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iPhone 4, 8.89 cm (3.5 ") , Retina, 960 x 640, Multi-Touch, 3G, 1GHz, 16GB, 5MP, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, White
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Apple iPhone 4, 3.5", 16 GB, 8 MP, iOS, 4, White
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Apple iPhone 4. Display diagonal: 3.5", Display resolution: 960 x 640 pixels. Processor frequency: 1 GHz. Internal storage capacity: 16 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 8 MP. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 3G. Operating system installed: iOS, Operating system version: 4. Color of product: White. Weight: 4.83 oz (137 g)

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-10-28
Testseek has collected 313 expert reviews for Apple iPhone 4 16GB White and the average expert rating is 87 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
87%
Source Review comments Score
toptenreviews.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
When the iPhone 3GS hit the stores, people went crazy. It was faster, had a longer battery life and had quite the list of added features. The Apple iPhone 4 is no different. With four times the pixel count of previous iPhone models, dual cameras and vi...
Good The phone gets a strong advantage with its ability to switch between cameras during a video call and its Retina display...
Bad There is no option to expand memory or SD slot available.
Bottom line The iPhone 4 is steps ahead of the cell phone game with the addition of crisp video calling and entertainment capabilities...
100%
recombu.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple's annual update to its iPhone comes at a time when the latest Android handsets from companies like HTC are providing stiff competition. iPhone 4's big selling point is its sharper Retina Display screen, a beefier processor and battery life, and a...
Bottom line Every iPhone elicits strong reactions from the fanboys on one side and the detractors on the other. Picking your way between the hype and the hate, there's no doubt that iPhone 4 is a hugely impressive smartphone. It corrects key flaws in the previous...
100%
mobilechoiceuk.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Slick and intuitive, the iPhone 4 finally adds the features users have been demanding for years – and it does so masterfully. Related links News Leaked memo confirms Apple iPhone 4 reception issues Apple set to fix 'death grip' iPhone 4 problem Apple i...
Good Multitasking, incredibly intuitive video-calling, even faster and slicker interface, video editing, improved camera, touch-screen and keyboard even more responsive, deliciously high-def screen, easily the best app store on the market...
Bad Some apps pause, rather than run in the background, so you can’t leave a page to load while you do something else; less customisable than smartphones such as Android.Look and Feel...
Bottom line Slick and intuitive, the iPhone 4 finally adds the features users have been demanding for years – and it does so masterfully...
100%
maclife.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The hype swirling around the iPhone 4 has been unmissable. But is Apple’s newest smartphone really that great? To find out, we put three of them through an extensive regimen of testing, tapping, taking pictures, and much more. The iPhone 4 isn’t partic...
Good Fantastic new dual camera with flash enables 5MP stills, HD video, and FaceTime calls. Gorgeous screen. Significant battery-life improvements. Zippy A4 processor runs iOS 4 smoothly. Better, faster 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity. Lovely design.
Bad AT&T is sole U.S. carrier. Doesn’t sit in hand as comfortably as older iPhones. Glass finish is slippery and smudgy. Must be docked to upload HD video to YouTube.
Bottom line The iPhone 4’s impressive leaps in performance, its hefty roster of new features, and that lovely screen cement its position as a powerful pocket computer and camera that also makes phone calls. Whether you just bought a 3GS last year or you’re consid...
100%
recombu.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple's annual update to its iPhone comes at a time when the latest Android handsets from companies like HTC are providing stiff competition. iPhone 4's big selling point is its sharper Retina Display screen, a beefier processor and battery life, and a...
Bottom line Every iPhone elicits strong reactions from the fanboys on one side and the detractors on the other. Picking your way between the hype and the hate, there's no doubt that iPhone 4 is a hugely impressive smartphone. It corrects key flaws in the previous...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2011-10-28
Organising apps into folders is a great idea, and allows you to store over 2,000 apps, but it's annoying that all the folders look the same at first glance – the tiny app thumbnails they contain are too small to be recognisable, even with the hi-res d...
Good Best phone screen ever. Super-fast. Decent 5MP camera. Thin yet solid...
Bad Old apps look rubbish on hi-res screen. No Flash. Battery life still not great...
Bottom line Shinier, faster, slicker. Still the greatest gadget ever, but more so...
100%
toptenreviews.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple keeps wowing their customers with their cellular devices that seem to do it all, or at least offer an app that can do it for you. The Apple iPhone 4 is a multimedia cell phone that is full of features that will keep you connected, updated and a l...
Good The Apple iPhone 4 features video chat and HD recording capabilities...
Bad This multimedia cell phone is only available in 16GB or 32GB.
Bottom line The Apple iPhone 4 contains all the features necessary to create the ideal multimedia cell phone...
100%
toptenreviews.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Rarely do smartphones create such an uproar as the Apple’s iPhone 4 did when it entered the smartphones market. The retina display, video calling features, access to thousands of applications and the ease of multitasking were a few of the features that...
Bottom line The Apple iPhone 4 is the leading smartphone with its retina display and video calling capabilities...
100%
recombu.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple's annual update to its iPhone comes at a time when the latest Android handsets from companies like HTC are providing stiff competition. iPhone 4's big selling point is its sharper Retina Display screen, a beefier processor and battery life, and a...
Bottom line Every iPhone elicits strong reactions from the fanboys on one side and the detractors on the other. Picking your way between the hype and the hate, there's no doubt that iPhone 4 is a hugely impressive smartphone. It corrects key flaws in the previous...
100%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Plenty of things can change over the course of three years in the mobile world as technology seems to leap new heights constantly when devices are being packed with intricate hardware and an accompanying platform experience to make it gratifying. The s...
Good Super smooth Retina Display, Video calling through FaceTime, Smooth looking 720p video recording, Nostalgic and beautiful looks, Quite decent battery life...
Bad Poor signal connection on some units, Sound quality could be better, WiFi needed for FaceTime...
Bottom line Another year, another iPhone right? It's only natural to see an abundance of consumers get giddy knowing that Apple is launching their latest iPhone every summer – from what we've been experiencing so far. The iPhone 4 received the biggest makeover t...
95%
whatdigitalcamera.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
When Apple entered the mobile phone market with its first iPhone in 2007, it was credited with introducing a device that would change the world of mobile phones forever. The iPhone managed to combine all the elements of a smart phone in a body boasting...
Good Retina Display, Improved camera functionality, FaceTime, Design, Glass casing, app store...
Bad Pricey, camera not the best on the market...
Bottom line With the launch of the iPhone 4, Apple have opted to use the tagline of ‘This Changes Everything. Again', and though it's hard to agree with that statement in its entirety, there's no doubting that the iPhone 4 has advanced mobile handset technology. A...
94%
askmen.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Few gadgets in history have ever had such a soap opera-worthy introduction to the world like the iPhone 4. Leaked to the public early thanks to a slip up by an Apple engineer and the debatable motives of a fellow bar customer, its body style, inner com...
