Do You Want a Free iPhone 4? Then Read On

The iPhone 4 is out on the market and everyone wants to get their hands on it. Apple’s new gadget is undoubtedly a masterpiece of engineering but like all high end mobile phones it is quite expensive. But I will teach you how to get one without having to pay a single cent. Sounds too good to be true? You don’t have to believe me. Just check it out for yourself.
But let’s look at what the new iPhone has to offer and why you should get one. Here are some of the features that have impressed me the most and that have already established the new iPhone as the best mobile phone in the world just days after its official launch.
1. The “Retina” display is by far the most impressive feature of the phone and the best screen I have ever seen on a handheld device. This is mainly due to the fact that Apple has developed a new technology which allowed them to make the pixels only 78 micrometers wide. This offers never seen before levels of detail even at high zoom.
2. The 5MP camera is certainly a welcomed improvement as compared to the one on the 3GS and the VGA camera placed on the front allows for a really cool type of video call that Apple has named “Face time”. It allows you to switch between cameras at any time thus creating a really unique experience
3. The body might look similar to the ones of previous models but believe me, it’s not. The metal casing and buttons are really peasant to the touch and give a feel of solidity to the entire iPhone.
And now let me tell you how you can get one for free. You see, a lot of companies are currently developing applications for the new iPhone and need a boatload of testers.
The testing process is really simple. You get an iPhone with an application on it and after a week you give the company your honest feedback. You won’t receive money for it but you will get to keep the cool toy that you’ve been entrusted with during testing. So don’t miss out and look into it quickly as spots aren’t limitless.

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