This is the first of an ongoing series of videos that will provide in-depth coverage of the iPhone. Initially we will be targeting basic iPhone usage, such as the device’s anatomy, guides on how to keep the iPhone in great shape, and other essential, but basic information.

Our goal is to provide a one-stop and comprehensive resource for all iPhone users, including those of you who are new to the wonderful world of iPhone. We hope that you will find these guides, walkthroughs, and tutorials beneficial, and encourage community feedback so that you can assist new ones.

Without further ado, let’s talk about the basic anatomy of the iPhone 4, shall we?

One thing I neglected to mention in the video is the 3.5 mm headphone jack, along with the accessories that are included. In the box you will find the following:

  • iPhone 4
  • Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic
  • Dock Connector to USB Cable
  • USB Power Adapter
  • Documentation

Additionally, the antenna-gate and proximity sensor issues are things you’ll want to be aware of as well, but there are workarounds to both issues, and they’re honestly not as bad as they’ve been made out to be.

Currently the iPhone 4 is only available in black. It’s worth noting that we’ve had lots of coverage about the long awaited white iPhone 4, but so far there is no concrete information regarding its future.

The iPhone 4 has been out for quite a while now, so what is your final consensus on the device? Did Apple hit a home run, or are there some improvements you’d like to see?

  • AppleBits

    Let’s be honest, there’s always room for improvement, for any device. BUT….I love my iP4 (NO regrets buying it instead of any other smartphone), I love the jailbreak, I love all my apps (well, most of ’em), and I really appreciate the all the effort put into these blogs and posts. I learn a lot from them. Thanks!

  • ChrisCool

    Notice before he picks up the iPhone it’s got full signal . When in his hand is dramatically drops to as far as only one bar :/

    • To be fair, AT&T coverage is quite horrible in my area. But that is funny indeed, haha, nice catch.

  • Brad

    I saw Pleco on this iPhone. I love this app. You recently did an article about the future of translation with Pleco and Word Lens / OCR technology.

    I’d love to have more feedback on how you review these technologies, for while I find Pleco an amazingly useful application, I find its OCR app way behind, especially for its price tag.