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Sound only worked with headphones, they were going to replace it, but not in the color, so my son kept the phone.

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Most stylish phone ever

Very great phone from revolutionary company! Trusted brand excellent quality! I fell in love with the products of apple com from very first touch. This phone is an essence of stile innovation and comfort. It took everything best from its predecessors and become even faster and better! Retina display is cristal sharp!
Apple environment with app store will get you whatever application you want.
I will definitely recommend this phone to buy!
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I phone 4 -Everything you could ever want in a phone.

This is definitely a good phone...great for managing all your favorite applications, email, texting, instant messaging etc. The battery needs charged fairly often if you use the phone often, but so does every other smartphone. One positive though is that it does charge fast.Read full review...

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Apple iPhone 4 - State of the art product

Its a high tech product which offers great design, top quality, never seen before hardware (e.g. gyroscope or retina display), great camera with lots of features and top quality video capture 720p and literally tons of applications. I love the ease of use this product offers. What I dislike is that it needs lots of protection (bumper cases, films etc.) in order to preserve its top quality but all these extras make the phone chubby and ugly. I also hate the fact that there is no FM radio receiver. Other than that the phone can do pretty much anything you could possibly imagine. I would definitely buy it again.Read full review...

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The best phone

The iPhone 4 is a very cood value for money best phone to muth tremendous improvement over the previous phones from Apple. Battery life alone is enough to sell a brand new notebook, there's no reason the same shouldn't apply for a smartphone. Being able to deliver real world battery life use of between 5.5 and 10 hours on a single charge is quite impressive. And if you aren't using the phone nonstop? Expect even longer battery life.

On top of the battery life improvements Apple finally plays catch up and surpasses the technological advancements in its Android competitors. The 4's camera is as good as it gets today and the scre...Read full reviewen is a beauty. I don't believe this advantage will last for the lifetime of the iPhone 4. The phones that are in development today at least surpass the 4's specs in terms of raw CPU speed. Given that Apple's retina display is in high volume production already I'd expect other manufacturers to pick it up in due time.

And believe it or not, even if you upgrade to the iPhone 4 today in another 12 months it'll most likely be replaced by a dual core version that you'll want even more.
The lower clocked A4 was most likely a result of wanting to save battery life, a tradeoff I'm willing to accept. The 512MB of RAM was an unexpected surprise, and a giant disappointment to iPad users. The extra memory comes in handy while multitasking, something the iPad won't be able to do until this fall. By then it's probably only a few more months until updated iPad hardware, which will almost certainly feature the same 512MB of RAM as the iPhone 4. It does mean the early iPad adopters got shafted a bit. They got a much lower density screen and less memory than the iPhone 4, despite a higher upfront cost
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The iPhone 4 (also called iPhone HD) is THE cellphone

The iPhone 4 is the ultimate upgrade to the iPhone line.

I've owned each iPhone from day 1 of their launch dates.

(Please also read my reviews of the iPhone 1.0, 3G, & 3Gs)

I've owned a cellphone since 1992. I've always had a "top of the line phone" (I've always had AT&T = formerly Cingular = formerly BellSouth Mobility)

In 17 years having cellphones, I've had over 100 (Yes 100+) different models & makes.

I've also had a few days each with the Palm Pre and Motorola Droid - neither compare to the iPhone 4.

The screen on the new iPhone 4 (also known as the iPhone HD) has to be seen to be believed. One hing that not many people are saying about the iPhone is that the screen seems to be a part of the glass not slightly recessed behind a piece of glass.

Besides the screen that's been compared to a high end laser printer for text, the new iPhone has a new button arrangement that are easier to press and understand their functionality.

The iPhone 4 also has a new antenna that delivers almost twice the performance for cell signal, bluetooth, and wifi. The casing IS the antenna!

The wifi signal has been boosted from 802.11g to 802.11n - greatly extending the range, security, and bandwidth of the signal.

The new camera on the iPhone 4 bumps up from the 2 megapixel on the original iPhone and bumps up from the 3 megapixel on the iPhone 3Gs. (Original and 3G shared the same camera & processor)

I had an original Apple Quicktake camera and it was amazing even though it was below a megapixel - when Apple discontinued cameras in 1998 I longed for the day when they would again create a camera using their expertise. With the iPhone that happened - with the iPhone 4 the perfect camera now exists! A camera that can instantly share a picture or video on the internet, thru email, or save for later. A camera that has ON device editing - even through Photoshop using the Adobe Photoshop app.

