The BlackBerry's features are slim. There are the usual apps for running media, maps and so on. However, not nearly enough applications have been updated to run on the new BlackBerry OS 7. As a result, many users will find their Torch 9860 experience lacking.
On the other hand, the iPhone 4S introduces several new and innovative features. Such features include iCloud and Siri. iCloud is a storage application. It allows users to store contacts, reminders, calendars, emails, notes, bookmarks, documents, photos and videos online for safe keeping. This new feature is able to tie almost all media or information from your iPhone to your Apple account.
Next is Siri the newest instalment of voice activated controls. Siri is an artificially intelligent, voice-controlled assistant that is available on the iPhone 4S. For instance, holding down a special button allows the user to speak a question to Siri who will translate it and issue an answer or help where necessary. Asking Siri if you will need a raincoat for this time next week will provide you with a detailed list of the upcoming weekly forecast. If that's not intuitive then I don't know what is.
The iPhone 4S features an 8 megapixel camera that takes more natural vs vibrant photographs. There is better depth of field within the 4S's camera. Pictures are more true to life and more detailed. The BlackBerry Torch 9860 features a 5 megapixel camera. In comparison the iPhone 4S wins over the BlackBerry Torch 9860 in terms of features.