View Poll Results: iPhone 4: What do you think?
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I LOVE THIS THING!!!!!!!!!!!!
ahhh...its alright, no difference to me...
i didnt get one...
I dont like it!
Other: Please let us know what u think
- 06-26-2010, 09:00 AM #76
I love this phone
I absolutely love my new iPhone 4. I upgraded from a 3GS and I notice many large improvements.
I LOVE the screen. Everything is so crisp and fresh looking.
The speed of everything seems to have improved. Loading apps, start up, and the big thing for me... The navigation finds gps and route muuuch faster.
The camera- omg awesome. Wonderful high quality pics even in low light without the flash. Flash is a huge bonus. Video capture is amazingly good quality.
So many more things to list but all in all:
I Love this phone!
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- 06-26-2010, 11:23 PM #85
I played with my co-workers iPhone 4 for most of the day today. He was VERY nice and let me tote it around, almost as if it were mine. He knew I was on the fence. I am now going to line up at 6AM at my local ATT store (its actually RIGHT under where I live, I live in a building complex with shops underneath). I cant wait to have my own. I really wanted to test out Facetime but the boss turned off wifi to the building as a punishment for a co-worker watching a porno.
- 06-27-2010, 02:11 AM #86
Believe it or not there are some places that aren't over-run with cell towers and given the choice between no service and a lower signal service with AT&T, which would you pick?
Not all of us can have cell towers in our neighborhoods. The point is that some users were able to use their 3GS or 3G iPhones just fine in these same areas prior to the iOS4 update and or their purchase of an iPhone 4.
Last edited by OTACORB; 06-27-2010 at 02:15 AM.
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A nice surprise for me is that I've noticed that the back of my iPhone4 isn't showing fingerprint smudges like I expected: it's very minimal compared to the back of the my 3GS which always looked yucky. Does the back glass have the oil resistant coating as well as the front?
The battery life is improved over my 3GS. My usage time was 4 hours and 45 minutes when run down to 20% vs 3 hours and 30 minutes on the 3GS. I've kept the settings the same on both phones. This is a very nice improvement, but I haven't seen the amazing results that some have reported.
I love the way that IP4 feels in my hand: it's such a nice, high quality, feel.
Multitasking is great: I have to keep reminding myself that's it's available and to double click the home button.
I'm so glad to have a better camera with HD video in this phone: much better pictures.
The screen is wonderful. I think that I would have upgraded if the retina display had been the only improvement (well, maybe not, but this display is terrific). Having easily changeable backgrounds without jailbreaking and using winterboard is nice: the backgrounds dress up the display nicely.
I'm in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, so I've had no reception issues. I remember when I got my 3G in 2008, I would have 5 bars while driving down a road, pull into a parking lot and get "no service", pull back out onto the road and get 5 bars. At that time, 3G reception in the Apple Store in my area was awful. AT&T fixed things and now 3G has been good here, generally. Of course, their corporate headquarters is here, now. I was in Durant, OK on Saturday, which has no AT&T 3G, and it was maddening. I saw a lot of 3G iPhones there, but it would drive me crazy to be on EDGE all of the time.
Anyway, I digress. I love my iPhone4!