Apa sih bedanya iPhone 4 dan iPhone 3Gs???

Jakarta – iPhone 4 akhirnya resmi diluncurkan oleh Apple ke pasar Indonesia tanggal 17 Desember 2010 yang lalu, bekerjasama dengan Telkomsel. Yuk lihat keunggulan iPhone 4 dibandingkan dengan generasi sebelumnya, yaitu 3GS, seperti diambil dari laman resmi Apple.

Kapasitas: iPhone 4 memiliki dua varian, 16 dan 32GB, sedangkan iPhone 3GS hanya 8GB.

Layar: iPhone 4 memiliki Retina display beresolusi tinggi, 960x640px, dengan kerapatan 326ppi. iPhone 3GS hanya 480x320px dan kerapatan 163ppi.

Kamera: iPhone 4 memiliki resolusi 5MP dengan LED flash dengan kamera depan beresolusi VGA, iPhone 3GS hanya 3MP tanpa LED flash dan tidak memiliki kamera depan.

Perekam video: iPhone 4 mendukung HD video recording, iPhone 3GS hanya ukuran VGA.

Fitur teknologi tinggi: iPhone 4 memiliki teknologi yang tidak dimiliki iPhone 3GS: mendukung Wi-Fi 802.11n, 5,8 Mbps HSUPA, Three-axis gyro, Apple A4 processor, dan Dual-mic noise suppression.

Kartu SIM: iPhone 4 menggunakan Micro SIM, sedangkan iPhone 3GS menggunakan kartu SIM biasa

Kemampuan baterai: iPhone 4 mampu bicara hingga 7 jam dalam 3G dan 14 jam dalam 2G, sedangkan iPhone 3GS hingga 5 jam dalam 3G dan 12 jam dalam 2G. Saat menggunakan internet, iPhone 4 kuat hingga 6 jam di 3G dan 10 jam di Wi-Fi, sedangkan iPhone 3GS hanya  kuat hingga 5 jam di 3G dan 9 jam di Wi-Fi.

Dengan berbagai teknologi canggih tersebut, jelas sekali bahwa iPhone 4 merupakan penyempurna iPhone sebelumnya. Tidak heran bahwa ratusan orang langsung mengantre di outlet-outlet yang telah ditunjuk Telkomsel pada hari pertama peluncurannya di Indonesia.

iPhone 4 16GB bisa didapatkan dengan harga Rp 6.999.000, dan versi 4 32GB bisa didapatkan dengan harga Rp 8.199.000. Keduanya dibundel dengan kartu simPATI Turbo. iPhone 4 paling mahal dibundel dengan paket pasca bayar kartuHALO Turbo, dengan harga 16GB sebesar Rp 2.765.000 dan 32GB sebesar Rp 3.800.000. Tentu saja dengan cicilan bulanan yang lebih rendah.

iPhone 4 Telkomsel dapat dibeli di venue exhibition Mal Kelapa Gading 3 Jakarta pada tanggal 20-26 Desember 2010, atau lewat 15 GraPARI yang tersebar di seluruh Indonesia.  Juga di outlet-outlet resmi Apple Premium Reseller (iBox, eStore, EMAX, PCMax, Infinite), Oke Shop, Sarindo, Telesindo Shop, Global Teleshop, dan Selular Shop. Informasi lebih lanjut tentang paket-paket penjualan iPhone 4 Telkomsel bisa dilihat di laman ini.

Source: detik


Steve Jobs mengumumkan iPhone 4 di WWDC 2010.
Fitur-fitur baru yang ada di iPhone 4:

1. Design :

  • Ukuran: Panjang : 115.2 mm ,  Lebar : 58.6 mm, Tebal : 9.3 mm (!wow), Berat : 137 grams.
  • Stainless steel rim

2. Hardware :

  • Chip Apple A4, otak yang lebih ‘BESAR’ tapi lebih ‘kecil’ dan tidak haus tenaga.
  • Batterai yang 16% lebih besar:
    • Talk over 3G: 7 hours.
    • Browsing over 3G: 6 hours.
    • Browsing over Wi-Fi: 10 hours.
    • Video: 10 hours.
    • Music: 40 hours.
    • Stand-by: 300 hours.
  • Layar: Layar multitouch 3.5-inch dengan resolusi of 960 × 640 pixels
  • Camera: 5 megapixel camera dengan ‘Sensor’ yang lebih besar dan ISO yang lebih besar dan LED based Flash.
  • Camera Depan untuk video conference
  • Gyroscope

    The new iPhone 4 has a gyroscope built-in. This means that it can track movement with a very high precision, much higher than the built-in accelerometers in the previous iPhones. It’s 3-axis, so it’s capable of detecting pitch, roll, and yaw. Couple with the accelerometer, you have 6-axis motion sensing.

