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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by yearofthe, Jan 13, 2011.
If you could change one thing of the iPhone 4, what would it be?
1. faster processor/ dual core processor
2. faster gpu
3. more ram
4. gorilla glass on the back
5. better scratch-proofing
The notifications/alerts system.
true functionality trumps performance...one of those drop down status bars like on *gasp* droid wouldn't hurt..
if i could change one thing it would be white.
-Intel Core 2 Duo
-15 megapixel camera
-1080p Front facing camera
-Colors (Red, blue, purple!)
Dedicated camera button. And perhaps a slightly larger screen.
Having a difficult time counting to one?
For me, like many others it would be an improved notification system.
just what I think....
as far as 1 change, I'd choose more storage. 32GB just isn't cutting it....
Make it 2mm thicker, use space for high capacity battery.
You forgot the associated increased battery [size] to support said features.
Somehow glass on a handheld (device) doesn't always work -- for various clumsy reasons.
The scratch proof glass thing would be nice. (And do away with the glass on the back, lest you increase the price of the overall phone and have the same type of glass back.)
One change leads to another.
I guess the one thing I would change would be the design. If they seriously combined the 3GS design with a retina display, front facing camera with 720p recording, and the 512MB of RAM, I would become Steve Jobs slave. :3
Just a general user interface refresh. It's getting really dated.
Once you get the iPhone 4 and use it you'll most likely decide the design is better than the 3GS.
Better notifications - including custom email and SMS tones.
put webos on it
As a person who only had an iPhone 2G for a year, what's so bad about the notifications?
All I want is better battery life and... some of you will bag on me for this one but LED notification please.
Notifications (like those for the Messages App) steal focus from applications.
When a notification comes up, you can either follow an action that the notification provides (like opening the Messages app to read a text message) or you have to ignore the notification.
These notifications also interrupt whatever you are doing. If you're playing a game, the game will pause.
Other operating systems put notifications into the background, so that they don't interrupt whatever you are doing.
You can come back to them when you are ready (and in any order - something iOS REALLY doesn't cope with).
The lame notifications.
Quick reply for texts.
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Since your question was abount iPhone 4 (hardware); the antenna. If it is about iOS; the notification system.
One thing! and isn't 4 & 5 the same thing.
Not locked to one carrier in USA.