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    Apple iPhone 4 Review: Main Features & Disadvantages

    If you have tiniest interest over the topic of mobile phone world then you must interested on iPhone 4 by Apple. So here is a exclusive review of iPhone 4 from GSMArena.com

    Apple’s latest is always the greatest – whether it is PC or Phone or even iPod. Sometimes it seems they put less effort into making it than in letting people know they did. But with the Apple iPhone 4, they were obviously hard at work. The 4th generation iPhone has an all new look, new feel and plenty of new skill. We already caught a glimpse of the iOS4. But there’s much more: a 1GHz chip, two cameras, HD 720p video recording and of course the Retina display – the highest-res screen we’ve seen so far on a GSM phone.
    iPhone 4 Disadvantages
    Surely there are still enough blank spots on the feature list but that’s Apple and its iPhone. Compromises are being made in every phone out there anyway. But the simple fact is Number 4 is the best iPhone to-date. Let’s see how good that is. Start with iPhone 4 features.

    Key features of iPhone 4
    - Quad-band GSM and quad-band 3G support with 7.2 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA
    - 3.5" 16M-color LED-backlit TFT capacitive touchscreen of 640 x 960 px resolution
    - Scratch-resistant glass front and rear, with fingerprint-resistant coating
    - 1GHz Apple A4 SoC; 512MB of RAM
    - 5 MP autofocus camera with LED flash and touch focus
    - 720p video recording at 30fps
    - Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
    - GPS with A-GPS connectivity; digital compass
    - 16/32GB storage options
    - Accelerometer, proximity sensor and three-axis gyro sensor
    - Active noise cancellation with a dedicated secondary microphone
    - Standard 3.5 mm audio jack, stereo Bluetooth v2.1
    - Excellent audio output quality
    - Slim waistline at only 9.3mm
    - Secondary front-facing camera
    - Some degree of multitasking
    - Rich AppStore
    White iPhone 4 price
    Main disadvantages of iPhone 4
    - Hardware design is prone to reception issues
    - MicroSIM card support only
    - No Flash support in the web browser
    - No true multitasking for all applications
    - FaceTime video calls work only over Wi-Fi
    - No file transfer over Bluetooth or USB Mass Storage mode
    - No hardware shutter key for the camera
    - No FM radio
    - No stereo speakers
    - No microSD card slot
    - No smart dialing
    - Too dependent on iTunes for loading multimedia content
    - Poor loudspeaker performance

    As you can see, most of the main disadvantages are simply passed from one generation to the next but - whatever iPhone 4 you’re coming from - the Number 4 will tick most of your boxes. iPhone 4 upgraders will be used to the shortcomings, and unbiased observers will have less points to complain against.

    It just seems some iPhone 4 features will be forever missing. The iPhone’s memory isn’t expandable and you can’t use the thing as an external drive (this also means that files are only transferred via iTunes as same as previous iPhones, again). Bluetooth has been upgraded to cover not only for music and calls but a compatible wireless keyboard too. File transfers however are a no-go.

    The lack of Flash support in the iPhone 4 Safari browser is no surprise given the Apple-Adobe feud. Luckily there’s the good old YouTube app to partly make up for that but Flash games are still out of the question.

    There is now a secondary video-call cam in iPhone 4 but the “reinvented” FaceTime video calls feature only works over Wi-Fi (for now) and between two iPhone 4’s.

    As for the multitasking in iPhone 4, this is the closest the iPhone has ever gotten but there is no true multitasking, and certainly not for all apps.

    All that (and a bit more) aside, the new goodies seem to merit at least some of the iPhone 4 hype. The Retina display is gorgeous. The 3.5” capacitive TFT touchscreen has four times the resolution of the older iPhones. At 640 x 960 pixels, it’s the best we’ve seen – statistically. But perhaps the most impressive too, for its actual performance.
    iPhone 4 Display problem
    There’s a generational leap in imaging too. The first two iPhones had a single 2MP fixed focus camera on board. Last year’s 3GS tried to make some sense with a 3-megapixel autofocus snapper. With the iPhone 4, Apple are finally beginning to look good. The primary 5-megapixel autofocus camera not only takes impressive images but shoots 720p videos too. Oh, and it has a LED flash.
    Apple iPhone 4 Review Part-1 Finished
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    8 comments:

    1. cheated from gsmarena

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    2. Are you blind man? I wrote it in the 2nd line of my post-
      So here is a exclusive review of iPhone 4 from GSMArena.com

      i even also write GSMArena's name again as source article at the end of my post.
      Didn't you see that?

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    3. isnt there a way to enable at least some of the software disadvantages??? maybe through a hack or something

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    4. iphone is just a show piece...basicaly crap...i have using it for a year now..da worst part cant trak bluetooth of othr phones...!!!! cnt i take piks from my frns nw...?!!!

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    5. What do you mean its prone on receptuon issues? So your pertaining to the signal of the iphone?

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    6. I mean that the design and position of the Signal reciever is the causing signal related problem. Its a basic design failure.

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    7. hey m going to buy iphone 4 today...do u think its a good choice ??

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    8. reply me asap!!!

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