- Jan 12, 2012
Wondering if I can swap my 4S sim into my wife's 4. And still be able to use my unlimited data plan. Just need to do it once in a while. There are a few things the 4 does better than the 4S for me.
Currently there are a few apps that I need when traveling that are only available via jailbreak, including one a friend and I made just for me to access data on my work network and access a software package on the same network. Also the superior battery life and the stronger wi-fi signal of the 4 is important for me on the road.Yes, that's fine. In your experience, what does the 4 do better than the 4S?
I know everyone has their own use and opinions so I am not really looking to debate which one has a better battery or why. There are plenty of those posts on here already. In my use, the 4 is not slightly better, it is vastly better. Again, my use. Don't get me wrong, I like my 4S for most things, but I really need that jailbreak.Yeah, jailbreaking it adds a lot of functionality. The battery life on the 4 is slightly better, but that's because it's running a slower processor and isn't quite as fast. I haven't had any problems with my WiFi signal strength on the 4S.
I was going to reply to this thread but it seems you've summed up my response rather succinctly.I'm still on the 4. I'd have a 4S for free but I'm not burning an upgrade when there is a high possibility (It's probably 100% true) of a new iPhone this year. I may even jump to another phone for a while, just to get a feel of a different OS.
A few of my friends complain to me about the iPhone 4S's battery, is it really that bad? I feel lucky to be on the 4 as my battery life is great.