are also starting to believe this thing.
Aside from that mountains of rumors have spread out earlier which stated that iPhone 5 will launch at an August or September.
To justify the fact Bachman’s has already made a complete note. In this note many business insider stated that Apple will reduce the price of their existing iPhone in order to get more user. They also think that Apple must make a carrier subsidized iPhone 3GS for free, aside from that Apple must sell the iPhone 4 for $99 and if iPhone 5 launches the price of it will be within its usual entry point of $199 to $299.
Although, there after Abrmasky said “As I think the baby iPhone will be a cheaper one and may be a smaller version of the iPhone 4, which apple is supposedly developing in order to survive in the present market, but it will not come in the market until the beginning of 2012.”
Moreover, the processors of older version of iPhone may not optimize all kinds of upgrades that’s why Apple is now busy in planning of launching this fall such as iOS 5, iCloud locker and music service. As, various resources stated that these services may be launched within this year.
The company of Apple has already decided for not to support Windows XP operating system for its new iCloud synchronization service that they revealed earlier in this week. As a predecessor of the iCloud service MobileMe also supported XP which is fine but this is really a major shock.
The main resource of this information is the fine print on the apple’s main webpage. Here is the relevant excerpt which requires iOS 5 on the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3rd generation, iPod touch 4th generation, iPad as well as iPad 2. In spite of that Mac computer requires OS X Lion and a PC requires Windows Vista and Windows 7 where outlook 2007 and 2010 is highly recommended.
In general Apple iCloud is such kind of service which is properly designed to do work with application on iOS, Mac OS or Personal Computer in order to store your content automatically online, additionally it is quite be able to push it back to your device when it is required or requested. So when anything changes on one of your devices then all of your devices are updated wirelessly as soon as possible.
But the main fact is Windows Vista as well as Windows 7 also are used only by the 35 percent of the users all around the world, aside from that Windows XP still trumps them both along with 50 percent of the market share, so it is too much unfortunate to decide Windows XP as an old operating system.