White iPhone 4 review

TiPb's addenda on Apple's iPhone 4: The color white 10-months in the making

White iPhone 4 review

This isn't a review of a color. It's a review of the ramifications of a color -- the white iPhone 4's 10 month delay, what caused it, whether or not those causes should be of any concern to potential buyers, and how competitive a device first introduced back in June 2010 can be in today's market.

Since we're going to focus primarily on what's different here, anyone interested in a more general look at the device should check out our original AT&T/GSM iPhone 4 review first, and our follow up Verizon iPhone 4 review if you're considering that network.

Once you're done, read on for the white addenda.

So what took so long?

The white iPhone 4 was announced back at WWDC 2010 -- held aloft by Steve Jobs during his keynote no less. And then... nothing. Or rather, delays. First in July:

White models of Apple’s new iPhone 4 have continued to be more challenging to manufacture than we originally expected, and as a result they will not be available until later this year. The availability of the more popular iPhone 4 black models is not affected.

Then again in October

We’re sorry to disappoint customers waiting for the white iPhone yet again, but we’ve decided to delay its release until this Spring.

Rumors blamed the delay on the color itself; that it resulted in light leaks, proximity sensor malfunctions (worse even then the black iPhone 4), camera trouble, consistency issues, and more. Apple SVP of Marketing, Phil Schiller offered a very general explanation last week.

“It was challenging. It’s not as simple as making something white. There’s a lot more that goes into both the material science of it–how it holds up over time…but also in how it all works with the sensors. We thought we were there a year ago, or less than that, when we launched the iPhone 4, and we weren’t.”

Schiller said that it turned out there were a lot of unexpected interactions between the color of the device and various internal components. Also, like fair-skinned humans, white iPhones need a little more UV protection from the sun.

So challenging, in fact, Apple only made the launch official one day in advance, finally releasing the white iPhone 4 on April 29, 2011.


The result of the delays is that the white iPhone 4 hits the market some 10 months after the black iPhone 4. And that means where the iPhone 4 hardware, with its retina display, external stainless steel antenna band, double sided glass were state-of-the-art of smartphones, now faces competition that's had almost a year to catchup... or move ahead.

First, a look at the April 2011 white iPhone 4 beside the June 2010 black iPhone 4.

Getting white right

The white iPhone 4 looks good. It looks like an iPhone 4 but not exactly like an iPhone 4 rendered white. There's the noticeable difference with the proximity sensor (we'll get to that later) but there's a qualitative difference about the white glass overall as well. Where the black iPhone 4 looks like its made of black glass, the white iPhone 4 looks like its coated in white glass. It's a subtle difference but it's noticeable around the edges. It could be something to do with achieving opacity with the white color, a UV coating made necessary to protect the color, or something that's just more apparent with the white iPhone 4, it's there.

It's consistent though. The white iPhone 4 is uniformly white, the same shade of white, from back to front, and from plate to home button. Apple nailed it.

In terms of shade, it looks remarkably similar to the white iPad 2. That should come as no surprise since Steve Jobs said in the above-linked interview that getting the white iPhone 4 right benefitted the rest of the Apple product line, including the iPad 2.

The shade does look subtly different than the 2009 iPhone 3GS, however. The iPhone 3GS had a plastic rather than glass blacking, and kept the black rather than white front plate.

And I like it, and so do many people who thought they wouldn't but have now seen it in person. Given none of what we'll cover below is a deal-breaker for you, whether you go white or black will be a matter of personal preference.

Competitive landscape

When Apple introduced the 960x640 IPS LED retina display, with pixels so small they arguably disappeared and allowed the viewer to forget they were looking at bitmaps, there was nothing else like it. As far as Blackberry, HP/Palm, Windows Phone and Nokia are concerned, there still isn't. It's almost as though time has stood still. Android is another story. Since June Google's OEM partners have kept pace... almost. They're now releasing slightly skinnier but just as good looking 960x540 qHD (quarter 1080p) screens.

When it comes to overall build quality, however, very little else has come close. Nokia's ability to churn out pure metal phones like the Nokia N8 is one of the few exceptions. HP/Palm, RIM, and Windows and Android devices from HTC, Samsung, Motorola (with their fine Corellian freighter inspired design aesthetic), etc. have eschewed glass and steel and stuck with plastic. They're beautifully crafted, mostly sturdy affairs but they're closer to Hasbro in the hand than the singular solidity of the iPhone 4.

