iPhone4 Review: Just A Tap Away

After collecting my micro sim card and got it activated on the new gadget, I was rather excited and couldn’t wait any longer to start stroking it. The next thing was my phone rang, and my fingers went all over the screen until the caller hung up. My manager laughed at me for being an iPhone noob ==” If you are wondering, it wasn’t because of its not user-friendly. It was me who was too new to the gadget that I can’t decide to tap on the simple “Answer” or “Decline” button.

Being an iNoob, the first thing that I would like to figure out would be the camera as my profession requires me to use cameras. This means that a handy and simple-hassle camera would be part of me.ย  Hence, I decided to test the quality of the iPhone camera (5-megapixels with LED flash) Therefore, these would be my first 2 shots. In short, just point and shoot! … and this is what I got!

DooDoo DollsSumi Vancouver 2010

Something which I truly can’t deny, the pictures’ quality is superb. Looking at the picture quality, I realised that Apple clearly cranks the noise suppression. The improved camera ease all my trouble especially when I work in a place whereby I need to capture pictures of tiny components. With the availability ofย  AutoFocus,ย  taking pictures became so handy for me as its simply hassle free which I do not need to try so hard just to focus on the object. The quality of the pictures taken with iPhone4 is compatible with those compact camera, which it has a very good exposure and colour. There weren’t any distortion. This is pretty impressive! I would say this is a suitable gadget for casual photographers as good quality pictures are just a tab away! I feel that the picture quality is actually at par compared to many pocket cameras.

Come to talk about tapping , taking pictures are only within seconds! I tried tapping on the capture button repeatedly and the pictures captured did not disappoint me. By tapping the screen it will call up a slider that allows you to zoom in up to 5x with simple sharing options on top of the image quality enhancements in the new rear camera.

Hence, on a separate event, I decided to stop by to take a picture under the scorching hot sun, overseeing Jerejak Island. Clear blue sky with beautiful white clouds.

Hot Sun

I tried sunset too, upon leaving office ๐Ÿ™‚


An embedded high definition quality in just a phone! Tremendous! On top of that, the VGA-quality front-facing camera makes life so much easier for camwhorers like me. I did this while I was caught in a jam in the morning.


Simple, easy and hassle-free. Just a tap away ๐Ÿ˜€

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6 Responses to iPhone4 Review: Just A Tap Away

  1. YEN says:

    OMG you’ve got your iphone 4 already, Em. I’m getting even more envious now. Can’t wait to get my hands on one!!! Love the superb pictures quality! ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Jess says:

    heheh guess what dearie! I have the exact same toy as u ๐Ÿ™‚ the white one. doodolls!

  3. Eboni Haymer says:

    I just picked up the HTC Incredible. I really enjoy it. Much superior than the Droid or Droid X IMO. The X is just too big. The HTC is still small enough and does all of the stuff I hoped for. look into it if you want the best.

  4. Han says:

    Is Malaysia iPhone4 using Miro Sim or normal Sim ?

    • millymin millymin says:

      Yup. Using Micro Sim card. Its standard for all iPhone4 across the globe ๐Ÿ™‚ For instance, like myself, I got the sim from Maxis whereby there are actually a Sim Card cutter, where you can cut the normal sized sim card to the size of a micro sim.

  5. Andrew Pelt says:

    Zune and iPod: Most people compare the Zune to the Touch, but after seeing how slim and surprisingly small and light it is, I consider it to be a rather unique hybrid that combines qualities of both the Touch and the Nano. It’s very colorful and lovely OLED screen is slightly smaller than the touch screen, but the player itself feels quite a bit smaller and lighter. It weighs about 2/3 as much, and is noticeably smaller in width and height, while being just a hair thicker.

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