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How the new iPhone 4S will impact social media

How the new iPhone 4S will impact social media

Well as you know, the new iPhone 4S was announced last night in California and the features are impressive. Some are saying its not the “revolution” they had hoped for and rather an “evolution” I say, whatever, its a phone… and it just got smarter… maybe even smarter than YOU!

Rather than just looking at the features in terms of a “user” today we are going to have a look at the features that as a SME will help us manage our brands/business social media on-the-go

iPhone 4S features…

-8 mega pixel camera. Perfect for uploading images to Facebook and Twitter of “behind the scenes” shots of your business/ brand. These high quality images will allow for much “faster” to market shots resulting in more “real time” interactions

-1080p HD resolution video recording pretty much the same as above. Great video quality for on the go when you are away from your “normal” environment/equipment. Think vox pops and updates from events/conferences etc

-Siri- Artificial Intelligence… this is kinda cool. “wherever you see a keyboard, you’ll be able to input with voice.”
In terms of Social Media this means being able to update your status or send a tweet. Users will still need to open the app and launch “update status” or “send tweet” however as soon as the keyboard appears then you will be able to “tell” your phone what to update

-Watch the video here

On sale 14 October 2011

Image: Apple.com

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- who has written 421 posts on Social Media Daily- A daily blog on all things social media for small business!.

Emily Doig initially studied Arts/Design/Fashion before spending her early career working for brands like Lonely Planet and STA Travel to satiate a travel fetish. A veritable human google earth, she could tell you where to buy cheese in Paris, how to buy a push bike in Cambodia or how to get across Manhattan..FAST! As her talents and tastes matured, she left behind the constant travel and Qantas club amenities for the comforts of her own Studio. Emily now consults to a plethora of exciting Australian Brands,and waters her entrepreneurial roots with projects like socialmediadaily.com.au

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