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Even though the majority of mobile phone users know how to access to apps, download updates and add new contacts with ease, there are some that barely know how to turn them on. If you are an iPhone 4 owner, you should make sure that you understand all of the features included. First, make a visit to the iTunes store and look for apps that will help you to simplify your life. Use the charger that was included or connect your iPhone 4 to you computer to recharge it. The 5 mega pixel camera has LED flash capability, which means that you can take pictures in dark rooms, or at night.
All commands are executed via the iPhone 4’s touchscreen. Depending on what it is that you want to do, you can use one finger to tap the screen and call up a program or file, or use two fingers to zoom in while reading a webpage. If you customize the menu and include all of the programs and features that you use the most, you will be able to navigate your iPhone 4 faster.
You can read the latest mobile phone reviews and learn more about Apple’s plans for the iPhone 5 online. In addition, mobile phone review blogs also include tips and guides for novice users. If you have already invested your money in this device, it makes sense to get everything that you can out of it. When it comes to contact lists, the iPhone 4 is the only mobile device that includes social networking, contact information and visual information. You can associate pictures of your friends with their phone numbers, as well as their social networking profiles. Once you select a contact, you can choose any one of many different ways of getting in contact with them.
With the Apple iPad 2 priced starting at around $500, other tablet manufacturers are beginning to slash their tablets in order to compete. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 runs on the Android platform and connects to the Internet via WiFi. With 16GB of storage space, the Galaxy Tab, the $499 price tag has been very attractive to consumers. Now, Motorola has begun to drop the prices of its tablets so that technology fans are able to make their selections based on features versus expense.
While the iPad 2 is still selling in record numbers, it is clear that Android based tablets are in high demand. The Toshiba Android 3.1 starts at $429, which makes it the cheapest tablet on the market today. It comes with significantly less storage space, but it is great for consumers that aren’t necessarily after a tablet that comes with all the bells and whistles. The 16GB model is only $50 more, which makes the Toshiba Android 3.1 tablet steep competition for the iPad 2.
Acer is also trying to get into the tablet marketplace with its Iconia 10 inch tablet. Coming with the same standard features that you will find on the iPad 2 such as wireless web capabilities, multiple storage slots and a touchscreen, the Acer Iconia sells at about $450. Shoppers might still look at the iPad 2 first because it is the most popular tablet currently on the market, but they might be more inclined to consider the devices made by other manufacturers now that prices are lower.