93%
engadget.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 is no small thing to review. As most readers of Engadget are well aware, in the gadget world a new piece of Apple hardware is a major event, preceded by rumors, speculation, an over-the-top announcement, and finally days, weeks, or months of...
Good Amazing new industrial design, Retina Display is stunning, iOS 4 makes major improvements...
Bad Annoying popup notifications, Reception is improved, but still has issues, Desperately needs widgets...
Bottom line We're not going to beat around the bush -- in our approximation, the iPhone 4 is the best smartphone on the market right now. The combination of gorgeous new hardware, that amazing display, upgraded cameras, and major improvements to the operating system...
90%
technogog.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The good news is the iPhone 4 is finally here, the bad news for those in the United States is they are still stuck with AT&T. Preordering snafus, long lines and activation delays aside many people wanted to be the first to own the latest Apple phone...
Good Screen Looks Fantastic, HD Video, Mulitasking added, Improved Form Factor, Email Message Threading...
Bad Still only AT&T in the States, Anecdotal antenna issues found, SMS tones still not fully customizable...
Bottom line The iPhone 4 is a great device, one which hasn’t left my side since I received it. Transitioning from my iPhone 3G to the iPhone 4 is analogous to driving in the mud to racing down the Autobahn at full speed. Apps such as the Navigon Mobile Navigator...
90%
engadget.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The Verizon iPhone 4 is an interesting product for Engadget to review. Firstly, it's not exactly a new device (not in any outwardly noticeable way). From design, down to its CPU, RAM, and even cost, this iPhone is the same as the AT&T model... save for th...
Good Far fewer dropped calls than AT&T version, No Verizon crapware, It's the iPhone 4...
Bad Data rates slower than AT&T model, Hotspot interrupted by incoming calls, Poor overseas roaming options...
Bottom line If you haven't caught the theme of this review, let us spell it out -- this is very much the iPhone 4 that people have come to know and love. It's not the next generation Apple device, it's not a wowee-zowee LTE experiment, and it isn't a revolution in mo...
90%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 is the best iPhone ever. That's for certain. It's the best media playing phone on the market, a terrific camera phone, and a truly awesome game-playing phone. It's not the best phone-calling phone, but we've gone well beyond the era whe...
Good Gorgeous screen. Jewel-like design. Fast processor. Tons of apps. Unparalleled media experience. Great camera.
Bad Cellular reception issues. FaceTime video calling is limited.
Bottom line Apple's iPhone 4 adds a gorgeous screen, terrific camera and faster processor to Apple's awesome app experience, but voice calling still isn't this phone's priority...
90%
extremetech.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 is the best iPhone ever. It's the best media playing phone on the market, a terrific camera phone, and a truly awesome game-playing phone. It's not the best phone-calling phone, but we've gone well beyond the era when everyone bought handh...
90%
macnn.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 3GS provided several incremental upgrades over its predecessor, but without any significant evolution in overall design. The first three generations share the same external form of the original iPhone released three years ago. In that same...
90%
electronista.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 3GS provided several incremental upgrades over its predecessor, but without any significant evolution in overall design. The first three generations share the same external form of the original iPhone released three years ago. In that same p...
Good Fantastic display, Longer battery life, Faster, Attractive, slim housing, Multitasking and folders, Video calling, Decent camera, 720p video...
Bad Antenna issues, Still AT&T exclusive, No Flash support, Multitasking management sometimes awkward, FaceTime only works with other iPhone 4s...
90%
pocketpccentral.net
Updated:
2011-10-28
After three years of paradigm-shifting dominance from its predecessors, the world had very high expectations for Apple’s 4th Generation iPhone. That phone, iPhone 4, was released last week to resounding applause - and pointed criticism. The reaso...
Bottom line iPhone 4 is the best Apple smartphone yet. It’s fast, relatively inexpensive (if you sign two years of your wireless life over to AT&T), beautiful and – largely – functional. But signal problems, if unresolved, will be its Achilles’ Heel. This is a...
90%
cgena.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
There’s always hype whenever Apple introduces a new product, don’t you agree? We’ve seen it with their latest generation of iPod, the latest lineup of MacBook Pro laptops, and of course the most recent hit the iPad tablet computer. One thing you have...
Good Excellent build and design, very nice Retina display,great OS, fast processing...
Bad Reception problems, Micro SIM support only, iTunes-dependent, memory not expandable...
Bottom line The Apple iPhone 4 is more like a luxury item, but regardless of its price we don't see it as something worth investing on. Next year a new model will be out no doubt. But with this year's model's antenna problems and slow improvement of its function...
90%
knowyourmobile.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
There’s no denying that the iPhone 4 is probably Apple’s most hyped phone yet.All previous iPhones are pretty behind in technology compared to other smartphones – most notably Android – as Apple has concentrated on making one device with a few tweaks...
Good Amazing screen, iOS4, Premium hardware...
Bad Still no card slot, Apps need updating, Autocorrect text annoying...
Bottom line The iPhone 4 is an update every iPhone user should opt for. A top smartphone will almost full smartphone capabilities...
90%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
Finally! It’s really here, and this time, it’s for real – no joke. Yes, Apple’s wonderful smartphone has been the topic of conversation amongst loyal customers for quite some time, and despite seeing an onslaught of high profiled Android devices being...
Good Stunning Retina Display, Solid design & construction, Better calling quality, Good battery life...
Bad Basically a 7month old model, Domestic use only, No Flash Player 10.1 support...
Bottom line Okay, so here is the most crucial part about the Verizon iPhone 4 that you need to ask yourself. Should you go out and buy one now? Before jumping the gun and making that impulse purchase, there are some key things you’ll probably want to keep in min...
90%
i4u.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Today I am going to look at the iPhone 4. The things have finally in stores enough that I was able to walk in and buy one. I loathe pre-orders and ordering stuff like this online. I bet that there are lots of gadget hounds out there that feel the same...
Good Fantastic screen, Much improved battery life...
Bad Glass front and back make cracking the glass twice as likely...
Bottom line The iPhone 4 is a very worthy upgrade for most users from the 3G/3GS and the original iPhone. I have still not found a device on AT&T that I would rather have than the iPhone 4...
90%
pcworld.in
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple is a company with some clear priorities when it comes to designing mobile devices. The ideal Apple mobile device is razor-thin, with a simple design and killer battery life. You can see those principles at work in the iPhone 4, the latest generat...
Good Gorgeous highresolution screen, Fast A4 processor with lots of RAM, Easytouse FaceTime videoconferencing, 5megapixel camera takes great stills and good HD video, Longer battery life than previous iPhones, Support for iOS 4 features, including multitasking...
Bad Hand placement can disrupt cellular signals, Glass front and back could prove overly fragile, Not able to play back HD video to external display...
