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iPhone 4

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Retina display. Multitasking done the right way. HD video recording.
Colour - Black
$99.00
Retina display. Multitasking done the right way. HD video recording.
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  • Your Device

    Fully functioning and ready for use out of the box! This device went through our 72-Point Check to ensure that it's in its peak performance when it arrives to you.

  • Cable

    The device comes with a compatible USB charging and sync cable

  • Power Adaptor

    Together with the cable, an adapter is included for charging your device.

  • Box & Manual

    Only selected devices come with their original boxes and manuals. If they're not available, your device will be packaged using our OzMobiles box.

We keep it transparent about our devices’ conditions so we’re able to manage your expectations. Below are the descriptions of each of the conditions we offer.

 

NEW

These devices are never used and come with their full Manufacturer's Warranty. Some of them might have been opened for quality checks, however, they have never been activated.

 

EX-DEMO

These are devices that have been used for demo purposes, customer returns, factory seconds or used briefly. They are in 'as new' condition with minimal/no marks on them.

 

GOOD

Amazing condition both internally and externally. Minor signs of wear & tear, generally good condition including the screen. No chips/dents to the body.

 

AVERAGE

Average wear & tear. There might be some minor scratches on the screen, but these devices are fully functional and offer exceptional value.

 

FAIR

Obvious wear & tear. Scratching on the screen and/or minor chips and dents around the edges. The most exceptional value for the price conscious consumer.

The front surface of the Apple iPhone has only one button -- the Home button. Pressing the Home button takes you to the main screen of the iPhone's graphical user interface, where the pre-installed Apple applications are housed when you first get your phone. You simply swipe from right to left or vice versa to change pages and access additional apps. From any screen, you can also choose from the device's four primary functions using icons at the bottom of the screen. By default these are:

Phone: This app allows you to add contacts, check voice messages and make calls via a host of networks including 3G, GSM or EDGE cellular phone service. Additional network capabilities have also been added to latest phones.

Mail: The Mail app allows you to send and receive e-mail via POP and IMAP, and includes in-line picture, HTML and push e-mail capabilities. Since iPhone 4S, voice dictation is also included.

Safari: This is the built-in Web browser that has come with all iPhone OSes.

Music: Formerly called the iPod app. Despite the name, Music allows you to store and play not only music, but also audiobooks and podcasts from your playlists.You can swap other applications into these positions by pressing and holding any one of the above until all app icons begin to shake, sliding it onto the main screen and sliding something else into the bottom area in its place.

You can open the iPhone's other applications from the upper portion of the Home screen. These include a calendar, calculator, notepad, and widgets, or mini-applications made specifically for the iPhone. Older iPhones include a 2.0- or 3.2-megapixel camera along with software you can use to organize your pictures -- the iPhone 5s model ups the stakes with an 8-megapixel camera. You can also use an iPhone to check weather reports and stock quotes. Even though the iPhone doesn't support Flash, which YouTube's non-mobile site relies on, you can watch YouTube videos using the corresponding application. An Apple version of YouTube was built in prior to iOS 6. Now the iOS requires that you download either the Google YouTube app or another video search and play app that can access YouTube. The virtual keys and buttons you need to navigate each application appear only when you need them.

The shape of the screen changes when you need it to as well -- you can shift the perspective from vertical to horizontal by tilting the phone. An accelerometer inside the iPhone lets the operating system know to change the orientation of the image on the screen. This means that you can scroll through long lists of music files on a long, narrow screen, and you can watch movies in a widescreen format. You can learn more about accelerometers in How the Wii Works.

Other physical buttons and switches, aside from the Home button, are located around the edge of the phone. An on/off or sleep button is located at the top of the phone. A switch on the left side lets you set your phone from ringing to silent, and just below that are the volume buttons.

The second generation of the iPhone introduced several new features. We'll take a closer look at those in the next section.
 

What's in the box?
Our Condition’s
Features
How we rate the condition of the product
Brand New
Never used and come with their full Australian Manufacturer's Warranty. Some might have been opened for quality checks, but they have never been activated.
Like New
It is in 'As New' condition with very faint to no marks on the device and is 100% functional
Minimal Signs of Wear
Amazing condition with no scratches or marks on the screen. Minor signs of wear & tear on the sides or back. No chips/dents to the body and is 100% functional.
Minor scratches
Average wear & tear. There might be some minor scratches on the screen but these devices are 100% functional and offer exceptional value.
Visible signs of wear
Obvious wear & tear.  Scratching on the screen and/or minor chips and dents around the edges but 100% Functional. The most exceptional value for the price conscious consumer.