Apple has now officially started to accept pre-orders for the iPhone 4S threw their online Apple Store. Users can also get their pre-orders from the three carriers Verizon, Sprint and AT&T directly. However, it may take you a while to put your order in as the servers seem to be overloaded and keep shutting down.
The iPhone 4S was introduced on the 4th of October during the Lets Talk iPhone event, when Apple announced that it was going to accept pre-orders on the iPhone 4S on the 7th of October. The iPhone 4S includes an A5 processor, faster graphics, an improved 8MP camera as well as the new Siri Voice Assistant.
As we have reported previously you can get your hands on iPhone 4S in 3 different capacities 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB, priced at $199, $299 and $399 respectively with contracts. We posted earlier a comparison between the three different carriers so that you can decide which is best for you. If you are still wondering whether to purchase or upgrade to the iPhone 4S we also posted a comparison between the iPhone 4S, the iPhone 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S II, just so to give you a feel of what it is going to be like.
If you are already with a carrier and unsure what you will need to pay to get you hands on an iPhone 4S, Apple is providing an online tool to help you determine what your pricing will be. Apple has revealed that the iPhone 4S will be available unlocked in the U.S. starting from November, and it will be in stores on the October 14th.
However, if you seem to be finding it difficult to pre-order you iPhone 4S be patient and try again as Apple seems to having trouble with accepting pre-orders: