June 24, 2010

Lines, Lines and More Lines Welcome iPhone 4

Like last three years, iPhone 4 launch this year has also generated lines of people around the globe. Japan was the first country to get the iPhone 4 and over thousand people waited in line for the launch at the Apple store in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district. At Softbank’s main store in Tokyo (Apple’s carrier partner in Japan) another few hundred people waited for the highly anticipated iPhone launch.
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June 23, 2010

Review Roundup: Apple iPhone 4

Apple introduced the new iPhone 4 featuring FaceTime video calling, highest resolution Retina display, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, HD video recording, Apple’s A4 processor, 3-axis gyroscope and up to 40 percent longer battery life on June 7th. The phone has all-new design of glass and stainless steel and is the thinnest smartphone in the world. We have added the best iPhone 4 reviews available online below.
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iPhone 4 Arrives Early, But won’t Activate for Some Customers

Many iPhone pre-order customers are reporting that their iPhone 4 have already arrived two days before the actual launch date. However, some of the customers are also reporting that their phones won’t activate and AT&T has told them that it would take until tomorrow to start the activation process. Apple announced a day after they started taking pre-orders for the new iPhone 4 that they have received over 600,000 handset pre-orders in less than 24 hours. All the customers who ordered their handset on 15th June should receive the new handset on or before 24th June launch date.
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June 21, 2010

iPhone 4 News: Pre-Orders Shipping, Some Orders Cancelled and White Model will be Available on Launch

Apple has started shipping the new iPhone 4 pre-orders on Sunday. Many customers have received shipment notifications from Apple informing them that their orders will be delivered on June 24th by 4:40 PM. AppleInsider has posted image of both the shipment notification and FedEx tracking showing that some orders are shipping directly from Lantau Island, Hong Kong, the FedEx shipping site at Hong Kong International Airport.
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