New features of Apple's next-gen smartphone
At first glance, the Apple iPhone 3G S may not appear to be much different to its predecessor the Apple iPhone 3G and the original Apple iPhone, but Apple's newly unveiled smartphone offers a slew of new features plus speed. Here's a gallery of the new arrivals.
Apple iPhone 3G S: Better Graphics, Better Battery Life
Apple's next-gen iPhone shifts to the OpenGL ES 2.0 3D graphics standard, which means games and other graphic-heavy apps should look significantly better than they did on the 3G model.
The iPhone 3G S also claims longer battery life, meaning resource-heavy apps shouldn't drain your phone's juice quite as quickly.
Apple iPhone 3G S: Cut, Copy, and Paste
Perhaps one of the most sought-after features in the iPhone, Apple's 3G S model finally delivers cut, copy, and paste functionality throughout the iPhone operating system.
One of more than a hundred new features introduced in the Apple iPhone 3.0 OS update, cut, copy, and paste will let you select a block of text, HTML, or photos, then paste it into other Apple-created applications.
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- New features of Apple's next-gen smartphone
- Apple iPhone 3G S: The Need For Speed & MMS
- Apple iPhone 3G S: Better Graphics, Better Battery Life; Cut, Copy, and Paste
- Apple iPhone 3G S: Landscape Keyboard; Spotlight Search
- Apple iPhone 3G S: Hands-Free Voice Control; Digital Compass
- Apple iPhone 3G S: Find My iPhone; Movie Purchasing and Renting
- Apple iPhone 3G S: Push Notifications and Tethering