Bottom line A gorgeous display, high-quality camera, and fast processor are the best reasons to buy Apple's latest iPhone...
90%
mobilewhack.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
So despite the hordes of people longing desperately to get their hands on an iPhone 4, I finally, FINALLY, managed to go hands on with one of these. Harder than you think, too, I’ll tell you that much. And indeed, there’s every reason this thing is...
90%
computershopper.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
We have a long and storied history with the Apple iPhone. We were one of the ones who waited hours in line when Apple's groundbreaking smartphone was first released. Once we had it in our hands, we loved and cherished it like few other gadge...
Good Excellent call and data service; mobile hot-spot feature; long battery life...
Bad Can't use voice and data concurrently; won't support 4G service...
Bottom line The elegant functionality of the iPhone comes to Verizon's network, and our testing points to better performance. You'll have to make a few trade-offs from the AT&T version for the excellent call and data quality, however...
89%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The Apple iPhone is no longer the Superman of the cellphone world, despite all the hoopla, lines and glitz. Every carrier now has (or will have) at least one comparable Android superphone, such as Sprint’s EVO 4G, T-Mobile’s Google Nexus, the upcoming...
Good FaceTime video chatting, High resolution Retina 960 x 640 pixel 3.5-inch display, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash; HD video recorder, 16GB or 32 GB built-in memory, Long battery life...
Bad Sharp edges, Less memory than 3G S; no 64GB version, Greenish screen tone, No HDMI out, Orange hue on indoor photos, No external camera shutter button...
Bottom line Apple’s iPhone 4 delivers a super-sharp screen and clever videoconferencing abilities, but existing iPhone owners shouldn’t be in a hurry to upgrade...
85%
infosyncworld.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
It's good to be the king. Or at least it was. Until the rest of the land began forming their own castles and employing their own hierarchical structures and empowering their own citizens. Yes, the iPhone 4 is a dazzling new device that sits in a faded...
Bottom line Between the iPhone 4's image quality, beautiful Retina display, Web chat capability, multitasking in the revamped iOS 4, delicious build quality, and Roadrunner-quick operation, this is as close as you can get to the top of the entertainment totem pol...
85%
hardwarezone.com.sg
Updated:
2011-10-28
While the previous iPhone 3GS didn’t bring much of a design change to the iPhone 3G, Apple’s iPhone 4 has undergone a decidedly new look that’s very different from the previous generation. Most readers would already be aware of the changes, seeing as h...
85%
infoworld.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
InfoWorld has been putting the major contenders up against Apple's iPhone for several years, and the iPhone handily has won each time. But with Motorola Mobility's new Atrix 4G smartphone, the iPhone's reign may be coming to a close. The Atrix is in...
83%
mobilesroom.com
Updated:
2012-01-06
Apple iPhone 4 ReviewThere are smartphones and then there are smartphones. The power-packed iPhone4, the Apple’s blue-eyed baby, has finally got out and everyone is going gaga over it. Is it all hype or has it got what it takes to be a real head turner...
Bottom line So where does all that leave us with? Well, it not all hunky-dory here and there exist issues that can jeopardize your idea of a perfect smartphone experience. Somewhat below-par call quality, sluggish surfing speed and defective multitasking features...
83%
mobilesroom.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple iPhone 4 ReviewThere are smartphones and then there are smartphones. The power-packed iPhone4, the Apple’s blue-eyed baby, has finally got out and everyone is going gaga over it. Is it all hype or has it got what it takes to be a real head turner...
Bottom line So where does all that leave us with? Well, it not all hunky-dory here and there exist issues that can jeopardize your idea of a perfect smartphone experience. Somewhat below-par call quality, sluggish surfing speed and defective multitasking features...
83%
Laptopmag.com
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2011-10-28
This time it’s personal. No, we’re not referring to the increasingly testy rivalry between Apple and Google’s multiplying Android army. We’re talking about how much more personal a communicator the iPhone 4 is relative to its predecessor. For the first...
Good Incredibly sharp display, Best camera/camcorder available on smart phone, Gorgeous industrial design, Intuitive video chat, Longer battery life...
Bad No mobile hotspot feature, Lacks HDMI output, Data plan not unlimited, Signal degrades when you cover bottom left corner...
Bottom line Apple’s latest smart phone raises the bar for displays, camera quality, and two-way video chat in a remarkably slim and sexy design.
80%
mobiletechreview.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
with Thomas Slayton on Facetime Glass and stainless steel, still the apex of modern design. Though it might sound like I'm talking about a Manhattan skyscraper, I'm really describing Apple's latest iPhone. The iPhone 4 departs from the rounded corner...
Good Beautiful design, sharp display, Facetime.
Bad Not a phone you want to drop, reception and call quality iffy.
Bottom line Continuing reception issues aside, the iPhone 4 is the best iPhone yet, and it's still one of the best smartphones on the market. After 4 years, the competition is catching up though, and we've seen this before with Apple. I started life as an enginee...
80%
Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
There's something a little surreal about seeing "Verizon" in the upper left corner of an iPhone's screen. It signifies something monumental for those who have been waiting more than three years to get an iPhone that works on Verizon Wireless' network...
Good Solid 3G performance, Personal hotspot feature, Super-sharp Retina display, Excellent camera and 720p camcorder, Best-in-class App Store...
Bad Can't use voice and data simultaneously, Doesn't support global roaming, No 4G...
Bottom line Apple's best-in-class design and superior apps paired with Verizon's strong 3G network make for a stellar combination.
80%
mobiletechreview.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
You all know what the iPhone 4 is. Heck, even my grandmother has one. So we won’t bore you with a rehash of the iPhone 4’s features since the Verizon version is identical to the AT&T iPhone 4 other than the cell radio technology. Of course, the networ...
Good Gorgeous hardware, easy to use, more reliable calling vs. AT&T iPhone 4.
Bad The iPhone 4 is 6 months old, not a superreception phone.
Bottom line We know some of you have been waiting patiently for years to get an iPhone on Verizon. If that’s you, head to a store now and get your phone! If you’re not suffering from years of pent up desire and are happily using a high end Android phone on Verizo...
80%
tech2.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The Apple iPhone 4 finally made it to India after having been announced nearly a year ago. The previous generations have enjoyed quite a bit of attention and needless to say, the community has been waiting eagerly for the handset to launch official...
Bottom line As of now the only real competition the iPhone 4 has is Samsung’s Galaxy S II that’s better priced. The 16GB version is available for Rs. 34,500 and the 32GB sells for Rs. 40,900. While it’s a well built, feature rich handset, it’s steep, then again mo...
80%
maximumpc.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
We try to keep our Apple coverage to a minimum, as we know that it's not the favorite company of most of our readers. That’s why you generally won’t see a review of a new MacBook or iMac on this site even though these machines are, for all intents and...
