Mar22 | 2010
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iPhone 4G wish list

Illustration from Flickr by Mike RohdeCNET’s David Carnoy had a great post last week on the 25 most-wanted features for iPhone 4G. He mixed his personal picks with some of Kent German’s wish list and a selection from MacRumors message-board.

The list is an impressive wish list of features for the much anticipated iPhone 4G. I’d love to know what’s on the top of your list?

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Illustration from Flickr by: Mike Rohde

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  • Dave

    I would rather have the Qualcomm Mirasol display than OLED. It helps with my number two concern, battery life:

  • Paul

    I put “other” because I don't really have any desire for a front facing camera. I'd rather Apple spend their money on one, very high quality camera then on two cameras. I'm crossing my fingers for 5 megapixels (or higher) with LED flash.

  • Guest

    Better batery life .ichat. more carriers.better still photos and stuff more stuff

  • Dave Delaney

    That would be great!

  • Dave Delaney

    Thanks. All great features.

  • Greg Gehr

    I need multi-tasking. I run on a slow slow WildBlue Satt. at home or, sometimes, I get a weak Edge signal, and I need to have stuff loading in the background on my iPhone while I do other stuff, not sit there with my thumb “youknowwhere” waiting endlessly for each page to load, one at a time! On my MBP, I open a dozen tabs, and then switch to reading tweets, or emails, or playing a game… ie. I do other stuff while everything loads oh so slowly. I either need the iPhone to do the same, or I need a ATT 3G network that actually covers my house!

  • Dave Delaney

    Thanks Greg. Multi-tasking would be huge. It's clearly a big item on the
    wish list too.

  • Dave Delaney

    Yes, battery life is pretty crucial. Luckily we have some great products to
    help with that. I understand what you're saying though.


  • blj028

    Greg, hang in there. WildBlue is expected to bump their network up to 8mbps next year. They are working with ViaSat to launch a new state of the art satellite that will basically change the internet industry. So, hang on it's coming.