Here are some early reviews of the new iPhone 4:
Gizmodo: "As a person who never really liked the round mound of a back in the 3GS, the sleeker, flatter, squarer design is super welcome. The metal buttons give it a heftier feel-less of a toy-than all previous generations."
Engadget: "[I]t's incredibly sexy. We'll hand it to Apple, the phone is so thin it's kind of mind-boggling. The 3GS by comparison looks bloated."
Larry Magid: "Apple has once again raised the bar."
Forbes: "It feels solid. Also: the screen resolution makes it very easy to read. Other than that, it works like an iPhone."
Ars Technica: "As for speed, the iPhone 4 is fast. It's hard to perceive the differences between an iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS, but it's definitely on the speedy side, on par with the iPad."
CNET: "No big surprises but technology lovers are still very excited about it all, myself included."
Ryan Block of gdgt: "Unbelievable screen. I am in complete awe."
TechLand: "FaceTime worked like a charm during my brief demo. It's nothing new but it's certainly a nice add-on when you're in range of Wi-Fi."
Wired: "The new glass back of the iPhone feels great, though it creates a new problem: smudges on not just the front, but the back of the device as well."
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