iPhone 4’s Impressive Reviews Paving the Way for iPhone 5

By on Feb 4, 2011 in Opinion, Smartphone, Technology Comments

After its first release on June 24, 2010, iPhone 4 has proven its worth not just for the ordinary consumer but in the field of video news gathering. New York Times uses the fourth generation iPhone to take videos and deliver the news anywhere. The High Definition Video Recording, HDVR, makes everything possible. The camera features a stunning 5-megapixel to give the clearest detail of subjects.

Even the reviews of iPhone 4 are generally impressive. Experts call it with varying names like, “the best device in its class”, “best smartphone on the market” and “more detailed and sophisticated” than its predecessors.

iPhone 4 is available in black. The battery can last up to 7 hours; the texts are remarkably sharp with the retina display showing 960-by-640 backlit LCD and include an accelerometer, built-in gyroscope and two microphones. The main improvement of the iPhone 4 from its predecessors is the uninsulated stainless steel frame acting as the device’s antenna. It runs with Apple’s iOS 4.2.1 operating system.

With every part of the world still crazy in having the iPhone 4, rumors are already circulating fast and flying thick about the release of the fifth generation smartphone. Apple is once again expected to redesign the revolutionary phone. It may feature LTE support, ultra-fast mobile internet and a digital wallet. However, if the alleged release continues this summer of 2011, either late June or early July, it will be the major iPhone launch without the presence of its CEO, Steve Jobs. Jobs is currently on leave for health reasons.

This video is uploaded by Apple showing how iPhone 4 changes everything.

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