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.
6th December 2013
Ad-supported service coming to smartphones.
5th December 2013 – 1 comment
Think: lightweight body, heavyweight spec sheet.
3rd December 2013
Top-end phone still rules.
2nd December 2013 – 5 comments
Apple bags a brace.
29th November 2013
iPhone and iPad Mini 2 discounts a non-starter, though.
28th November 2013 – 5 comments
Production problems now a dim and distant memory.