Apple iPhone 4S (5th Gen) - 2011

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Apple iPhone 4S (5th Gen) measured with height, width, depth, and resolution

The Apple iPhone 4S was introduced in October of 2011, marking the last announcement of an Apple product during the lifetime of CEO Steve Jobs, who passed the day after this model’s announcement. In the case of the iPhone 4S, the “S” stood for “Siri,” an exclusive intelligent personal assistant. Major differences between the 4 and the 4S lied in internal upgrades rather than external designs. The integration of iCloud and iMessage in iOS 5 debuted with the iPhone 4S. The combination of these features along with the introduction of Siri were considered significant advantages over the iPhone 4S’s predecessor.

The Apple iPhone 4S (5th Gen) has height of 4.54” (115.2 mm), width of 2.31” (58.6 mm), depth of .37” (9.3 mm), and weighs 4.9 oz (140 g). The screen size is 3.5” (89 mm) diagonal with a resolution of 960 x 640 px at 326 ppi.


*Under Development*

4.54” | 115.2 mm
2.31” | 58.6 mm
.37” | 9.3 mm
Display Size:
3.5” | 89 mm
960 x 640 px; 326 ppi
4.9 oz | 140 g

Disconteinued: September 9, 2014

8, 16, 32, 64 GB
October 14, 2011


Drawings include:
Apple iPhone 4S (5th Gen) front elevation, back, side

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Apple iPhones are a product line of smartphones built around a multi-touch user interface. Introduced in 2007 by Apple Inc, the iPhone has been through eleven generations of hardware model updates, along with twelve versions of the iOS operating system.