I just broke my 3g so got an iphone 4 32g as an upgrade as I have loads of paid for apps.Posted 7 years ago
To be quite honest I’m not overly impressed.
Can’t quite see why it would exceed expectations. To be fair I’m underwhelmed. Yes it’s better but not by much.
But, each to their own as they say.
I upgraded from a 3G to a 4, and the extra memory and the much superior camera alone have made it a totally worthwhile upgrade. The change in shape I personally prefer, it’s stronger, I cracked the case on the 3G dropping it and hitting the headphone jack on my leg, the steel frame stops that happening. It’s also better for using as a spirit level…;0)Posted 7 years ago
It’s just an all-round better devise than the 3G. The camera is just so damned good, though, and installing HDR Pro has been a lot of fun playing around with HDR photos; the HDR capability built into the latest iOS update is really too subtle to be very use most of the time. I was down in Clevedon and Weston-Super-Mare today with my phone and my Nikon D60, and I took way more photos with the phone, basically because I can batch upload to Facebook, upload straight to Photobucket and Flickr without needing the laptop.
Had mine 3 days after upgrading from a 3G.
I was sceptical before upgrading, but I am pleased I did.
It’s faster, brighter with a better camera and battery life.
Oh and it doesn’t seem to suffer from dropping signal/calls in use.
I am a fanboi, but this has exceeded expectations.
That is all 🙂Posted 7 years ago
its not bad but still no substitute for my gf1
Well of course! I wouldn’t argue with that for a second, but a GF1’s difficult to stuff in your jeans pocket, unless you want interested bystanders to get very excited to see you. 😉Posted 7 years ago
The second pic was taken using HDR Pro, which has a range of sliders for tweaking the shot after its been taken, which I like. The shot of Wolf Parade’s singer/guitarist was a straight photo using available light.
the ipod sound of the 4 is way better than that of my old ipod classic or the ipod touch that i played with, now to find some good headphones with a built in mic!
Ultimate Ears. The SuperFi 3Pro’s don’t have a mic or remote, but they have replacable leads, and you can get new leads with the mic and remote. They’re around £50-60ish with the leads around £20, but if you don’t want to go that far the MetroFi220vi’s or Superfi 5vi’s do the same and are a lot cheaper, I’ve got all three, and they’re all excellent.Posted 7 years ago
The iPhone 4 iPod bit is better than my 1st gen Nano and on a par with my Sony MP3 player.
I’m massively impressed with the camera, esp. the HDR function.
It’s my first iPhone and to be honest they’re brill, everything in one box
What bike for the all in one box transporter solution?Posted 7 years ago
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