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Engineering Details of iPhone 4

Apple’s experienced designers and engineers have designed the iPhone in a very smart way that has redefined the definition of the phone. iPhone 4 is the thinnest smart phone and its all contained in a beautiful enclosure a mere 9.3 millimeters thin.

Engineered Glass: iPhone 4 is situated between two glossy panels of aluminosilicate that is used in windshields of helicopters and high speed- trains. It is durable, scratch resistant and most importantly can be recycled.

Retina Display: The 960-by-640 backlit LCD display has a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch, making it the highest-resolution phone screen ever. Due to this the text displayed is remarkably sharp and graphics are incredibly vivid.

Stainless Steel Band: The alloy used in making the band is 5 times stronger than the stainless steel. It provides structural rigidity and provides it with a thin, refined design. Also works as antennas.

Apple A4 Processor: The A4 chip is remarkably powerful hence, iPhone 4 can perform complex jobs like multitasking, editing video along with maximized battery life.

Accelerometer + Gyro: iPhone 4 consist of 3-axis gyroscope and if accerometer is added to it , then iPhone 4 is capable of advanced motion sensing such as user acceleration, full 3D attitude, and rotation rate.

Camera + LED: iPhone 4 shoots fantabulous 5-megapixel photos and stunning HD video. It captures beautiful images even in low-light settings. The built-in LED flash does double duty like when you’re taking pictures, it works as a flash and while shooting a video it can stay on to light up the scene.

Mic / Speaker: iPhone 4 has 2 micophones. The main mic at bottom is for phone calls, voice commands and memos. The second one near headphone jack is for face time calls. It enhances the quality of phone calls in a better way.

Multi Touch: You can control everything with your fingers with iPhone 4’s large multi-touch display and innovative software. Multiple touches can be registered at once for supporting advanced gestures.

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