  • Sekarang menggunakan MicroSim seperti di iPad
  • Tambahan microphone diatas untuk ‘noise-cancelling’

3. Software :

  • iOS4
  • Video Calling
  • iMovie for iPhone
  • iBook

3. Harga iPhone 4 di Indonesia :

  • Kemungkinan besar akan berkisar diatas 10jt seperti ‘kakaknya’ iPhone 3GS

Note: masih tersedia dalam warna Putih dan Hitam dengan kapasitas 16GB dan 32GB


Harapan dan Prediksi versi Gizmodo:


These are the changes that seem most likely, or that’ve been rumored previously. Since we don’t know anything for sure at this point, these are conservative.

Multitasking: This could be anything from strictly managed multitasking for simple apps, to faux multitasking—process freezing that lets apps seem as though they’ve never been closed. This could almost be files under “hopes,” though, since the iPad doesn’t allow 3rd party multitasking as of now, and it’s not inconceivable that Apple could stick to their guns on this one. Thing is, if they don’t have this, what do they have?

New UI elements: Don’t expect an entirely new interface paradigm, since with the iPad, Apple’s made it clear that they’re happy with the basic iPhone OS concept. But except some new UI elements, probably inline with the iPad’s.

iPad adaption: The iPad and iPhone don’t interact directly right now, and in some ways (direct USB connection, for example) they never will. But the awkward way in which apps are shared between the two platforms now will probably have to be fleshed out a little.

File syncing: The iPad does it, sort of, and there’s no reason the iPhone shouldn’t.


Better notifications: Everyone, from Google to Palm to Microsoft (in Windows Phone 7) has a better notifications system than the iPhone. There’s just too much going on your average iPhone now to rely on pop-up notifications, especially if they only effectively display one message, aren’t stored anywhere and interfere with what you’re doing.

• An active homescreen: Something besides an app grid would be nice. Even a slightly more informative lockscreen would work.

iTunes streaming: Remote media streaming on the iPhone is great, but it’s functionality you have to introduce with paid apps. A lot of people already have the media piled into iTunes, so native streaming—preferably over 3g—would be great.

iPad tethering: It’d undermine AT&T, and Apple’s upcoming 3G model, but seriously, so many iPad owners already pay AT&T for “unlimited” data each month. Of we’re not going to get full-on tethering, iPad tethering would be a step.

Social Network integration/ the cloud: Facebook, Google contacts—these are services tens of millions of people actually use, and which our online identities are tied up in. Mobile Me is a marginal service that you have to pay for. This one’s a no brainer, but far from a sure thing.

Your Predictions and Hopes

Tell us! I’ll add the best ones to the post.

• MaxPoint wants to ORGANIZE:

I’d like to see some sort of way to have your apps in some sort of file folder system so you don’t have page upon page of icons. that was the first thing i thought when i got my first iphone.

Dave Zatz agrees, succinctly: “Folders.”

• Modestmouse goes broad:

It may not to be too extreme to expect or hope that the reason Apple went with iPhone 3.2 on the iPad was because 4.0 wasn’t ready yet. It’s quite possible we could see a more powerful and well rounded OS replace the iPads current one when 4.0 comes out.

• Mark 2000 doesn’t ask for much:

I want some very simple things. A pulser next to each email address as it’s checked. Right now you have one indicator at the top for all. I have 5 addresses.

Multitasking would be nice, but I don’t really want it for anything but audio apps. It would be better to let audio streamers tap into the ipod app so it could play after the app is closed and allow a popup play/pause/next controller. Other than that color me satisfied.

• jjpriest25 goes retro:

I seriously, whole-heartedly believe there will be an FM Radio app. I really, really do.

• MercuryShadow pleads for podcasts:

I, for one, hope that they start allowing podcast subscriptions to live on the iPhone. The idea that, in this day and age, one has to plug their phone into a computer to update their podcasts, is downright archaic. I know I can just go download them manually, but I should not have to.

• Roger H hates his girlfriend, or something:

Multi-user Login: Imagine my girlfriend uses the iPad but with her personalized settings not messing up mine


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