Android is kicking apps when it comes to processors, however. While the white iPhone 4 uses the April 2011 released ARM Cortex A8-based Apple A4 processor, several Android devices have now been released -- or are about to be released with dual core ARM Cortex A9-based processors. (iPad 2 has matched that with the dual core Apple A5 System-on-a-Chip but that probably won't be coming to the iPhone until this fall.)

Cameras are another area where the competition have been keeping up the pressure. Nokia has always had great lenses but now Android and Windows Phone devices are entering the megapixel war, and LG has even gone so far as to introduce a 3D camera (and screen to go with it!). Luckily megapixels aren't everything and the sheer size and quality of the iPhone 4's rear camera has kept its place as one of the best shooters in mobile. (More on that later.)

Several other hardware innovations have also made their way into the market since the original iPhone 4 launch, including Near Field Communications (NFC) in the Google/Samsung Nexus S. It's fairly useless for average consumers at the moment but could be important in the future, allowing payments to be made via your phone the same way they're currently made via a credit card. (Apple might also match this with iPhone 5 in the fall.)

LTE 4G, roughly Wi-Fi speeds come to mobile, is probably the biggest if you're on Verizon in one of their LTE markets, or a few international cities. Battery life isn't great yet and coverage is terrible, but if you have it in your area and you're not adverse to plugging in your phone a lot, Android devices like the HTC Thunderbolt will blow your hair back. (Apple probably won't be matching this until iPhone 6 in 2012.)

All this to say that, except for a few specific technologies, the white iPhone 4 released today, while not the revelation of the black iPhone 4 released last June, is still competitive with the latest and greatest from Android and more than competitive with everyone else.

And yes, that's a little crazy.

Proximity sensor

The iPhone 4 proximity sensor has been a challenge for Apple, with iOS 4.1 addressing it with a bug fix but problems persisting for many users. The white iPhone 4 was rumored to have more trouble, the color interfering to the degree Apple initially had a series of perforations over the sensor, an almost silver-looking grid. The release version has switched that for a black patch, presumably to allow even better sensing.

White iPhone 4 proximity sensor changes

My black iPhone 4 has misfired on several occasions, muting calls while I was on them. But I've had that phone for months. I've only been able to test the white iPhone 4 a few days now and haven't had any problems with it, but will update this section if and when I do.


Another rumor surrounding the white iPhone 4 delay concerned light leakage with the camera and LED flash. If that was the case with prototypes, there's no evidence of it in the release model. Pictures taken with the 5mp camera look just as good as those taken with the black iPhone 4. Here are some example, the first three with HDR, the second 3 with the LED flash.

Accessory compatibility

With the exception of cases, all existing iPhone 4 accessories -- cables, chargers, headsets, and Bluetooth, should work the same with the new white iPhone 4 as they did with the previously released black iPhone 4.

However, the white iPhone 4 -- at least the first batch released so far -- seem to be 0.2mm thicker than the black iPhone 4. Because of that ever-so-slight difference in thickness, you'll need to pay special attention to cases. In our tests, cases that were the least little bit roomy on the black iPhone 4 fit perfectly on the white iPhone 4 while cases that were snug on the black iPhone 4 were a little tight on the white iPhone 4. This won't impact stickers or film protectors, bumpers or pouches, silicone or leather cases, but could impact molded plastic skin cases.

Top 5 cases to show off your white iPhone 4Apple Bumper - Top 5 cases to show off your white iPhone 4Mophie juice pack plus - Top 5 cases to show off your white iPhone 4


The white iPhone 4 shipped with iOS 4.3.1 (AT&T/GSM) or iOS 4.2.6 (Verizon). Since Apple installed, boxed, and shipped them, iOS 4.3.2 and iOS 4.2.7 have come out and iTunes will prompt you to update the first time you plug it in.

But the real story here is that Apple released 3 feature updates to the current iOS version since the original iPhone 4 launched, and another point update between the time they shipped and sold the white iPhone 4.

Given that many competing devices, even those made by or with the platform owners themselves, wait weeks or months for any update, or simply never get them, this is notable. Heck, it's astounding. (It took a disappointing amount of time for Google to update my Nexus One -- a device they have complete control over -- to the latest Gingerbread OS, and it seems like my Palm Pre Plus will not be getting webOS 2.x).