Good Unparalleled screen quality; high quality camera; (sort of) multitasking...
Bad Needs a case to function properly; can only run approved apps; stuck with AT&T...
80%
g4tv.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
Video Review: The Verizon iPhone has finally arrived... and now it's right in the hands of Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey for a closer look. Find out what Apple has changed and kept the same in their new iPhone for Verizon Wireless, such as the new a...
80%
macworld.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
16GB iPhone 4 (CDMA, Verizon) Complete Coverage » Ratings 4.0 out of 5 Mice Feb 2, 2011 32GB iPhone 4 (CDMA, Verizon) Complete Coverage » Ratings 4.0 out of 5 Mice Feb 2, 2011 Similar Articles: Verizon iPhone 4: Preorder survival guide Verizon to...
80%
maximumpc.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
We try to keep our Apple coverage to a minimum, as we know that it's not the favorite company of most of our readers. That’s why you generally won’t see a review of a new MacBook or iMac on this site even though these machines are, for all intents and...
Good Unparalleled screen quality; high quality camera; (sort of) multitasking...
Bad Needs a case to function properly; can only run approved apps; stuck with AT&T...
80%
wired.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
After years as an iPhone customer on AT&T, I forgot what it was like to have a reliable, working phone.But over the weekend, when I called buddies with both an AT&T iPhone 4 and subsequently a Verizon iPhone 4, we could immediately tell the difference...
Good It’s a better phone, period. More likely to pull a signal, even indoors — this could change the way we converse at bars. Hotspotting is wellintegrated and very easy to use. Has a whiter, slightly betterlooking display...
Bad Slow data transfers compared to the AT&T iPhone. Sluggish app installs take away from the App Store’s instant gratification. Video streams are compressed more heavily, so Netflix and YouTube are uglier. No simultaneous voice and data transmissions thanks to the limitations of CDMA.
80%
about.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The GoodRetina Display is beautiful, clear to readMuch-improved camerasMuch faster web browsingiOS 4 supportImproved battery life The BadStill exclusive to AT&T in the U.S.Limited to 32GBReception issuesNot necessarily a must-have upgrade The Price$199...
80%
g4tv.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Video Review: Apple fan boys are rejoicing today, as the iPhone 4 finally arrives in stores. Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip review the next generation phone that measures 0.37" thin with the new Retina Display, 5 megapixel camera, HD video and more...
80%
itp.net
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 is the successor to the 3GS and is Apple's fourth generation iPhone. Is it worth your hard earned cash? In terms of looks and design the iPhone 4 is a very handsome handheld and easily trumps its predecessor. The smartphone feels very soli...
Bottom line While the lack of FaceTime is disappointing, the iPhone 4 has a mile long goody list that makes it one of the most desirable phones ever...
80%
wired.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple's fourth-generation iPhone makes its predecessors look like toys. Heck, even the iPad looks sissy now. It's an impressive upgrade. The iPhone 4 ditches the curvy plastic case of the older models in favor of a thinner, squared-off glass body laced...
Good Incredible display. FaceTime video chat is futuristic fun. Thinner profile feels great in your pocket. 5megapixel camera could replace your pointandshoot.
Bad The phone — one of the most important features — is still frustratingly unreliable. Antenna flaw for some lefties is lame. White balance in photos and videos is slightly off.
80%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
Apple's iPhone 4 is an oldie, but it's still good. At $399 plus $55 per month, Cricket Wireless's iPhone 4 is the least expensive iPhone with unlimited calling, measured over two years. While we recommend it, we can't give an Editors' Choice to a smartpho...
Good Great screen. Terrific app market. Easy to use.
Bad Expensive. Won't get some new iOS 6 features. Not available in several major Cricket cities...
Bottom line The Apple iPhone 4 is a powerful, easy-to-use smartphone for Cricket, but it's a bit too expensive for what you get...
80%
ilounge.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Click Below to Read the Rest of This Review: Page 1 - Introducing iPhone 4Page 2 - The iPhone 4 Big Picture: Pricing, Design, Key Features + Pack-InsPage 3 - iPhone 4 Technical Changes: Screen, Cellular, 802.11n + Transfer Speeds, Capacity + Battery...
Good The most museum-quality phone design yet from Apple, packing the most powerful iPhone hardware in history into the smallest and sleekest enclosure. Overall camera performance is outstanding, even by comparison with low-end dedicated still and video ca...
Bad Smudge, scratch, and shatter issues await users who avoid cases. Antenna reception is more noticeably reduced under some conditions than on prior iPhones, particularly impeding cellular performance in certain indoor environments. Despite improved scre...
Bottom line and RecommendationsA Note From the Editors of iLounge: Though all products and services reviewed by iLounge are "final," many companies now make changes to their offerings after publication of our reviews, which may or may not be reflected above. This...
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techtree.com
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2011-10-28
Expert Review MRP: Rs 34,500 (16 GB), Rs 40,900 (32 GB)The latest created controversies like no other. Early adopters were troubled by signal reception issues, and to add insult to injury, tried to teach them the right way of holding the phone. t...
Good Spectacular screen; Elegant design; Flawless UI; Huge AppStore; Gyroscope...
Bad Ridiculously expensive; Lack of Flash support; Absence of USB mass storage mode; No file sharing over Bluetooth; No FM radio; No widgets; No DivX XviD support...
Bottom line The iPhone features a superb design, and a gorgeous display. It offers a flawless touch UI, as well as unmatched sound quality. With a faster processor and "multitasking" support, it's surely the best iPhone till now. If you are already an iPhone user...
70%
pcmag.com
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2013-12-13
Apple's iPhone 4 is an oldie, but it's still good. If you're looking for the absolute cheapest way to run iOS apps on a smartphone long term, Virgin's iPhone 4 will deliver. It costs $100 less than the 4S, and it works with a $35/month data plan. But at $...
Good The least expensive iPhone available (with service, over two years). Excellent high-res screen. Terrific apps.
Bad Expensive. No 4G. Won't get all the features from the new iOS...
Bottom line Apple's iPhone 4 is still a good smartphone, but it costs too much compared with Virgin's Android-powered competitors...
70%
ilounge.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
Single-carrier exclusives on Apple’s iPhones evaporated one country at a time, eventually leaving only AT&T with a complete lock on the lucrative American iPhone market. The growing wireless provider profited handsomely from its early support of the...
Good A solid re-release of the most impressive iPhone yet, combining museum-quality design with industry-leading display and camera hardware, video calling software, and third-party applications that are rarely matched by rival devices. Developed primarily...
Bad Designed for Verizon’s large but slow CDMA wireless network, resulting in markedly reduced data speeds in some areas, and always preventing cellular data services from being used while calls are incoming or in progress. Lack of SIM card slot and GSM s...
