Το iPhone 4 δοκιμάστηκε από εκπροσώπους του τύπου που παρευρέθηκαν στο WWDC 2010 και το iPhoneHellas σας μεταφέρει τις αντιδράσεις τους:
Joshua Topolsky (Engadget)
- Shockingly thin.
- The screen is truly outrageous — you basically cannot see pixels on it. We’re not being hyperbolic when we say it’s easily the best looking mobile phone screen we’ve ever laid eyes on.
- The build quality is really solid. The home button feels much snappier, and on the whole it just feels like a tightly-packed device, but it’s not heavy.
- The side buttons are really nice and clicky.
- iOS 4 is very familiar — there’s not a lot added to fit and finish.
- The general speed of the whole OS is way snappier. The camera app in particular is noticeably faster — shots get snapped in an instant.
Jacqui Cheng (arstechnica)
- The phone definitely feels good in the hand—not slippery like the original iPhone, but the same squared-off hand-feel that you don’t get with the 3G or 3GS.
- Video chat: This worked sparingly during the demos because the WiFi was spotty, but when we played with the video camera on its own, what we saw looked good.
- As for speed, the iPhone 4 is fast. It’s hard to perceive the differences between an iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS, but it’s definitely on the speedy side, on par with the iPad.
John Gruber (Darring Fireball)
- In addition to being thinner than the 3GS, the iPhone 4 is narrower. The display spans almost the entire width of the device, and it feels smaller in your hand.
- The build quality is incredible. It feels dense and extremely rigid.
- iMovie for iPhone is impressive as hell.
- The flat metal edge makes it feel much more like a camera when you’re using it as a camera.
- Speaking of the camera, the 4 has a wider angle lens than the 3GS camera. This is a good thing, in my book. It’s not a lot wider, but it’s noticeable.
- After using so much aluminum in recent hardware designs, it’s interesting that they’re using stainless steel for the iPhone 4. Update: Stainless steel can be used as an antenna; aluminum can’t. That’s the explanation.
- iBooks for iPhone adds Georgia as a font choice. I presume that will come to the iPad version, too.
- Renaming the OS from iPhone OS to iOS is welcome.
- Google remains the default search engine in iOS 4, but on all the demo phones in the hands-on area for the media, the search engine was set to Bing.
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