My Touch Vs Iphone
There are many popular choices out today and there are many loyal fans in both courts when it comes to the MyTouch vs. iPhone. New features like HD video, video calling and chat, multitasking, and applications make these devices more than just phones. To make an informed decision about these devices calls for a look at what’s new for each device, and the pros and cons of each device. Some may switch their loyalty over to another device; some may look forward to upgrading their device either way it’s fun to take a peek at these new models.
The Apple iPhone 4. The Apple iPhone features a sleeker, new design coming out 25% thinner than the iPhone 3. The phone weighs in at 4.8 ounces, which is the same as the original iPhone. There is an excellent 5 megapixel camera with a control for the flash, and a HD video camera. The Apple iPhone 4 has Wi-Fi video chat capabilities with other iPhone users. There is a new retina display technology that delivers a pixel free screen resolution making for a big difference between the new and previous models. The Apple phone 4 also has a noticeable difference in the processor speeds from its predecessor. There is a bigger battery that is speculated to have a longer life and a 3.5 inch display.
What consumers liked about the Apple iPhone 4. Consumers liked the size and flatness of the new model of iPhone. The operating system was easy to use for most users of the device and people were impressed with the screen resolution on the display. People were very satisfied with the 5 megapixel camera, and the fast multitasking capabilities of the new model. The device features a HD video camera with the ability to edit video with iMovie then upload to the internet. People in general were impressed with the fast processor speeds and the great battery life. They also liked the application store and iTunes functions.
What consumers disliked about the Apple iPhone 4. The top complaint about the Apple phone experience comes from the AT&T network issues that people reported having, mainly that the network runs slow and that reception is bad or spotty. Some consumers complained about having numerous dropped calls and report that something that may or may not remedy the situation is the purchase of a protective case for the device. Other consumers reported that some of the applications are not compatible with the new system because they have not been updated. Another final downfall of the iPhone was that the speaker volume was too low for most users.
The T-Mobile MyTouch. The T-Mobile MyTouch 4G offers consumers a sturdier model with new stainless steel backing, a new Genius Buttons feature that uses voice commands to conduct searches, make calls, open applications, and has speech technology to compose messages. There is the capability to make phone and video calls over Wi-Fi, a faster processor speed. The T-Mobile MyTouch 4G weighs in at 5 ounces and has a 3.8 inch display. It features a 5 megapixel camera and a video recorder, and the GPS software Google Maps.
What consumers liked about the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G. People who upgraded from the G2 (T-Mobiles predecessor to the MyTouch) were impressed with the new touch keyboard and voice command technology. Consumers enjoyed the touch pad slider zoom feature for the camera because of its ease of use. Users were also impressed by the long battery life, fast processor speeds and the super friendly user interface. Fast internet speeds were reported by most consumers using the product and people enjoyed the large display and good screen resolution.
What consumers disliked about the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G. Consumers’ main complaint about the MyTouch stem from issues with video calls either not receiving video or audio and the device having a very low speaker volume. The speaker was not considered acceptable enough for listening to music. The power button on the top of the device is not recessed, resulting in accidental power-offs. Some people had trouble getting used to searching through voice commands rather than typing it in.