Apple introduced their next generation iPhone in the media event on Oct. 4. The new iPhone was not iPhone 5 as rumored, but named iPhone 4S. Although the appearance of iPhone 4S is not redesigned, which disappoints many Apple fans, we are still easy to predict that iPhone 4S would rule the smartphone market in the near season.
According to Apple's indication, iPhone 4S with iOS 5 and iCloud has over 200 new features. Notification Center, iMessage, Siri voice assistant, and all those fantastic features are attracting customers. Especially, the Siri intelligent assistant is quite a surprise. Simply talk to your iPhone 4S and tell it what you want, like making calls, sending texts, set reminders, etc. It is your personal secretary.
Powered by Apple A5 chips, iPhone 4S is said to be 2x faster in performance and 7x faster graphics. It now supports up to 1080p H.264 video sync and playback. Bringing your purchased HD movies with you for entertainment is attractive. However, you are less likely to carry DVD discs and player with you. Foxreal DVD Ripper for Mac helps to convert backed up DVD images to the iPhone 4S supported formats for playback.
There are four steps to transfer a DVD ISO/IFO image to iPhone 4S (Mac edition):
1. Install and open Foxreal DVD Ripper for Mac. Click the third icon on top-left corner to load the DVD ISO/IFO image in the local storage.
2. Click "Settings" to set output profile. Choose the preset of iPhone 4 H.264. Any video size would be all right. Click OK once you finished.
Note that the iPhone 4S has a resolution of 960*640, you do not need a higher resolution while a
720p and 1080p videos are also supported. The video quality depends on the bitrate.
3. Select output directory and click convert button to start conversion.
4. Once finished, add the converted video file to iTunes library and sync with the iPhone 4S.
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