60%
brighthub.com
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2011-10-28
When judging the iPhone 4 it is really not good enough to just look at it on its own terms, but instead you have to compare it to similar smartphones competing for consumer attention, as well as past incarnations of the iPhone. While the iPhone 4 is s...
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MotherBoards.org
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2011-10-28
So you are looking for a new cell phone and with so many a choices on the market, one thing is clear. The Apple iPhone in its many varieties was a game-changer. The launch of the iPhone in 2007 brought usable touch screen technology to the cell phone...
Bottom line The iPhone 4 is the biggest jump in hardware and software for the iPhone platform since the arrival of the first iPhone. The Retina Display is simply incredible with a 326 pixels per inch density that can't be matched at this point in time from any of...
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phonedog.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
600,000 pre-orders. 1.7 million estimated devices sold on day one. After weeks of excitement post-WWDC, the Apple iPhone 4 has launched and is available to anyone with time, $200-$700 (depending on your upgrade eligibility - or lack thereof), and p...
Bottom line When comparing iPhone 4 to iPhone 3GS, I feel like I'm working with a whole new device. Revised OS (though 3GS users can get iOS4 too), better screen, front-facing camera, improved rear-facing camera, significantly better battery life. If you're an...
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techreviewsource.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Wednesday, 23 June 2010 00:00 The all-new iPhone 4's release date is set for June 24th, but we've decided to take a look at the new iPhone a little early to let you know what it's all about. Running the new iOS4 operating system, the iPhone 4 featu...
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cellphonequick.com
Updated:
2014-01-18
Microsoft and Apple give a tough competition to each other.Apple has its own past principles which made it outdated when microsoft arrived with a tough competitive generation mobile platform.Now HTC Surround mobile brings the brand name into the spotli...
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computerworld.com
Updated:
2014-01-18
I've been using an iPhone for three years now, first the original iPhone then the 3G. I like the iPhone a lot -- but I'm not married to it. When I began hearing great things about the Sprint's Android phone, the HTC EVO 4G, I thought hard about switchi...
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techreviewsource.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
4.00 Most of the universe is already familiar with Apple's trend-setting . The new model from Verizon Wireless works just like AT&T's, except that's it's on Verizon's CDMA network. Yes, there are a few subtle differences—and I'll go into those in...
Good Beautiful ultrahighres screen. Thousands of apps. WiFi hotspot mode...
Bad No 4G. Needs a bumper for best reception.
Bottom line Both Verizon and AT&T make the iPhone available on standard smartphone service plans. AT&T's plans are less expensive for light data users, while Verizon's make more sense for heavy users. Both carriers have three tiers of voice plans: 450 minutes for...
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gcn.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
I was also impressed with the sensitivity of the touch screen. Other competitors, such as the Palm Pre, require two or three attempts when selecting an app located in a corner or along the edge of the screen, but the iPhone seemed to respond equally...
Good Easy to use; great screen; many useful business applications available.
Bad Reliance on AT&T network slows service; welldocumented antenna issues.
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phonedog.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple's iPhone 4 is truly a smartphone for the Beta Age. iPhone 4 is at once a state-of-the-art gadget that's a joy to use and a phone so hampered by issues that it really shouldn't be shipping. Voice calls sound far and away better on this iPhone tha...
Bottom line I could go on, but it all boils down to this: iPhone 4 takes what iPhone 3GS did and makes it better: Faster, richer, sharper, clearer … better. When it works right, anyway. Currently there's too much that gets in the way of iPhone 4 constantly workin...
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consumersearch.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
FaceTime video calling is cool, but mainly a novelty at this pointReviewers agree the iPhone 4 is the best yet, with huge upgrades to the iPhone 3GS (*Est. $100 with contract). Though its prowess remains undisputed, few critics are willing to peg it th...
Good Brilliant highcontrast display, Powerful 5megapixel camera, Unrivaled app store, Easy FaceTime video calling...
Bad Limited multitasking, Unreliable reception, FaceTime restricted to iPhone 4 owners...
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Theinquirer.net
Updated:
2011-10-28
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2014-01-15
Two of the newest smartphones to hit Verizon Wireless this year are the and . Both have a lot to offer customers, as the ThunderBolt is the first 4G LTE smartphone for the carrier, which also takes advantage of Android's highly-customizable nature, wh...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2014-01-15
In an epic battle between two heavyweights, we finally have an Android powered smartphone that’s worthy enough to challenge the iPhone 4 as the premier device on AT&T’s lineup. As we’ve seen in our , it didn’t back down in bringing forth an experience...
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mobile-review.com US
Updated:
2011-10-28
In Box: My today's task is simple and difficult at the same time. You have already had an opportunity to take a look at the material about the recent iPhone 4 presentation on our website. Here is the link: Last week, we published an article about...
Bottom line Why so little, you may ask? The answer is provided at the beginning of the article; that is much has already been said. Moreover, I want to prolong the pleasure and to treat you and myself to a detailed iPhone 4 in-use report in some time. What I like...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2014-01-15
For the better part of the last year, Verizon has been relying on its DROID handsets to spur business and take away any magic from the iPhone. But now that the beloved has finally joined the ranks, it presents somewhat of an interesting dilemma for c...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2014-01-15
We are always excited here at PhoneArena when we have to compare two outstanding handsets, but our excitement gauge breaks out of range today, because we are about to throw into the gladiator pit the top of the cell phone food chain.In the left corner...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2014-01-15
Garnished with the fact that it's been given the Google branding, the Nexus S could arguably be the flagship Android device out there with the determination to fend off the heated competition from the iPhone 4. Only fittingly, both the and aim to str...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
Apple’s iPhone 4 has been out for a while now, and Julie did a great review of the AT&T black iPhone 4 when it was released. Unfortunately, I’m a Verizon customer and had to wait through months of rumors before the iPhone 4 was available for us. I wa...
Good Beautiful screen with Retina Display, Great call quality on Verizon's network, Can use the thousands of apps in the iTunes app store...
Bad Can't surf and talk at the same time unless connected to the internet via WiFi...
Bottom line I’m very pleased with my iPhone 4. I’ve always liked Verizon’s reliability, and it seems my old feature phone caused my only problems with call quality. Calls are clear, and I haven’t had a single dropped call since I got the iPhone 4 – not that I ha...
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cellphonequick.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Every year Apple hits us with a new, shiny iPhone. This year, we are finally getting features that we’ve wanted for a while now, such as a new design, front facing camera, a better quality camera with flash, and of course a much improved screen.The iPh...
Bottom line 360 Degrees View Design: [...]...
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phonedog.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
ConclusionMost of what works on the iPhone 4 does so unbelievably well. The user experience is amazing, from the quality of the screen and the speed and responsiveness of the handset performance, to the camera features and outstanding battery life. I a...
Bottom line Most of what works on the iPhone 4 does so unbelievably well. The user experience is amazing, from the quality of the screen and the speed and responsiveness of the handset performance, to the camera features and outstanding battery life. I am one of t...
