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The new iPhone features a reworked interface, a stronger outer-casing, and more. The phone is encased in anodized aluminum to help prevent scratches and smudges to the body of the device. Capacity has been greatly increased to 32GB and 64GB of solid-state memory for power efficiency and for the device's 9.6mm thin profile. The device retains it's predecessors height and width across to preserve screen size, though the screen's resolution has been doubled to 960x640. Shown in the image above are white and black versions. Seen on the black version is the dialing screen. The nine basic digits are shown as well as the pound and asterisk keys. By swiping a finger across the small three dots in the lower left-hand corner of the screen one will be able to easily toggle between the basic numbers, letters, a list of contacts, as well as other important options such as the speaker. This will enable a user to have a relatively clear screen at all times instead of a cluttered and disorganized interface. At the top of the screen the same dots are shown under two main categories found on the iPod and iPhone devices. By swiping a finger, the categories will switch so that someone can switch between menus (videos/music/photos/settings/etc.) efficiently and access other features without changing screens. To return to the home screen one would simply press the Apple button found below the screen. The device features a 4 megapixal camera located on the back and by turning the device sideways, one will be able to take landscape-oriented photos while using the Apple logo as the shutter button. The antennae cover has now been blended in so that it does not stand out on the back of the device. This iteration is supposed to be very clean and sleek. Hopefully everyone likes it smile.

Demorrius Sims
Stockbridge, GA

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