With the iPhone 4, Apple introduced FaceTime, with which you can contact other iPhone 4 users via live video and it even works via wi-fi with the new iPod Touch. This is done via the new Retina display which has the highest resolution to date with four times the pixel count of previous iPhones, ensuring clear and sharp images and text. The front facing camera also allows you to snap self-portraits, great for all you poseurs out there.
The 5 megapixel camera has a built in LED flash and now features an advanced illumination sensor which means you can capture fantastic photos even in low light. The same applies to video which you can now capture in HD and the built-in iMovie editor lets you release your creativity and make your own themed movies complete with titles and transitions.
Apples’ very own App Store allows you to choose from and download any of hundreds of thousands of applications for just about anything you can think of, and a lot that you probably haven’t. Many of these apps are completely free including their own ever-growing music library, iTunes, where you can store your own tracks or purchase the latest albums or singles and your favourite classics