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IPhone 4 : An Overview

July 27, 2010 By: lilybird Category: iPhone/iPod

Compared to all the other smartphones on the market right now, nothing beats the iPhone 4. Its new design is even almost a quarter thinner than the previous model, the iPhone 3GS, and narrower to boot, meaning it will take up less space in your pocket. Though they weigh about the same, at 136 grams, the overall dimensions make it a sleeker phone than previous models in the line.

While these enhancements alone are enough to justify upgrading to the Apple iPhone 4, they have thrown in even more convenient features for the discerning customer. After all, the iPhone 4, while being smaller, shares the iPhone 3GS’ same 3.5″ screen, but now it can carry an even higher 960 x 640 pixel resolution. Each inch carries 326 pixels, making it the highest resolution phone screen you can find on the market today.

The Retina display is far better than any other type of smartphone screen you can find on the market – after all, it gets its name from the fact that it has a greater number of pixels than can be picked up by the human eye. iPads and iMacs have also carried over their in-plane-switching techniques to the screen of the iPhone 4, making the screen able to be viewed from more angles than ever before and allowing for maximum visibility and comfort – no more tilting the screen so you can see what is going on.

Apple employed its A4 CPU as the brain for the iPhone4 – the same one found in the iPad. By coupling it with the iOS 4 operating system, the iPhone 4 is able to deliver a wide range of new functions for the user. While users have long awaited multi-tasking ability, they will not be disappointed with the new capabilities of the powerful new iPhone. Just as Apple took its time in perfecting the copy and paste features before release, Apple has created a well-oiled multi-tasking phone that will not plague the user with constant lagging or freezing.

The iPhone 4 also has fantastic ways to use your still and video camera, now featuring a 5 megapixel camera in the body of the phone. What’s more, it comes with a backlit sensor, 5x integrated zoom, and an LED flash, as well as the ability to record 720p HD video at 30 fps, making it an amazing video camera. You can even use tap to focus on the video camcorder as well.

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