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Apple iPhone 4 In India To Be Launched This September

Apple’s new iPhone 4 smartphone is launched across many counties in the world this 24th of June. Many iPhone freaks for India are waiting for its launch here, And now iPhone is expected to launch in this September.

As we have seen that previous iPhones launch were delayed for long time & also at very high price. This time during its US launch Vodafone assured to bring the all new iPhone 4 to India soon.

iPhone 4G in India

The smartphone is already rolled out is many countries like – United States, France, Germany and Japan.

As we know that iPhone till the date has most advanced & well developed touch screen experience, which is now again increased with their new In-Plane Switching technology (IPS) for enhanced touch experience.

As Apple’s CEO  Mr. Steve Jobs stated, “The new iPhone has the IPS technology, an advanced LCD technology which is better than OLED technology. IPS gives incredibly sharp text, images and video.”

As people complained about Apple iPhone 3GS showed up with reduced battery life compared to iPhone 3. This time they have taken care of the thing by providing  40 % longer battery life, which is considerable upgrade.

The iPhone is featuring all new iOS 4, which offers Wi Fi, iFace for video calling, iMovie for editing movies on iPhone, iBooks for reading your favorite books like on iPad.

This iPhone is featuring  3.5-inch multi-touch ‘Retina Display‘ with a resolution of 960×640 & camera of 5 MP for recording 720p High Definition video recording.

Many of its miscellaneous features includes Bluetooth 2.1, Geo tagging for images & videos, support for many languages.

The exterior panels of iPhone 4 are coated with fingerprint resistant oleophobic coating,3.5mm headset jack, secondary mic etc.

Very interestingly, this update of iOs 4 is also available for iPhone 3GS & iPod touch. This amazing gadget is expected to cost around Rs. 35,500 for its 16GB version&  Rs. 41,500 for  the 32GB.

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  1. Web browsing on the iPhone renders you the whole experience– hi-fidelity images, banners and ads included, as if you were on a desktop browser, so it doesn’t surprise me that AT&T is essentially getting desktop-sized usage out of its cellular network. Imagine if you had tethered your laptop or desktop to your Blackberry and you’ll get the same heavy usage patterns, too.