My Blackberry died this weekend, so I’m ending a decade + relationship with T-mobile and their predecessor Voice Stream.
We’ve heard some rumors lately that T-Mobile’s next showing for J.D. Power and Associates will be fourth place, which would be last among the national carriers. That’s a far cry from where T-Mobile was just a few short years ago.
I would say the company has lost it’s identity. With so many issues with churn, growth, customer service problems, and network, the T-mobile ship has sailed. T-Mobile got a big pile of money from AT&T (who is still desperately seeking more bandwidth) but still doesn’t have the iPhone. Are you kidding me? Even SPRINT, the worst cellular company in history has the iPhone.
We will be all Apple, all the time now. No more PC’s, no more Blackberry’s. Macs, iPads, iPods, iPhones and Apple TV (and Directv) rule the Wolf Compound. Of course, Charter provides the internet service as AT&T DSL, U-verse or whatever lame name they have for that slow crap won’t cut it.
Verizon will be our cell phone provider now. It’s not that I’m crazy about them. But, they seem to suck less than the other three. We’ll see how it goes. I was going to hold out for the iPhone 5 but the 4s will have to do now that my BB has died.
The iPhone 4S features a glut of top-end tech that is designed to put it on a par with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S2 - but does it manage to do that? I don’t know but I do know I want all my devices to be coordinated or “in sync” and Apple will do that for me now.
The changes from the iPhone 4 to 4S include - the camera has been upgraded to 8MP (with an improved aperture ratio), the CPU is now the same dual-core A5 processor as seen in the iPad 2, with a seven time increase in graphical processing power over the iPhone 4.
Check out this video of the iPhone 4S in action to see if it’s for you: