Apple posts three new videos to YouTube covering iPhone 4S, Siri and iCloud

Apple has posted three of the videos it used in yesterdays "Let's Talk iPhone" event to YouTube. The three videos are "Introducing iPhone 4S" which covers the features and benefits of the iPhone 4S, "Introducing Siri on iPhone 4S" which demos the Siri voice assistant features and finally "Introducing iCloud". The three videos are embedded below for your viewing pleasure.

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Apple posts three new videos to YouTube covering iPhone 4S, Siri and iCloud

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Damn, I can't see the screen anymore... I must be getting old (pun intended)... When I was younger in 2007, I could see stuff on that HUGE screen... Now... Seems so small.

Nah, IMO this is by far the biggest update the iPhone has ever received - compare what was changed in any other revision of the iPhone and you'll see how amazing these new features and specs are in comparison.

I'm digging it. Wish there was an iPhone 5, but I'm still on 3GS and won't wait any longer. I've used android, and they are cool... But I'm too into iOS and iPhones to switch... Not a fanboy, just too big a learning curve and too short a battery life with android, plus all my friends that went android are planning on coming back to iPhone. I could care less about a giant screen - its a phone, not a tablet!!!

I red that Siri required wifi or 3G. Looks great but we'll see in real life.. We know it. But good idea. Nice videos. I have Blackberry phone, waiting for Bold 9900 touch, but price is so high. So maybe i choose IP4S. My wife has ip4, i have iPad and macbook. So :)

Who was it that started the rumor of iPhone 5? We all expected a new design with a larger screen and we got disappointed. I have a 3G and a 3GS. I'd love to have the 4S. Not disappointed any longer. My good friend has a Galaxy II. He told me to stick with IOS as he's not sold on Android. He hates how Apple dictates how to upload/download to his computer (iTunes) and that's why he went with Samisn'thung.

Apple wouldn't make commercials of a guy running outside and using Siri if it required wifi. Pretty sure he would be running in and out of hotspots at best. Apple is a lot of things, but misleading isn't one of them. Siri will definitely be available over 3G...or even 3.5G (hsdpa)

I luv Apple! I'm a 43 year old X-microsft guy..... Apple did the right move. We as Americans are way too spoiled. We need things now. America, slow down. Trust me, I am a guy who works 60 hours a week, I need to smell the roses!! The new phone excites me. Yes, a larger screen would be nice.... I will be ok.

Just the 4S. It requires 1GB of ram. I'm sure they could've gotten it to work on the iPhone 4, it's just a marketing ploy for us iPhone 4 users to upgrade.

It needs an internet connection to do the dictation thing...it does that server-side and not on-device.

ive been using suri for years ! works great =D ... oh wait that vlingo!! good try apple!! its been done and done again already

Internet connectivity (WiFI or 3G) is required only to access data for some responses (like - where is the nearest Chinese restaurant?). If your query is about data that is already on your phone, like setting up an appointment in your calendar, internet access will not be needed.
Internet access is not required for the speech recognition to work - that runs on the iPhone itself, which is why the A5's processing power is needed. Other speech recognition apps send your voice to their servers to be interpreted, which means they need the internet access to even function.

Can Siri give you direction meaning text to speech. I purchased 2 different gps app but prefer to use the google app that came with the phone. Can't wait to get ride of my third party gps apps.

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