by Chuong Nguyen | June 8, 2010 1:41 AM
The best part, for me, about the iPhone 4 is that it brings the pixel count to over 300 pixels per inch, which means that text and images are rendered as crisply as printed paper. Texts that are small in PDFs can now be readable, especially in the iBooks PDF viewer. The high pixel density screen, modern construction with smooth lines, and sleek stainless steel finish and reinforced glass that Steve Jobs says resembles Sapphire crystal and has the strength that's 30 times as tough as plastic all give the iPhone 4 a unique place in the stylish and functional category. The highlight of iPhone ...
by Chuong Nguyen | June 8, 2010 1:34 AM
We got some face time with FaceTime at WWDC for video calling on the iPhone 4. Currently, video calling is limited to WiFi, meaning that you would initiate a call over your carrier's network and must also be connected to a WiFi hotspot or router to activate FaceTime. Within the app, you can switch between the front and rear cameras to show yourself off or the action around you to your caller, as well as rotate your device seamlessly between portrait and landscape. Steve Jobs says that there is no set-up required for FaceTime, but both calling parties do need iPhone 4 hardware for the ...
by Brandon Miniman | June 7, 2010 3:25 PM
The iPhone 4, as it is now officially called, is going to bring a wave of innovation to the smartphone industry just like the original iPhone did back in 2007. There's a tremendous amount of new stuff to talk about with the iPhone 4, so let's break it down. The Retina Display Probably the most impressive aspect of the iPhone 4 is its display, which has an astonishing 960x640 resolution. Comparatively, the phones with the highest resolution displays out there right now (like the Google Nexus One, EVO 4G, and HTC HD2), have screens with 800x480 resolution. Remarkably, Apple was able to ...
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