Magazine article Journal of Property Management

Tools for the Trade: The New iPhone and Advancing Technologies That Connect to the iPhone Can Make Users' Jobs More Fun and Efficient

Magazine article Journal of Property Management

Tools for the Trade: The New iPhone and Advancing Technologies That Connect to the iPhone Can Make Users' Jobs More Fun and Efficient

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CONNECT FOUR

Apple's fourth generation phone has a bevy of new features that make it well worth the upgrade. The iPhone 4 offers a higher resolution screen, faster processor, more memory, longer battery and a slimmer body style.

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While the phone has received a lot of publicity about its unconventional antennae design, my usage of the new phone demonstrated better phone coverage and call clarity than its predecessor, the iPhone 3Gs.

The iPhone 4 also offers a front-facing camera that allows video calls or "face time." Currently this feature is only active over Wi-Fi. The improved high-resolution screen, however, is truly enough of a reason to make the investment in the new phone. The new iPhone operating system IOS4--offering the ability to organize applications, or "apps" into folders, as well as the ability to multitask apps--might be worth an investment.

The iPhone 4 comes in 16- and 32-gigabyte models, with prices starting at S199 for new AT&T users or existing users who renew their contracts. Verizon is expected to release its iPhone in January.

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