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mobile-review.com US
Updated:
2014-01-11
Today we are going to compare audio sections of several phones. If you like facts, figures and standards read on. I would like to mention that I am testing the methods of comparing audio sections here, so feel free to offer feedback on our forum. The...
Bottom line The winners of the test can easily compete with ordinary players like Cowon S9, J3, while Samsung Wave should not be used as a player unless you absolutely don't want to carry another device around. I will continue using iPhone as a system on the go a...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The Apple iPhone 4 is everything that a new piece of technology should be: It's innovative, attractive, and ahead of its competition. In comparison, previous iPhone upgrades seem inconsequential--that's how much iPhone 4 brings to the table...
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etechreviews.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Sum and SubstanceThumbs Up:Great display, improved design, lots of new features, better performance, lots of goodies offered by iOS 4Thumbs Down:AT&T reception is a cause of concernThe Whiz Kid Speaks:Apple iPhone 4 has a 3.5 inch Retina display with 9...
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recombu.com
Updated:
2014-03-26
UPDATE with video: Apple's annual update to its iPhone comes at a time when the latest Android handsets from companies like HTC are providing stiff competition. iPhone 4's big selling point is its sharper Retina Display screen, a beefier processor and bat...
Good The iPhone 4 is certainly a slinky piece of hardware: it's flatter and slimmer than the 3GS, with a toughened glass coating on the front and rear, and a stainless steel band running round the edges. It feels reassuringly solid too, although only time (and...
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gottabemobile.com
Updated:
2014-03-26
The iPhone 4S is the first iPhone on AT&T's wireless network that I can trust to place and receive calls whenever I need to in my hometown of San Francisco, thanks to a redesigned antenna.AT&T has a bad reputation in San Francisco for good reason: As the...
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fudzilla.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
When Apple introduced the original iPhone to the world on January 9, 2007, the IT industry responded with an intimate appreciation for a company that was willing to unveil a new paradigm for interfacing with a mobile phone. Without a previous track rec...
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gizmodo.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
How can a flawed iPhone be the best yet? Here's how: *** I'm at dinner. The waitress is slow to take our order. I don't mind. I reach into my pocket for the iPhone 4. It seems like the fifth time I'm doing this tonight. It's probably the fifteenth. I...
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slashgear.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Block-circling queues, midnight campers and stores with all the stock wrung out of them: it can only be a new iPhone. Apple’s iPhone 4 has landed and it’s taking no prisoners. Packing the freshly-released iOS4 with a slimmed-down, powered-up hardware...
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hardwaresecrets.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
The iPhone started the smartphone revolution, and in a few short years competitors are everywhere, but Apple continues to innovate with the newest version— the iPhone 4. The new phone, updated iOS operating system, and the anxiously awaited move to ava...
Bottom line With the best industrial design of any smartphone, an amazing Retina display, a great camera, and useful updates to the operating system, the iPhone 4 is working hard to stay on top of the fray. Yet, others are moving ahead with fresher operating syste...
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arstechnica.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Which iPhone comes out on top? The Verizon version of the iPhone 4 doesn't need a full review—partially because you've read a bunch already, and partially because there's not a lot to differentiate it from the AT&T iPhone 4. Yes, iFixit found a numbe...
Bottom line At least in Chicago (and, according to anecdotal evidence from our readers, mostly everywhere else too), AT&T's network performance on the iPhone is consistently faster than that of Verizon when it comes to bigger downloads. (This is the case even whe...
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androidauthority.com
Updated:
2015-01-01
The Motorola Atrix 4G has been receiving nothing but positive reviews since it's unveiling in early January, CNET awarded the Atrix the best smartphone of CES 2011 award . Popular Android blog TheAndroidPhone.com also dubbed it the best Android phone of 2...
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hothardware.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Here it is folks, the iPhone 4S from Apple. It's not the iPhone 5 like so many people were expecting, or at least hoping Apple would unveil. You won't find any obvious outwardly design changes, like a bigger screen or a redesigned chassis. Even the bac...
Bottom line Back when we reviewed the iPhone 4, we concluded it was...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
I’ve been using the Apple iPhone 4 since the day it was released. I ended up buying one without a contract since mine isn’t up for renewal till March of 2011. It was a pricey gadget purchase at over $500. Of course that never stopped me before But let...
Good Gorgeous display, Thinner case, 5MP camera with LED flash...
Bad Can't turn off video compression before sending to Youtube or Email, Multitasking feature is really task switching...
Bottom line It’s probably not going to be a surprise that I have a love / hate relationship with the iPhone 4. I’ve enjoyed using the iPhone since I purchased the original one. I love the display, the camera and of course, the wide variety of quality applications...
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macintouch.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Disclaimer: This review reflects the personal opinions of Robert Mohns, a freelance reviewer, who has no financial interest in the product. Our reader report sections offer additional unbiased discussion (both pro and con), and your feedback is wel...
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fudzilla.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
When Apple introduced the original iPhone to the world on January 9, 2007, the IT industry responded with an intimate appreciation for a company that was willing to unveil a new paradigm for interfacing with a mobile phone. Without a previous track rec...
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consumersearch.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Verizon iPhone almost identical to AT&T's At long last, the Verizon iPhone is here and it's "nearly the same as AT&T's iPhone 4," says David Pogue of The New York Times. Pogue notes that the Verizon version has at least one advantage over the AT&T iPho...
Good Colorful screen, Fast speeds, Easytouse touchscreen keyboard...
Bad No world roaming...
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androidauthority.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
With the upcoming Verizon release of the HTC Thunderbolt, it's bound to create some confusion for Android Smartphone lovers Stateside. The HTC Thunderbolt features some truly impressive specs, and with 4G connectivity to boot, is looking to be one of the...
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mobileburn.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. We've been using a Verizon Wireless iPhone 4 for the past few weeks and are ready to bring you some of our opinions on the phone. As you likely already know, Verizon's iPhone 4 is nearly identical to AT&T's ve...
Bottom line Overall the iPhone 4 on Verizon Wireless offers up a top-notch experience. In general, though, I'll probably end up sticking with my AT&T iPhone 4 because I like having the option to roam globally during trips to Europe. While Verizon's network in New...
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funkyfresh.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
Finally, we’ve got a level playing field for the iPhone and Droid to do battle. Verizon is set to unleash the iPhone 4 in early February and it couldn’t be better timing...
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infoworld.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Thousands (or even millions) of people are strongly considering the purchase of the second coming of the iPhone 4 -- the one powered by Verizon. But what might have been a slam-dunk decision a year ago isn't quite so clear cut now. For one thing, the...
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Theinquirer.net
Updated:
2011-10-28
We'll start with the hardware and look at the processor first. This time round the Iphone 4S has been given an A5 dual-core chip. It's an upgrade from the A4 processor in the Iphone 4, which is only single-core. It's the same chip that the Ipad 2 has...
