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[[Image:IPhone 4 GSM.png|right|thumb|iPhone 4 (GSM model)]]
This is the iPhone 4 (GSM model). Announced on WWDC keynote in June 2010. It features a new exterior design, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, the 960x640 Retina display screen and [[Facetime|FaceTime]] Video Calls. It runs iOS 4.0 and later.
== [[S5L8900|Application Processor]] ==
It uses the [[S5L8930|Apple A4]] CPU, same as the [[k48ap|iPad]], [[n81ap|iPod touch 4G]], and [[k66ap|Apple TV 2G]]. However, it ships with 512 MB of RAM, double that of the other A4-based devices. [http://www.macrumors.com/2010/06/17/iphone-4-confirmed-to-have-512mb-of-ram-twice-the-ipad-and-3gs/]
== [[Baseband Device]] ==
It uses the [[X-Gold 618]].
== GPS ==
The iPhone 4 uses the [[Broadcom BCM4750]] single-chip GPS receiver, like the iPad. [http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/iPhone-4-Teardown/3130/3]
== Specifications ==
'''Color:''' Black and White<br />
'''Size''': 115.2 mm (4.5 inches) (h), 58.6 mm (2.31 inches) (w), 9.3 mm (0.37 inches) (d) <br />
'''Weight''': 135 g (4.8 oz) <br />
'''Battery''': Standby up to 300 hours, talk time up to 7 hours on 3G and up to 14 hours on 2G <br />
'''Rear camera''': 5MP with Autofocus and manual focus (''Tap to focus''), supporting HD video recording @ 30FPS <br />
'''Front camera''': VGA photos and video @ 30 FPS, supporting [[FaceTime]] Video Calls
== Major Upgrades/Difference from [[N88ap|iPhone 3GS]] ==
[[Image:IPhone4Cameras.png|thumb|The iPhone 4 Cameras]]
* Retina display with 960x640 pixel at 326ppi
* New design
* [[S5L8930|A4 processor]]
* RAM upgrade to 512 MB
* [[Gyroscope]]
* Totally new baseband device, firmware, and bootloader
* Two cameras: front (640×480 VGA) and back (5 megapixel)
* Back camera also has a LED Flash. [http://www.apple.com/iphone/features/camera.html]
* WiFi support for 802.11n, but 2.4 GHz only

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