The Apple iPhone 4 finally made it to India after having been announced nearly a year ago. The previous generations have enjoyed quite a bit of attention and needless to say, the community has been waiting eagerly for the handset to launch officially. Of course, it has been here, through ‘other’ means, so most Apple fans have already gotten comfortable with it and the scenario of getting Apple mobiles a bit earlier than when it officially launches. The iPhone 4 has been made available through two carriers – Aircel and Airtel. However, don’t fret, it’s also available unlocked through the same stores as well as Apple affiliated dealers like the Imagine and Maple stores as well as places like TATA’s Croma stores.
iMovie will be handy for editing 720p video
This is the fourth-gen model and Apple has been constantly setting a standard for touchscreen smartphones and let’s face it, as good as the competition may be, they’re still playing catch-up to the overall UI experience. If you’re still in a quandary about buying the iPhone 4, my review below should help you make up your mind whether or not it’s worth spending the kind of money required.
A secondary mic at the top to help suppress ambient sounds for voice clarity.
FaceTime for video calls is a one touch operation.
iPhone 4: Amazing Phone, But A Little Too Late
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