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.
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 – 9 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.