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Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 32GB (AT&T)

Posted by admin | Posted in iPhone | Posted on 29-05-2011

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  • Does not include AT&T service contract
  • Facetime
  • Retina Display
  • Multitasking
  • HD Video Recording
  • 5MP Camera

Product Description
3.5″ TFT capacitive display, Scratch-resistant surface, Multi-touch input method, Accelerometer, Proximity, Three-axis sensor, 32 GB, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Two Cameras, GPS, Multitasking capable, A4 CPU
Product Features

* Does not include AT&T service contract
* Facetime
* Retina Display
* Multitasking
* HD Video Recording
* 5MP Camera

List Price: $ 599.98

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43 of 49 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
The 16GB and 32GB are the same exact phone., December 9, 2010
By 
Ghenghis (Monvolia) –
This review is from: Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 32GB (AT&T) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

Below is my review of the 16GB model that I purchased in September. The two models are completely identical with the only exception being the additional 16G of storage space. Performance is totally unaffected by this……. Please note that this is strictly my opinion of the phone itself, I have no knowledge of this seller or the condition of the phones they sell.

I had the 8GB 3G model and thought that was great, until I got a demo of the iPhone 4. Man is this version is light years ahead of the original model.

With a 1Ghz CPU, and 16GB of flash memory, this thing is a portable office/entertainment center par excellence. I’ve had this phone for 3 months without a single problem, the display is nice and sharp, the apps load very fast, and I now have over 130 apps to perform just about every duty you could possibly think of with absolutely no impact on performance. And on the ATT 3G network, I average download speeds of around 1.8Mbps, and over 1M upload speeds….and how do I know that, cause I got an app that tells me that’s how. BTW, the display is the equivalent of a 960×640 on your desktop (double the 3G model) so what you see is essentially a high res yield and page loads are superfast. And resident memory, after a full days use I just checked and still had 120Mb of Ram available. On the 3G model that number was usually down around 4Mb by the end of the work day and had to be refreshed.

I was in the computer/design/manufacturing business for 20 years, and this is by far the most amazing piece of technology I have ever seen or imagined. Even the battery life is 3x better than the previous model, and thats a good thing cause its integrated but a full charge should yield and entire days work of calls, emails, surfing the web, SMS messaging, and play. I no longer need my laptop cause there’s nothing I cant do with the iPhone, and that includes sending faxes, editing Excel or Word documents, and even printing. A flash for the 5MP camera, an HD video camera, and even real time video conferencing over a wireless network, and Bluetooth that unlike the 3G model is actually compatible with everything you throw at it, including Garmin GPS….just amazing. This thing even has 2 mics with noise suppression so calls are clearer on the other end. Man, Apple hit this one out of the park.

BTW, with all the apps, music, and videos I’ve got loaded on this thing I’ve still got 10GB of flash memory remaining. I cant imagine why anybody would need more storage, and the 32GB model isn’t any faster and doesn’t have any more features. You’ll need iTunes on your desktop to get the most out of this phone and iTunes can be a little intimidating at first but its worth the trouble, and all the instruction you need can be found on the web or Youtube for transferring photos, videos, music, apps, etc.

Update 12/09/10: I’ve been reading up on the “antenna problem” with the iPhone 4G and have this to say…. It is easily cured by slapping on a hard case or shell on the phone, which eliminates the issue I see some people complaining about. I have personally never experienced this issue because I left the AT&T store with a protective shell on my phone which virtually everybody I’ve ever seen with an iPhone has anyway. Very simply you CANNOT replicate the reported “death grip” problem with a shell around the outer frame. Cant be done. And BTW, I don’t know if its due to network improvements or what but lately I’m getting 4Mbps download speeds so if anything I’m happier with my purchase now than I was 4 months ago. Zero complaints, and that’s something most smartphone users of other OEM products can’t say.

A final word: Beware negative reviews on here that are filled with bad English and are authored by individuals who have written only one review (on the iPhone) and posted it in several locations on Amazon’s site. Its easy to pick these out, and they have no doubt been written by the same person. See the comments section for a definitive review on the Iphone 4 and the overblown “antenna issue” from Anandtech.com

A final final word: Apparently this phone from Worldwide Distributors is LOCKED! If you plan to use this phone outside AT&T’s network you are screwed. All the one star reviews are from idiots that paid $800 for this phone without doing proper due diligence.

Oh wait, I do have one complaint about the iPhone 4. Several times a month my girlfriend gets mad at me and hangs up in the middle of the conversation so I guess I’m suffering from this “dropped call” thing after all. haw haw

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
4.0 out of 5 stars
I can never go back!, February 7, 2011
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C. Au “sophisticated” (hawaii) –
(REAL NAME)
  

This review is from: Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 32GB (AT&T) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

The iPhone4 is the first smartphone I ever owned so I’m just going with what I know. This review is not regarding AT&T (service sucks), but I’m not reviewing AT&T.

I love the iPhone4 because of all the apps you can get to organize your life and it’s camera. Who knew that your life can be organized in the palm of your hands? I’ve been able to sell and buy off the eBay app. Purchase from Living Social, Groupon and Amazon. Price compare with RedLaser. Go on the internet to check email/search. I no longer have to carry my wallet/keys full of membership cards because I have an app that scanned all those numbers. I cannot live without my iPhone. The iPhone4 has now replaced my GPS, my calender book, my iPod, and point and shoot camera. My purse is now so much lighter.

Camera quality is superb during the day. Use at night isn’t so great. Gave 4 stars instead of 5 cause of camera and night mode quality.

I don’t know what I’ll do if I ever lose it…:/

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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful:
1.0 out of 5 stars
Drops Calls and has very poor signal strenght and reception!, February 16, 2011
By 
Dman “Dman” (Charlotte, NC USA) –
This review is from: Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 32GB (AT&T) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

I loved this phone but had to return it because it dropped 80% of the calls I made. I had an LG Chocolate and it never droped a call. If you compare the signal strength of this phone with others it will be less and I showed the guy in the Gastonia NC store how it had two bars less that my LG and the Droid X on display. I even bought a $300 signal booster which got it up to 4 bars at my office and it still dropped calls. Verizon told me the antenna is in the stainless edge and a holder might help. I decided to exchange it for the Droid X which seems to have a better antenna and signal strength. In my opinion, the product is not ready for market. Before you buy, compare the number of bars (signal) with your current phone and others you may be considering. Btw, tech service and customer service were awesome and they troubleshot the problem for over 3 hours. After I realized it was the Iphone4, they were happy to exchange it within the 15 day window. It was quite an inconvenience to exchange the phone and there was a $35 restocking fee, but it was better than the alternative of living with dropped calls for the next 2 years. Sorry for the bad review, but if you can’t complete a call what good is having the coolest phone in town?

BTW, I tried to leave this review on Verizon and after I left a 1 star review I was redirected to another page and the review didn’t take. After that I tried again several times and it said in the address bar “forbidden” when I clicked on leave a review. I guess that would explain why the phone has a 5 star review on their site. Don’t believe it, try it yourself. How unfair is that to consumers?

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