And this extends throughout the ecosystem. Where the black iPhone 4 launched as Apple's first, and hence only, FaceTime capable device, the white iPhone 4 enters a world where iPod touch, iPad, and Mac have all been updated to support the easy, if wi-fi-only video calling standard. Again, added value and longevity.

Where every other vendor struggles or doesn't bother to release updates, or prefers you to buy a new phone, Apple's constant stream of updates, major and minor, are a revelation and add enormous value and longevity. The white iPhone 4 you get now will almost certainly be updated with iOS 5 this fall, and if history is an indicator, a year of 5.x updates after that.

App and game compatibility

Needless to say, the white iPhone 4 is an iPhone 4, and so it's fully binary compatible with pretty much every app in the app store. That means everything from Facebook to Angry Birds, Twitter to Infinity Blade, Documents to Go to Netflix will work just as you expect.


Likewise, the white iPhone 4 running iOS 4.3.2 (AT&T/GSM) and iOS 4.2.7 (Verizon) and can be Jailbroken using the same Jailbreak methods as any other iOS 4.3.2 device, or the new Jailbreak for iOS 4.2.7. (No iPad 2 style boot-rom exploit difficulties here).


So, some 10 months later, is the white iPhone 4 worth getting?

If you don't need an iPhone now, or in the next few months, then you can consider waiting on the next-generation iPhone 5, which will likely launch this fall. It will likely have the new Apple A5 processor, like iPad 2, and perhaps other new features as well.

If you need a phone now, however, whether it's an upgrade, replacement, or first time smartphone, and the white iPhone 4 tempts you, then it's certainly worth your consideration. That the it remains not only competitive, but inarguably -- and almost shockingly --still one of the best built, best equipped smartphones on the market is a testament to Apple's attention to detail and design. If none of the very specific functions competitors offer, like LTE or 3D are must-haves for you, or if any of the iPhone 4's still industry-leading hardware and continuously updated software features are more compelling -- and if white is your preferred color -- then get this phone and you'll be happy.

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, The TV Show, Vector, ZEN & TECH, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Jake says:

Ill come back next week hoping this "white" iphone news is over and done with.

Pimp Lucious says:

We a truly reached a whole other level of insanity.

Matt says:

That white ihpone is ugly, the white doe snot cover 100%, you see the screen bezel shining through. Makes it look yellow-ish. This definitely cant be what Apple had in mind. I would not spend money on it.

Havekk says:

You are incorrect sir. I have one and the white fully covers with nothing shining through. I had a black one for 7 days and traded for the white. I love the color. Christ. Get back to fighting with android folks and stop bitching aout colors..lol

SockRolid says:

Now with 100% more whiteness!

robnaj says:

Nokia has a retna display know too E6 I thought you should know also so from what I can see hear Apple delayed the White iPhone simply to piss people off like me who had to go for the Black one because the one I prefered was not even I and everyone else saw it at WWDC last year.

ghostface147 says:

I think the white isn't nice to look at, but I want it because it's new. I don't know why.

Jeffdc5 says:

Wow this is getting bad now a review of a color? what next review of the 16gb vs 32gb?

deadlybatman says:

In conclusion, this is the same exact thing as the regular iphone except it's white.
I'm hoping this article has helped those who were not sure that this was the case.

Mazon says:

Why do we need a review, its the same phone, just a different color.
I'm waiting for the 5

websyndicate says:

If you actually read the review it has nothing to do with the color. It like comparing iPhone 4 on Att to Verizon version. Looking for the indifferences.

Hendrik says:

Sorry, you're the racist child if you read the coemmnt correctly you will see that the message was: he didn't need to steal, he felt like it. Or he didn't need to steal to support himself. Unfortunately you lack in the reading comprehension department Oh and you're a racist hick of course. Have a nice day redneck

Blue says:

Sounds like a bunch of people came on here just to comment on how this is a review of a color without actually reading the article.
Otherwise, I would think at least one person would have spotted an error.
"While the white iPhone 4 uses the April 2011 released ARM Cortex A8-based Apple A4 processor..."
It was released in 2010.

jake says:

Omg. So its better then the black iphone.
Im going to sell my black one and get the white one for sure.

