[Merged] Misc Positive iPhone 4 Reactions

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by eezing, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. eezing macrumors 6502

    eezing

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    A list of all the new features the iPhone 4 has that other phones don't (cough... EVO, cough cough).

    - Finger print & Scratch resistant glass screen with 960x640 screen resolution (326 ppi)

    - Three-axis gyro (knows where it is in 3D space, huge for gaming)

    - Extended battery life: 7 hours on 3G, 10 hours WiFi, 300 hours stand-by

    - At least 16GB memory out of the box

    - 802.11n

    - Video chat capable out-of-box

    - External stainless steel antennas for all wireless functionality

    - iMovie

    - iBooks

    - Netflix


    ... That's all I can think of for now.
     
  2. i-John macrumors 6502a

    i-John

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    It's not the best iPhone out now... because it's not out yet.
     
  3. LoganT macrumors 68020

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    I'm really excited about the gyroscope, mainly for the Air Mouse Pro.
     
  4. drtyrell macrumors member

    drtyrell

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    Finally, something truly awesome

    Yes, the iPhone 4 is a true innovation bordering on revolution for most of us. Even though Japan has had video and two way calls for nearly a decade, it's nice to see it done BETTER than any other attempt to date. Now we just need to get the F**K off AT&T. Then the world will be perfect, and kittens and puppies will fall from the bushes.

    Bravo Apple!
     
  5. galahan macrumors member

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    I find the coolest part of it to be the fact that it'll be "open" allowing android, BB OS, Win, etc... to add support for it. Seems like a no brainer but it really would've been bad to keep this locked down.
     
  6. bundu macrumors member

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    Innovation? No, that was the original iPhone.

    Revolution? LOL. Serious?

    Catching up to other platforms must be serious business.
     

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