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imore.com
Updated:
2014-03-13
This isn't a review of a color. It's a review of the ramifications of a color -- the white iPhone 4's 10 month delay, what caused it, whether or not those causes should be of any concern to potential buyers, and how competitive a device first introduced b...
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imore.com
Updated:
2014-03-13
The Verizon iPhone is one of the most anticipated smartphones in recent memory, made even more so by the endless rumors and years of waiting those who wanted it had to endure. Now it's here and while the radio has changed it's still pretty much the same i...
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intomobile.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
What, you didn’t think we’d leave Apple (NSDQ: AAPL)’s WWDC 2010 Conference keynote without getting some hands-on time with the slick new iPhone 4 and its feature-ladden iOS 4, did you? Following Steve Jobs’ keynote earlier today, press types such as...
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fudzilla.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
In the first half of our iPhone 4 review, we gave a brief historical overview of the iPhone platform since its introduction to the smartphone market in summer 2007, including its booming impact on the global smartphone market over the past three years...
Bottom line The iPhone 4 is an incredibly unique smartphone device that builds on a 3 year tradition in the Apple mobile product ecosystem. For the average consumer, it offers a significant improvement in battery life over its predecessors and promises to deliver...
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phonedog.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
The Verizon iPhone 4 is a much anticipated device and one that weighs in among the best we've ever had here at PhoneDog. While the iPhone 4 isn't exactly new, the CDMA version is. Some doubted it would ever happen, but after four years of sitting thr...
Good Solid build quality; great camera; good battery life; slim for easy pocketing; simple and easy for new users to pick up and learn.
Bad Very slick back; two slabs of glass versus one; larger capacity is a bit pricy at $300 on-contract; poor notification system.
Bottom line After four years of waiting and relentless rumors, the Verizon iPhone doesn't fully live up to its hype. It is a very nice device that offers a consistent experience with very few hiccups and is great for smartphone newcomers and veterans alike. But...
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computerworld.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Last Thursday, Apple released its latest bit of hardware, the iPhone 4. Perhaps you've heard of it? After months of anticipation, the iPhone 4 is finally in users' hands. Although many details were revealed in the Gizmodo leak in April, two months befo...
Bottom line Three years ago, when the iPhone was first released, I said it was easy to see why it would be a huge hit. It wasn't just the first convergence device to be brilliantly useful; it was also the first such device to be useful without requiring that its...
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gsmarena.com
Updated:
2014-01-17
The answer is that very often that's just the case. In browsing, it leaves all other smartphones in the dust. There's the occasional tablet that can come close but that's it. In 3D gaming, it breezes past top-end Androids. According to the Geekbench s...
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imaging-resource.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
If you stack them head-to-head, the iPhone 4 is not going to give a good, entry-level point-and-shoot digital camera a run for its money. The 5MP 1/3.2-inch backside-illuminated (BSI) sensor in Apple's iPhone 4 may be one of the best on the smart phone...
Good Best still and video image quality of any smart phone we've tried so far, Huge, growing abundance of photo apps in Apple's App Store enhances the picture-taking and sharing experience, Surprisingly fast simulated shutter response, Snaps good quality M...
Bad LED flash is weak and inconsistent, Flash produced blue cast in images when shooting in tungsten light, Getting the iPhone into camera mode and to first shot could be easier and quicker, Reds were soft and contrast was very high in test shots; colors...
Bottom line If you stack them head-to-head, the iPhone 4 is not going to give a good, entry-level point-and-shoot digital camera a run for its money. The 5MP 1/3.2-inch backside-illuminated (BSI) sensor in Apple's iPhone 4 may be one of the best on the smart phone...
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brighthub.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Apple has now became a household name that we have all come to love and respect. With the release of the original iPhone, the cell phone world has never been the same. The iPhone ignited the flame that started the smartphone war and every company has...
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about.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 is, without a doubt, one of the best smartphones on the market today. It's speedy, svelte, and certainly slick. But the iPhone 4 didn't impress me quite as much as I expected, and this phone is more of an incremental upgrade from the iPhon...
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anandtech.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
I'm not sure how this keeps happening. The first year I waited at a mall for 5 hours to get the original iPhone. The following year my friend Mark Rein convinced me to see a midnight showing of Hellboy II and then wait outside of an AT&T store all nig...
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cellphonequick.com
Updated:
2014-01-19
Nokia and Apple have announced two flagship devices, the Nokia N8 and the iPhone 4. While Nokia N8 has been launched in India, the iPhone 4 is soon going to be available here as well. Both these high-end devices look good, have strong attributes and co...
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pcmag.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
The iPhone 4 for Verizon Wireless is ... an iPhone 4 for Verizon Wireless. It looks, feels, and acts just like the existing iPhone 4 (and you can read our iPhone 4 review for more details), except for a new wireless hotspot app and a potential change t...
Good More apps than anyone else. Gorgeous screen. Great camera. Beautiful design.
Bad Phone call performance still unproven. No 4G LTE or world roaming.
Bottom line Everything consumers love about the iPhone 4 is now available on Verizon's well-regarded national 3G network...
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arstechnica.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 is Apple's "biggest leap since the original iPhone," at least according to Steven P. Jobs speaking at the WWDC 2010 keynote. Indeed, in the three years since Apple first introduced the iPhone, the device has come quite far. At the same t...
Bottom line Here are the downsides to the iPhone 4: The glass on the front or back may break if you drop it, though that's not a particularly new development in iPhone land. FaceTime chats only work with other iPhone 4 users for now, and may not work well if you...
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brighthand.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Every year Apple hits us with a new, shiny iPhone. This year, we are finally getting features that we've wanted for a while now, such as a new design, front facing camera, a better quality camera with flash, and of course a much improved screen. The iP...
Bottom line I'm pleased with the iPhone 4. It's hard to write complaints when Apple just keeps making the phone better and better. Nowadays though, there is more competition than ever. I personally like competition, because then the companies strive to make the b...
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barefeats.com
Updated:
2014-02-22
Added iPad 3 on September 22nd; also added link to Anandtech article. Our iPhone 5 was delivered at 2:52pm PST (Sept 21). So we rushed to get these benchmark results to you. Geekbench 2 runs two processor tests (integer and floating point) and two memo...
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barefeats.com
Updated:
2014-02-22
We observed a dichotomy involving the iPhone 4S versus competing smartphones. Look over the test results. In case you don't see it, we'll tell you. SunSpider Javascript benchmark tests the Javascript...
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anandtech.com
Updated:
2013-12-13
The story of the Verizon iPhone 4 is definitely an astonishing one. Leading up to nearly every iPhone release was endless speculation that a CDMA version would launch simultaneously, finally bound for the largest carrier in the US. The combination o...
