Finally Arrived

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Finally Arrived

The white iPhone 4 arrives on the market nearly a year after the initial debut of its all-black twin.

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Apple reportedly wrestled with some production issues in bringing a satisfactory version of the white iPhone 4 to life.

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Retina Display

Like the other iPhone 4, the white version features a 3.5-inch Retina Display with 960-by-640 resolution.

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Dual Carriers

In addition to Apple retail stores, the white iPhone 4 is available through AT&T and Verizon, both of which carry the original iPhone 4.

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Apps and iTunes

Apple is hoping its App Store, with hundreds of thousands of apps, and extensive iTunes catalog of movies and music will give it a strategic advantage against the burgeoning number of Google Android devices on the market.

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The iPhone 4s body features two panes of chemically strengthened alumino-silicate glass, sandwiching a stainless-steel antenna rim.

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Camera Aperture

The rear-facing camera was one of the components rumored to prove troublesome in constructing the white iPhone 4. According to unnamed sources speaking to various Apple-centric blogs, the tinted glass allowed light to leak into the aperture.

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In the United States, the white iPhone 4 will retail for $199 for the 16GB model, and $299 for the 32GB model (with a two-year contract).

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Camera Image

Here is the 5-megapixel still camera at work. The device also shoots 720p video.

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Battery Life

The iPhone 4 boasts advertised battery life of up to 7 hours of talk time on 3G, and Internet use of up to 6 hours (also on 3G).

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