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30th July 2014 – 1 comment
Massive drop despite launch of Galaxy S5.
30th July 2014
Projected profit slump at screen maker leads to concerns over iWatch release.
29th July 2014 – 1 comment
Nostalgic for surprises on iPhone launch day? Don't be, says Joe Minihane.
29th July 2014
Larger board appears to be from 5.5–inch model.
29th July 2014
But only on older devices.
28th July 2014
Leaker shows off new internal component, makes bold claim.
Apple’s fourth-generation smartphone has got the lot. With HD video recording, a best-in class display, tons of apps to choose from, a powerful processor, sleek design and a crisp white shell, this amazing handset is what the term ‘smartphone’ was invented for.
The iPhone 4 is regarded as Apple designer Jonathon Ive’s masterpiece and at just 9.3mm, the iPhone 4 is the thinnest smartphone so far. But that’s not to say that Apple has slimmed down on features. Far from it, in fact.
Under the iPhone 4’s hood you’ll find a powerful 1GHz processor that makes for a super smooth experience and makes the iPhone 4 a real pleasure to use. More importantly, you can flick between apps and features faster than ever before to get to what you want when you want.
And it’s no slouch in the camera department. With a five megapixel lens on board with a five times digital zoom with tap-to-focus functionality and an LED flash, you’ll get great results each and every time.
The iPhone 4 is just as impressive for video, recording 720p HD video to bring a feeling of real professionalism to your mini movies. And once you’re done recording, you can watch your clips back on the pin-sharp 3.5-inch super-high density retina display.
Other features of the iPhone include a secondary camera for video calling via the built-in Facetime app, e-reader functionality thanks to the pre-loaded iBook app, a media player and web browser with thousands of classics and brand new titles available to download, 8GB of storage space, 3.5mm headphone jack, gyroscope, push email and a multi-touch user interface for an intuitive smartphone experience.
The iPhone 4's battery offers up to seven hours talk time or 40 hours of music playback and ten hours of viewing media.