The iPhone 4 also adds a front facing camera which allows you to video conference with other iPhone 4 users.

The iPhone 4 also brings a new operating system (to all iPhones) and multiple application use (multitasking) to the 3GS and iPad, and iPhone 4.

The iPhone 4 uses GSM - an international standard technology for cellphones.

Verizon & Sprint use CDMA (& variants) - this technology is found in very few places widespread outside the USA & Europe.

While the iPhone 4 also has better GPS functionality - the Google maps app is decent but not the best - but the best app for GPS certainly got better with the better antenna and the new accelerometer/gyroscope in the iPhone 4 - try Navigon - it ROCKS!

Because an iPhone uses standard iPod sync & charge cables, accessories are easy to find.

Battery life is very good & improved from the previous generations of iPhones; even when utilizing power draining features like Wifi & Bluetooth.

I can actually use the calculator on an iPhone, unlike on other cell phones where you have to figure out corresponding keys.

I have a lot of music nearly 2000 songs and a GPS app that takes up almost a gigabyte, plus nearly 1000 pictures on my iPhone and the 16GB model is perfect for me - leaving me with 4 gigs of space left.

You'll want to get this "unlocked" version if you want to use your iPhone in the USA on a different network = TMobile!

I now have zero complaints about the iPhone 4. My complaints are relegated to AT&T!
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iphone 4

The iPhone 4 is a tremendous improvement over the previous phones from Apple. Battery life alone is enough to sell a brand new notebook, there's no reason the same shouldn't apply for a smartphone. Being able to deliver real world battery life use of between 5.5 and 10 hours on a single charge is quite impressive. And if you aren't using the phone nonstop? Expect even longer battery life.

On top of the battery life improvements Apple finally plays catch up and surpasses the technological advancements in its Android competitors. The 4's camera is as good as it gets today and the screen is a beauty. I don't believe this advantage will last for the lifetime of the iPhone 4. The phones that are in development today at least surpass the 4's specs in terms of raw CPU speed. Given that Apple's retina display is in high volume production already I'd expect other manufacturers to pick it up in due time.

And believe it or not, even if you upgrade to the iPhone 4 today in another 12 months it'll most likely be replaced by a dual core version that you'll want even more.
The lower clocked A4 was most likely a result of wanting to save battery life, a tradeoff I'm willing to accept. The 512MB of RAM was an unexpected surprise, and a giant disappointment to iPad users. The extra memory comes in handy while multitasking, something the iPad won't be able to do until this fall. By then it's probably only a few more months until updated iPad hardware, which will almost certainly feature the same 512MB of RAM as the iPhone 4. It does mean the early iPad adopters got shafted a bit. They got a much lower density screen and less memory than the iPhone 4, despite a higher upfront cost
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Nice experience

I have to admit that I was not really sure if the iphone is for me. I heard a lot about the antennagate problem and I was a bit skeptical. Now after using it for a while I think I am made the right decision when I bought it. Very nice in hand, elegant and reliable. Tons of cool feature including very sensitive touch screen, super fast response and hi quality sound. To be fair I don't think I can talk about all the good thing. For the down side, the battery dies in two days with a moderate use. I use it only to surf the net on wifi ( which consume more power) . Also, the iPhone 4 is not yet really jailbroken if you are look to change AT&T, although we expect the jailbreak batch to be around within days! To round up, in my opinion the best product I ever had.Read full review...

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awesome product!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The good: The iPhone 4 offers enhanced performance, a lovely new display, and an improved design. It also adds a ton of sorely needed features, both by itself and through the iOS 4 update.
the iPhone 4, Apple again shows that it is a powerful player in the smartphone wars. It won't be for everyone, the call quality and reception vary if you don't use a case, and AT&T's network remains a sticking point, but the handset's striking design, loaded feature set, and generally agreeable performance make it the best iPhone yet.

Read more: http://reviews.cnet.com/iphone-4-review#ixzz1XxA0ms3k
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iPhone 4 rev

I bought the IPhone4 five weeks ago and I was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this phone. It has a 5Mpixel camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The Phone size is perfect for carrying in a pocket and the battery has a pretty good lifespan about 4 hours using internet and videos, many days only using the phone. There are a lot of free apps to download. My only complaint is that the sometimes lost the carrier signal for a little time. It's easy to use, quickly access to the menu, fast surfing the web using safari, pictures and videos are HD, cool. Retina screen is stunning.Read full review...

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