....Wait...What? No newly redesigned iPhone 5? Nope. An iPhone 4S Apple today unveiled their iPhone 4S, disappointing many people, myself included, who were hoping for a newly revamped iPhone 5 that would feature a bigger, better screen and 4G support. Instead consumers were given an updated iPhone 4 using the A5 processor, similar to the one found in their iPad 2 which Apple claims will allow "graphics performance by about seven times and that overall performance should be twice as fast as before" and sport "an 8-megapixel camera capable of shooting 1080p video and a new antenna system that promises to offer 4G-like download speeds while maintaining a 3G-like battery life of about 8 hours of talk time". Other features will remain the same however like their front facing, archaic, VGA camera and the same old exterior design. The question is, with open sourced phones with better displays, dual core processors and 8MP 1080p cameras and 4, what does the iPhone 4S offer over the competition? Siri? Something Scott Forstall, Apple's senior vice president in charge of all iOS software calls"It's your intelligent assistant that helps you get things done just by asking." I'll have to wait for some reviews comparing the A5 to the processor in say the Galaxy S2 before I make any upgrade decisions. Where the iPhone may keep me as a customer is with their app selection but the Galaxy S2's specs, screen, size and open sourced Android platform will likely win me over. Interesting side note: The 16GB 4S will be priced at 199, the 32 at 299 and the 64GB will be 399 while the iPhone 4 8GB will be priced at 99.99 and the 3GS will be free.