Apple iPhone Review
Here we take a look at the iPhone 4. After almost six months constant use, here is my in depth review of Apple's leading smart phone.
The first thing to note is that this phone looks great! Not only this, but it is so nice to use that I never tire of playing with it – this is saying
something after six months heavy use. Any other gadget and the novelty would have easily worn off by now.
First of all I will highlight the advantages of my free iPhone:
The first plus point has to be the design. This thing is beautiful, and I really can't see Apple making a free iPhone 5 any more beautiful to behold
than this. The smartphone is extremely durable as well. I do not keep it in a protective case and I must have dropped it around four times so far! Apart
from the odd scratch, there is no damage whatsoever. Very impressive. If this thing was constructed of cheap plastic then I'm sure it wouldn't look
anywhere as good as mine.
Applications are my second plus point and possibly my favourite part of the new iPhone. Thanks to Apple's quality control all of the Apps from the App
Store work perfectly. There is no forced closes, shut-downs or general glitches that often plague Android based smartphones. There is an App for any
conceivable occasion and there are new applications always being added to the App Store to stop you getting board. Some of the best Apps I have are the
BBC iPlayer (not even available on many Android cell phones), iFooty, Around Me and the London Underground status App. Most of the best ones are free
for iPad users as well as iPhone users.
Another plus is the screen, which is big and bright with a resolution that is simply stunning. Added to this, the touch sensitivity is superb with
excellent accuracy, especially compared to the cheaper screen found in the more budget devices.
The Safari internet browser is also brilliant. It is super fast and thanks to the resolution of the Retina Display web pages can be seen just a they would
on a regular PC or Mac. I remember when I first saw the white iPhone in the Apple store, the screen amazed me, and it still does!
My final plus point is Face Time. This App allows you to get free video calls by sending the data over the internet via the iPhone's integrated Wi-Fi
connection. You will need the other caller to have an iPhone 4, iPhone 5 or iPad 2 for the free calls to work. Face Time is included for nothing with the
iPhone and iPad.
Now to the problems, which in reality are few and far between.
The main issue I have discovered with the iPhone is the short battery life. That high resolution screen eats through the power and coming from a regular
cell phone I've been spoilt by my phone lasting for days without a re-charge. The iPhone can barely get through a day at times.
Also, I feel that the camera could be improved a little. It's a lot better than it used to be in earlier iPhone models, but not up to the level of competing
smart phones from the likes of Samsung and Nokia.
Overall the Apple iPhone is fantastic. It looks and feels great and the range of Apps available is superb and keeps expanding. Only the battery life is a major
drawback, but isn't this the same for most smartphones? Unless some of the competition can match the iPhone, I'm sticking with Apple for my cell phones in the
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