By . Iphone X. At Wednesday, October 07th 2020, 19:30:58 PM.
You Cant See The Top! Lets you want to grace your iPhone screen with a wallpaper of your favorite actress. You save it to your computer upload it on your iPhone then you realize that most of her head is eclipsed by the iPhone top overlaid controls. This is not would you were expecting right? The iPhone overlaid controls are the digital clock on top and the "slide to unlock" control at the bottom.
So your asking whats the point here? The point is with it being 2008 we still are living by a cabled mentality with regards to our communication abilities. Many of us still have landlines in our homes and most of us grew up with at least one land-line in our home regardless if we had cellphones as well. This will not be the case for the current and upcoming generation. Devices like the iPhone make it possible for us to do whatever we need to do online without wires. Even with Cell phones having Internet capability for full functionality in the past we simply piggybacked our laptops on top of our cellphone Internet connection. With mobile devices like the IPhone we no longer need to do so. In fact we dont need any special cables or wires to do so either. By simply opening up the integrated browser on the IPhone we are granted the freedom to browse download and exchange data without wires!
Aside from the colour scheme one of the first things you will notice about the Apple iPhone 4 White is the display quality on the screen. The screen measures 3.5 inches and boasts an extremely high pixel resolution of 640x 960. This equates to 326 pixels per inch which is more than the human eye can perceive. Therefore you could hold it close to your eye and you still would not be able to make out the individual pixels. This results in unparalleled levels of display quality which makes viewing HD video footage on the screen an awe-inspiring experience. The TFT capacitive touchscreen is a pleasure to use and has virtually zero lag thanks to the power of the 1GHz Apple A4 processor (the same chip used in the Apple iPad) which offers ample computing power to handle the most demanding of tasks and applications with ease.