History of the iPhone 4 32GB
Available since June 2010, the iPhone 4 32GB model is the current top of the line smartphone offered by Apple. Recognized by The Wall Street Journal as the best device in its class, the iPhone 4 sold a record-breaking 1.7 million units in just three days after being released in only five countries. Currently available for service in 28 countries, the iPhone 4 is expected to enjoy worldwide demand for years to come.
Although Apple broke its traditional production pattern by not releasing a new generation phone in 2011, the iPhone 4 did receive several updates that helped boost sales. In February, AT&T's exclusive agreement with Apple ended, enabling Verizon to release its own model that included several unique features. And, until April, the iPhone 4 was only available in black due to a faulty proximity sensor that held up production of the white model. Upon its release, the iPhone 4 witnessed a surge in sales.
iPhone 4 32GB Features
The sophisticated piece of technology features a lighter, slimmer design due to its internal antenna and a clearer LED liquid crystal touchscreen with Retina Display. It also includes a supersized 512MB of eDRAM, four times the amount included in the original iPhone, a faster Apple A4 processor and the latest enhanced iOS 4 software system. In addition to supporting Internet browsing, email functions, Bluetooth capabilities and real-time GPS assistance, the iPhone 4 includes multitasking functions, a gaming gyroscope, an enhanced media player and a book reader.
Consumers and critics were finally impressed with the mobile suite's 5MP camera, 720p video recorder and advanced editing programs, as well as the phone's ability to communicate with other Apple-enabled devices via Skype video calling. A personal hotspot feature is included in the new Verizon iPhone 4 model, allowing simultaneous connection of five devices.Sell a different iPhone >>