IPhone 4
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16 GB: $199
32 GB: $299


June 24, 2010


Retina display and FaceTime

Operating System:

Original: iOS 4 (GSM model), iOS 4.2.5 (CDMA model)
Last: iOS 7.1.2 (released June 30, 2014)

Screen Resolution:

960×640 pixels
326 ppi
3:2 aspect ratio


Black and White


4.50 x 2.31 x 0.37 inches (114.3 x 58.6 x 9.3 mm)


4.8 oz

Homepage: (archived)

The iPhone 4 is a model of smartphone from Apple Inc which succeded the iPhone 3GS of 2009.


Like previous models of iPhones, its key features included a native mailing app, a web browser, SMS messages, a phone function, and an iPod player, among other things. The iPhone 4 originally shipped with iOS 4 and could be upgraded up to iOS 7.1.2.

It first came in in 16 and 32 GB versions, only in black. On February 7, 2011, Verizon released a CDMA iPhone 4, ending Apple's exclusivity agreemnent with AT&T. A lower cost 8 GB model and white version became available later, unlocked from Apple's website.


iPhone 4 features a new 5 megapixel camera with four element lenses, improved white balance and tap to focus for video. a front 0.3 megapixel camera for FaceTime is included. HD 720p video is included. Retina display gives 4x more pixels than previous generation, 326 ppi at 960x640.



iPhone 4 rear camera

The iPhone 4 is the first iPhone model to have dual cameras. The front features a 0.3 megapixel selfie camera. The back has an upgraded 5 megapixel camera with an LED flash and can now record in HD 720p video.


Main article: FaceTime
IPhone 4 video calling

IPhone 4 video calling

The iPhone 4 adds a new feature to the iPhone line, FaceTime. FaceTime allows a user to make a video call over Wi-Fi connection to another iPhone 4 (or up), iPod Touch 4 (or up), a Mac running 10.6.7 or later, or an IPad 2 or later.

Retina display

Main article: Retina display

The display on the iPhone 4 is designed by Apple and manufactured by LG. It features a multi-touchscreen with pixel density of 326 pixels per inch (ppi)and res. of 960x640. The screen is marketed as a "Retina display", based that 300 ppi at 12 inches from the eye is the maximum amount of detail the human retina can distinguish.


Death grip

Due to the placement of the antenna in the iPhone 4, users were experiencing a loss-of-signal when gripping the iPhone 4, dubbed as "Antennagate". Apple discovered the cause of the "dramatic drop in bars" was due to the formula they used to calculate signal strength. In an update to iOS, they fixed the formula. On July 16, 2010, Steve Jobs announced Apple would provide a free case to all iPhone 4 customers to increase signal strength. This was said to be corrected with the release of the CDMA iPhone 4, now available on Verizon. After iOS 4.2 released, the "Death grip" problem disappeared.



A Mercedes iPhone 4/4s cradle


An iPhone 4 Bumper is a ring of rubber that surrounds the edge of the iPhone 4. The Bumper is designed to strengthen the signal of the iPhone 4. A different design had to be made to the iPhone 4 bumpers to fit the CDMA version of the iPhone 4 which was released in early 2011. This is also available for the iPhone 4S as well.


The iPhone 4 was originally released exclusively to AT&T in the U.S. On January 11, 2011, Verizon announced that they would be selling a CDMA version of the iPhone 4. They added a 'Mobile Hotspot' feature allowing users to use the iPhone as a wireless hotspot for up to 5 connected devices. They also incorporated a new antenna which was said to solve the "Death grip" problem.


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    • ARM Cortex-A8 32-Bit Core Processor
      • ARMv7 and THUMB-2 Instruction Set
      • 1Ghz (underclocked to 600Mhz to prevent overheating) → 1Ghz (underclocked to 800Mhz to prevent overheating)
    • 256MB SDRAM → 512MB SDRAM
    • Integrated PowerVR SGX535 Graphics Card
  • Toshiba TH58G6D1DT (NAND Flash Storage)
  • Marvell 88W8686 (Wi-Fi)
  • Broadcom BCM4325 (Bluetooth)
  • Infineon X-Gold-608 → Infineon X-Gold-618 (GSM), Qualcomm MDM6600 (CDMA) (Phone, Messages, and Cellular Data)
  • Infineon Hammmerhead II PMB2525 → Broadcom BCM4750 (GSM), Qualcomm MDM6600 (CDMA) (GPS)

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