So, another year, another iPhone. The latest version of Apple's iconic touchscreen smartphone is now available and it brings with it a whole host of new and innovative features.
t's also received a number of system software updates since this review was first written, and is now running iOS 5.1. This means it has most of the features of the iPhone 4S except the Siri voice-recognition system.
Every year Apple hits us with a new, shiny iPhone. This year, we are finally getting features that we've wanted for a while now, such as a new design, front facing camera, a better quality camera with flash, and of course a much improved screen.
with features like a super-fast A4 CPU, a new front-facing camera and five megapixel shooter on the back, a completely new industrial design, and that outrageous Retina Display, no one would argue that Apple has been asleep at the wheel. So the question turns to whether or not the iPhone 4 can live up to the intense hype. Can it deliver on the promises Steve Jobs made at WWDC, and can it cement Apple's position in the marketplace in the face of mounting competition from the likes of Google and Microsoft? We have the answers to those questions
Very high-resolution display
FaceTime video conferencing
720p video recording
Storage capacity not expandable
Wireless connection issues