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2nd October 2014
Users up in arms over another major iOS failing.
1st October 2014 – 19 comments
It's an iOS SOS. Here, Joe Minihane details everything that's gone wrong.
1st October 2014
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1st October 2014
New colour aimed at boosting sales of tablet.
30th September 2014
Dev fingers iPad for biometric tech.
30th September 2014 – 2 comments
Testing comes as current version fails to address Touch ID and connectivity woes.
The iPhone 4 is the fourth generation of Apple’s all-conquering mobile phone. With a stunning high definition display, five megapixel HD video camera and even a gyroscope, the iPhone 4 is unlike any other smartphone.
Apple has pulled out all the stops for the iPhone 4. At just 9.3mm thick, it's the world's thinnest-ever smartphone. And with its glass front and beautiful rounded edges, it looks every bit as stylish as you'd expect from an Apple mobile. But this next-generation smartphone's looks are just a tiny part of what makes it so ground-breaking.
As with all Apple phones, users are able to choose from a huge selection of applications to download from the App Store online software market. However, thanks to this iteration's revamped operating system and powerful 1GHz processor, buyers can use multiple apps simultaneously.
Elsewhere, the iPhone 4 features hugely impressive imaging capabilities. Not least among these is a five megapixel camera with an LED flash and a five-times digital zoom and tap-to-focus functionality. And it's just as impressive at video, recording beautiful 720p HD footage that looks terrific when played back on the super high-density Retina Display.
And for the first-ever on an Apple mobile, the iPhone 4 is fitted with a secondary, front-facing camera for video calling which teams with Apple's new built-in FaceTime software to bring you closer than ever to your friends and family however far away you may be.
Other features of the iPhone include e-reader functionality thanks to the pre-loaded iBook app, with thousands of classics and brand new titles available to download, 16GB of storage space, media player with 3.5mm headphone jack, gyroscope, push email, a web browser and a multi-touch user interface for an intuitive smartphone experience.
Owners also benefit from a long-life battery, which offers up to seven hours talk time or 40 hours of music playback and ten hours of viewing media.
As well as positively brimful of killer features, the fourth iteration of the iPhone 4 is a masterpiece of cutting-edge design that puts almost every other mobile to shame.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the use of glossy aluminosilicate glass. Typically only used in the windshields of helicopters and high-speed trains, this means the iPhone 4 is more durable than most so-called tough phones. And it's more scratch resistant than ever to boot, to ensure that the beautiful, super high density 960-by-640 backlit LCD display stays as stunningly crystal clear as when you first open up the box.
The iPhone 4 is also home to a stainless steel band, which is five times stronger than standard steel. This adds to the robust feel of the phone and its incorporation in the design is what has allowed this iPhone to be incredibly compact.