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mobileburn.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 on Verizon Wireless delivers the reliable data and voice coverage AT&T has failed to provide, making this device a dependable partner for work and play.
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gsmarena.com
Updated:
2014-02-22
It’s not like you’re out of options. Here’s one. Another one would be to get a friend’s iPhone 4 and another friend’s Galaxy S, put them on a table, close your eyes and… tell your friends to bugger off. Or you can do it the old-fashioned way. Flip a w...
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Mobile88.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
All in all, it is still a good smartphone to have, with better hardware, a proven UI, and still remains a beautiful device. We don’t see Apple reducing the pricing for the iPhone 4, so we are expecting a similar contract – RM 2,400 onw...
Bottom line Everything old is new again with the iPhone 4, the device is follows the proven designs of previous iPhones but spruced up with a HD screen and video call camera. The iOS4 remains the bedrock of the device, with ease of use in mind. Apple is slowly pi...
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macworld.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
We got to spend a few minutes using two new iPhone apps, iMovie and iBooks. Given just how much processing power is required to edit video, iMovie’s performance was impressive. It felt very smooth. And the iMovie interface seems, if anything, more suited for the...
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phonescoop.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 brings some long-awaited features to the iPhone table, without trying to do everything the competition can do. The interface, the screen and the camera have all been dramatically improved, but will these be enough to keep Apple at the t...
Bottom line Apple is in trouble. When the original iPhone was launched, Steve Jobs said it was five years ahead of the competition. Now, while the competition is eagerly catching up to Apple in all of the iPhone’s best features, Apple seems unwilling or unable to...
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apcmag.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Please install the flash playerPage 1 - IntroNote: this review was done on an iPhone 4 locked to AT&T, so we weren´t able to test all of the features on Australian mobile networks (notably the telephony side of it!). Since its inception, the iPhone h...
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dvice.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
You've undoubtedly heard a lot of the hype about iPhone 4, but now that we have one in our hands, we'll tell you the most important reason why it's worth it to buy one. It's a reason that's immediately obvious to everyone who first holds this trinket...
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hothardware.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
It was this month last year that Apple launched the iPhone 3GS. Records were broken in terms of sales, and overall demand looked like it couldn't possibly be higher. It was Apple's third iPhone, and the 3GS was arguably the least impressive upgrade to...
Bottom line The iPhone 4 is an impressive device, there's just no two ways about it. The hardware design isn't drastically different, but Apple's subtle changes are significant in terms of impact. The antenna system has been overhauled, though you may need a case...
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gsmarena.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
We would be lying if we told you we don’t like iPhone 4. Quite the opposite, the iPhone 4 has a way to impress. The iPhone 4 is not the perfect smartphone but you’ll be inclined to believe it’s the perfect product. It can’t be just how they market it...
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barefeats.com
Updated:
2014-02-28
Apple says the iPhone 4S has a CPU that's "up to two times faster" than the iPhone 4. The GPU is said to be "up to seven times faster"...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2014-01-16
The smartphone universe became ripe again for camera comparisons, especially with the introduction of handsets, capable of recording Full HD 1080p video. That is why we took a few of the most popular high-end smartphones that are on the shelves, and st...
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geeky-gadgets.com
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2011-10-28
When I got my iPhone 4 last month, we did a brief hands on article with the iPhone 4, I wanted to test it out for a couple of weeks before doing our full review, this gave me a good chance to test every aspect of the new iPhone 4.The new iPhone 4 is th...
Bottom line The iPhone 4 is impressive, it is a huge improvement over the iPhone 3GS, in terms of design and functions, the new iOS 4 is a great improvement over the iOS 3 with a range of new features and some interesting applications.Apple has managed to create a...
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phonearena.com
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2014-01-16
The , and the are one of the best and most current representatives of rather different mobile operating systems – Symbian, Android and iOS. It's a long shot to compare the three as they are so different, but it gives us a bird's eye view of how the m...
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phonearena.com
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2014-01-16
Another year, another new iPhone, and also another new gargantuan HTC phone sporting a Microsoft mobile platform. With that in mind, it's only natural to pit latest the iterations of each smartphone against one another – but unlike last year, the playi...
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phonearena.com
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2014-01-16
The rivalry that exists between Microsoft and Apple has long been a familiar story as each company has been able to tell the tale of their existence amidst stiff competition from the other. In the mobile space, it's quite clear that Apple has taken a...
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phonearena.com
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2014-01-16
The iPhone took the cell phone industry by surprise in 2007, and managed to usurp half of its profits for only three years in active duty, with only 3% of the world's handsets sold. This was mostly at the financial expense of Nokia, which got knocked d...
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tomsguide.com
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2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 isn't perfect, but speeds and performance are impressive. Here's how Tom's Guide sees iPhone 4 a few hours after taking it out of the box. The front and back of the phone is now made up of "Gorilla Glass," made by Corning. Corning, a lead...
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ubergizmo.com
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2011-10-28
The iPhone 4 is the culmination of years of refining Apple's iPhone line of products.One by one, Apple has improved features and the latest iteration enhances a number of important elements like display, camera (with Flash), dual-microphone, larger ba...
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computerworld.com
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2013-12-13
Thousands (or even millions) of people are strongly considering the purchase of the second coming of the iPhone 4 -- the one powered by Verizon. But what might have been a slam-dunk decision a year ago isn't quite so clear cut now. Apple's iPhone 4: Th...
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slashgear.com
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2011-10-28
If the original iPhone was the most anticipated cellphone of its time, then the Verizon iPhone 4 has to be the most demanded variant since the first launch back in 2007. A launch rumor that managed to overshadow CES 2011 despite Apple having not a squa...
Bottom line A device is only as good as its weakest link, and for many iPhone users that link has been AT&T. Although there are plenty of satisfied users getting the best from their iPhones on the GSM network, there are others for whom the iOS experience has been...
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techsmart.co.za
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2011-10-28
We were somewhat apprehensive when we bore witness, via live streaming, to Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ iPhone 4 announcement earlier this year. Typically, smartphone fans either love or hate the iPhone - nothing in between. Nonetheless, the iPhone 4’s attrac...
Bottom line Overall, the iPhone 4 is simply the best smartphone currently available and is a significant step up from its predecessor, the iPhone 3Gs. Apple’s choices with regards to the design and additional features are really a home run and demonstrate the co...
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zomgitscj.com
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2011-10-28
The White iPhone 4 landed on our desk this weekend. Since we never actually had the opportunity to review the iPhone 4 when it launched, we figured we might as well take a look and see if a change in color makes this phone worth the buy, more than a y...
Bottom line So, a year after the original, is the White iPhone 4 worth buying?Let me put it this way. If you don’t need an iPhone right now, or for the next few months, then we’d advice you wait for the next generation iPhone 5 (or whatever it’s going to be calle...
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