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23rd July 2014
Fuelled by strong iPhone sales.
22nd July 2014
Well ahead of last year’s models.
21st July 2014
Time to start saving?
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Apple set to let the light in?
18th July 2014 – 1 comment
About that upgrade...
18th July 2014
4.7–inch model is first up, with 5.5–inch rolling off from August.
This is the top of the range edition of the iPhone 4, in which massive 32GB memory teams with HD video recording and multi-tasking for what could be the greatest Apple smartphone experience yet.
Measuring just 9.3mm thick, the iPhone 4 32GB is the world's slimmest ever smartphone. But despite its sleek dimensions it's got everything you could possibly want from a next-generation communications device.
As is the case with all Apple branded mobiles, the iPhone 4 offers users a staggeringly large selection of great apps to download from the App Market online software store. However, what makes the 32GB edition so desirable its that you'll have ample room to store as many of these as you like, along with music, movies, files and whatever else you require on your smartphone.
What's more, because of the powerful onboard 1GHz processor and the onboard, latest edition of Apple's operating system you'll be able to use multiple apps simultaneously and really make the most of your time.
Imaging capabilities is another strong suit of the fourth edition iPhone. The five megapixel camera with LED flash and a five-times digital zoom is the best snapper so far on an iPhone. But better still is that this mobile records video in rich 720p high definition to give a sheen of professionalism to your mini movies. And when you're happy with your opus, you can watch it back the super high-density Retina Display.
And that's not all. Thanks to the handy secondary camera this mobile brings video calling to the iPhone range for the first ever. That means you'll now be able to see your nearest and dearest while you're talking to them - bringing you that little bit closer however far you many stray.
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.
For years, Apple phones were the Ford motorcars of the smartphone world. That is they were available in any colour as long as it was black. But the arrival of the stunning white edition of the iPhone 4 has changed that forever. One glance at it is enough to see that iss gleaming colour scheme combined with the typically clean design makes Apple phones even more appealing than ever.
And make no mistake design is at the heart of this excellent smartphone. Nowhere is that more evident than in the glossy aluminosilicate glass that coats the handset's exterior. This is material that is ordinarily reserved for helicopters' windshields and high speed trains and has resulted in the latest iPhone being the most robust yet.
It also makes the iPhone 4 more scratch-resistant. That means that you'll be able to enjoy its other stellar design feature - the stunning super-high density, 60-by-640 backlit LCD screen - safe in the knowledge that it'll always look as good and deliver pictures as crystal clear as the day you bought it.
Finally, around the rim of the handset you'll find a stainless steel band. Not only does this enhance the phone's hard-wearing qualities, it also functions as a dual antenna for the best call quality around.