both are nice bro but it is upto ur use there s no bluetooth in iphone but we can use jailbreak that is the one bad in iphone
i want to buy a mobile which one is best i phone 4 or h please help me.
iam confuse to buy iphone 4 or samsung galaxy mega 5.8 my friend is to buy iphone4 tell me
Air, 19 Aug 2013My iphone 4 buy 1month a go but this phone battery standby also not stay full day. Please adv... moretap 2wice the home button(single button iphones have)..you can see all running apps..click on one of them you can see red soft close button on them..close them when you are not using them
snakeeyes, 20 Aug 2013how is the experience of this for person who is an andriod useryou will find it great
Any of the iPhone is having a standard not like other android iPhone is best in quality,speed,work,fluency, apps and lots of more things
snakeeyes, 20 Aug 2013how is the experience of this for person who is an andriod userhi snakeeyes , currently im using iphone 4 for nearly 2 years . In term of quality , software stability , touchscreen response , camera & video hd good , security I feel great .
As for android (note 2 or quad cores), its flexible interm of media storage , screen sizes , multimedia friendly , better for geeks who likes try so many stuffs .
I have both stuff . Iphone for calling , text , fb , twitter , camera & hd video . still feels great after 2 years .Data plan is a must! . The only downside of iphone is no optional memory (cloud is better) , battery withstand 10 hours after 1 year ..
For android , better go for hi-ends like s4 / note series . smoother . But android got so many rubbish softwares .
Its up to u..
My iphone 4 buy 1month a go but this phone battery standby also not stay full day.
Please advice is it this phone have any problem (Why battery charge not stay??
Rakesh, 10 Aug 2013goddamn, i cant add any videos, somebody please give a suggestion????
Sir if u cannot add any videos no problem there is a way.
Download iTunes app in ur pc
Connect apple iphone via cable to pc
Then click sync option in ur iTunes app on pc
Then click add files option in ur pc and add videos which r in mp4only
Then letf click the video on movies on iTunes in pc and do drag and drop the video in ur iPhone that appears at the right side
Now ur video will be copied to iphone
Hi this is charan
I had used iphone 3 gs last 3 months ago.
In that phone there is a option i.e; without unlocking the iphone( unlock the key lock code) i ll reply to the message.
We can see that option in settings "allow access wen locked".
My question is
If this option is present in iphone 4?
I cant able to reply to message without unlock my iphone 4 although i have that option in my iphone 4
Wether i on that option also it ll not working yar
So please kindly help me
10 good reasons to jailbreak your iPhone, no matter what generation
I guess there’s a large number of iPhone owners that are still hesitant to jailbreak their iPhones. They consider jailbreaking a dangerous and daunting task that may eventually void their warranty. Since I’m on the other side of that barricade, I’ve put down a nice list of the 10 new features you will get if you go for jailbreaking. The benefits are more than ten, but I’ve compiled the most major ones.
Jailbreaking is a software process that unlocks the access to the iPhone original system files so that you can modify some of them for the better. You shouldn’t confuse it with a carrier unlock. Jailbreaking allows us to unleash the true power of the Apple’s iPhone.
Getting your iPhone jailbroken is like getting a totally different device – at least software-wise. And while I find it next to impossible to resist the tempting new features, I can totally understand you may have perfectly good reasons to keep your iPhone untouched. But hopefully, this list will help you convert.
And a word of warning! This post is not a tutorial in jailbreaking your iPhone. If you need one, a nice place to start is iClarified iPhone section. Installing unofficial third-party apps may cause unwanted side effects so always rely on your good judgment when dealing with those. I am not to be held responsible for any damage you may inflict to your iPhone.
The first new benefit from jailbreaking is surely true multitasking. There is a free and a paid app that both offer task switching and management each in its own way. Both depend on a third-party app – the free Backgrounder – to do the minimizing for them. While that may sound complex, switching apps is as easy as it gets.
The free task manager is called Kirikae and shows the running apps as a list. Tapping one will switch to it, while a finger swipe reveals a button to kill the process.
Multifl0w is the paid task manager. It offers the same functionality as Kirikae, but uses a cover-flow-like view for your running apps. It’s kinda like the way Safari displays the opened tabs. Multifl0w looks really fancy and even outperforms Palm Pre’s Card Interface at times.
Thanks to the several available lockscreen applications like LockInfo and IntelliScreen, you can get acess to your calls, messages, calendar events, weather information, etc. straight from the iPhone lockscreen.
The devil is in the details, they say… The iPhone is skimpy on a lot of them details. Delivery reports and a sms character counter are certainly two of those.
With the help of the SMS Helper app you get a nicely integrated character counter, which looks as if Apple made it themselves.
Need delivery reports? The iPhoneDelivery is a simple, but highly useful app that’s capable of *delivering* you delivery reports in various customizable ways.
Make ringtones out of your music without iTunes
The iPhone ringtone limitations are quite a bugger. The AnyRing app will set your incoming calls music free of Apple.
You can choose any song from your iPod library, trim it and assign it as a ringtone or alarm tone. The downside is that you have to pay for AnyRing itself (yes, the most innovative unofficial apps are paid).
6. Video recording on iPhone 2G and 3G
You don’t have to own an iPhone 3GS to shoot video. Thanks to the Cycorder app you can capture videos at CIF resolution at 15fps, which is way better than that joke of a video recorder in the official AppStore.
7. File access and management
After you jailbreak your iPhone, you have full access to the file system. The iFile app is a popular file manager running directly on your iPhone. It is capable of copying, cutting, moving, renaming and deleting files.
8. Safari file download manager
if you’ve missed having a way to download files on the iPhone, you may be interested in the Safari download plug-in. It’s basically a download manager for the mobile Safari browser. However you will need a file manager to access the files once they’re downloaded.
9. Extended TV-out functionality
If you are tired of the TV-out restrictions in your iPhone, you’re in for a nice surprise once you jailbreak your iPhone. The TVOut app is here to help. It enables the TV-out output for all iPhone applications. It has some problems with the landscape apps, but there’s another application called Landscape TV Out that fixes that as well. Now imagine playing your iPhone games on a big TV screen.
10. Misc UI improvements
As I mentioned in the beginning of the article, there are a lot of other benefits from jailbreaking. Though none of them is a major thing, I appreciate every single one.
If you happen to own an iPhone 2G or 3G you will most definitely welcome the battery percentage level (3GS-style) that can be enabled via the asBattery app.
Perhaps all iPhone users will appreciate the HapticPro app, which enables vibration touch feedback. The SBSettings app is practical as well. It gives you quick access to various features and it’s always a single swipe away – some of the functionality it offers is a basic task manager, 3G, Wi-Fi and EDGE switches, respring shortcuts and even more
I am Purchase iphone 4 , please suggetion to me for i phone4 .. and how can i know my i phone is factory unlocked
I already have iPhone4 and htc one x wtf! always drain battery!and lagging! my iPhone4 still fine for 1year good job Apple