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Today in Apple hi: Apple’s own code reveals existence of iPhone 4s

While the iPhone 4's name and other important information was leaked, Siri remained surprised.
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October 1: Today's Apple in hi: Apple's own code leakage reveals the existence of iPhone 4October 1, 2011: The name of the iPhone 4 will be made public online several days before it is made publicly available.

The latest beta version of iTunes happens to let out a bean with a new name. In addition to its name, this code reveals that Apple 's new mobile phone will be offered in black and white options.

iPhone 4 was the last iPhone released while Steve Jobs was alive. Apple's second iPhone "S" model followed the 2009 iPhone 3GS.

This solidified the strategy for Apple to refresh the large full version of the iPhone every two years. A slight "S" upgrade focused on the improved inside was done.

With that, iPhone 4s was a wonderful mobile phone. With the last iPhone Jobs faced, speeding up the A5 chip, improving the 8 megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, and most importantly Apple's new AI Virtual Assistant Siri.

Apple's leak does not hurt the iPhone 4's sales

Leak of the name of iPhone 4 appeared in beta version of iTunes.
The name of iPhone 4s appeared in beta version of iTunes.
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Naturally, the early release of the name and appearance of the iPhone 4 did not detract from the popularity of this device. Siri 's cell phone arrived when the world began to drive the iPhone crazy. Apple 's only hello, this iPhone debuted as its predecessor sales continued to build.

The situation went even further as a result of Jobs dying soon at 56 o'clock just days before the iPhone 4 was released.

Do you remember the iPhone 4? Leave your pick, for your favorite iPhone all the time leave your comment, memories.

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