Validating stuff with iphone 4
While i Phone 4 has an improved battery life, you'll still need to charge it every night.The steel rim acts as an aerial, too, and reception is noticeably improved.The i Phone 4 is powered by the same Apple A4 chip as the i Pad – and it shows.Pictures are full of details while screen text has never looked this good.In fact, you can read a webpage while fully zoomed out – if your eyesight's good enough. Being able to run Spotify in the background is a relief, so it's a shame O2 has ditched unlimited data in its i Phone 4 tariffs.The i Phone 4 is here – and it's the most significant update to Apple's mobile messiah thus far.
The screen is so responsive that it feels like it's one step ahead of you, and that teeth-grinding wait for the camera app is totally gone. If you thought the i Pad's screen was nice, look away now.The i Phone has almost as many pixels into a screen a quarter of the size.Elsewhere multi-tasking is limited but at least it doesn't eat battery life.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 display.
A bigger leap forward is the message threading that does wonders to group replies and declutter your inbox.The i Phone's battery-life is a victim of the Apple's success; we're so app-happy that it's hard to make a 3GS last a single day.