Gary says:

You trolls who complain about the review don't have to read this >_>
Must be hard being a writer for such blogs.
But yeah the phone is Pretty much the same asides from thickness color, 2011 processor

Carioca32 says:

Well, nobody forced anyone to be a blog writer. When you allow comments on your blog and gets so many answers like Rene, it just shows that what he writes is interesting and relevant and that he is not afraid of criticism. I love to read his stuff, even if I think that most of it is over the top. That´s not trolling, that´s fair criticism.

scott says:

And, you fanboys drool over anything apple puts out, like a white version of a black phone.

Carioca32 says:

Bad review Rene. When you need so many colorful adjectives to downplay the competition, and at every other sentence you reassure yourself by saying that this or that feature will be on iPhone 5, a phone we know nothing about, it just comes out looking fanboysh and a little worried.
The competition has great phones, and arguably plastic is a better case component than steel and glass, at least Galaxy S owners can go without cases and bumpers. I think the sheer amount of cases for the iPhone 4 speaks for itself, and that´s not a good thing.
The beauty of the iPhone 4 is iOS, by far the best phone OS in the market. That´s it, Apple has it, nobody else does. There is no need to make the iPhone 4 look like the greatest thing under the heavens, it isn´t.

Ahab says:

I think the number of cases is more about case designers hoping to generate revenue based on the success of the iPhone.
I disagree about iOS being the best. I used android for 6 months, iOS on an iPad since Christmas, and webOS for 1.5 years. I definitely prefer webOS over the others.

iPhone Malaysia Blogger says:

Thanks for the detailed comparison and review of the white iPhone 4. i must say the iPhone craze has reached a new level. With just a launch of almost the exact same phone in a new colour, it has got people around the world discussing about it. Some eagerly anticipating and waiting for the launch. As for myself, i will wait for the iPhone 5......

Bob Marley14 says:

Everyone........chill out. Maybe, just maybe, there are some people out there purchasing an iPhone for the first time. The review may be interesting for some of these folks.
"One Love", for crying out loud. Even to the trolls.

KP says:

I am a first time iPhone buyer, and this review was very helpful, so thank you! One love!

88 says:

I'm a first time iphone buyer too and this article was actually quite helpful for me. I'm skeptical about all of my purchases and I wanted to make sure I wasn't getting hosed. Just knowing that I need to look for a special case for the white vs. the black was worth reading this article for. Thanks :)

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Dan says:

really TIPB? what did you think was going to change besides the color and sensor?

EagleyeSmith says:

Haha. Really? A White iPhone 4 Review? Now I love the white iPhone too but no, to much. It's the same as the black one. Ahaha

Rahid says:

Over or under, that is the question.I prfeer the toilet tissue to be fixed OVER than under. Why? I don't really know the reason why. Maybe, that's how I grew up with and that's how my Mom fix the toilet tissue in our bathroom, so up to this point in time that's how I want the toilet tissue to be. The funny thing is when I go to my BFs or sister's house or some other houses for that matter, I do notice how their toilet tissue is arranged, although I wanted to fix it the way I am used to, I don't, because it's not my house and who cares anyway, it's just a toilet humor that nobody will appreciate, except OCDs.I hope that made sense.

Jason says:

Kissfrot dit :Wawwww j'ai entendu que Greenpoison va petrmrtee de multiplier les iPhone 4 par mitose et de faire apparaitre Bernard Menez en string Leopard au millieu de mon salon via un logiciel spe9cifique de teleportation dispo sur cydia Oulala je suis super impatient !

Craigy33 says:

I think the white suits the iPhone 4 but it defiantly does not on the iPad 2. I had the white iPad & took it back 2 days later & exchanged for the Black as it just looked horribly in white on a big device/landscape. I have the black iPhone 4 & do like the white iPhone 4 however I will wait for iPhone 5 even iPhone 6 if the iPhone 5 version is just like a 3G to a 3GS upgrade.

Robert says:

Fix the white balance in your pictures.

Ladislav Jecminek says:

It was only a marketing move to release white iPhone 10 months later.

techieTroy says:

I thought out was a pretty good article! Yes, it obviously downplayed the competition, but I honestly don't think Rene can help it. Apple does great work, makes great products, and he believes in them.
I, however, switched from my iPhone, which I liked very much, to the myTouch 4G (Android phone) and am SO happy! It has great build quality and definitely does NOT feel like a toy as Rene indicated. My iPhone toting friends are quite impressed with it's feel and speed, and though it doesn't have as dense a screen resolution as the iPhone's very sweet Retina display, it does have a nice screen, and it's fast...and my network is notably faster, and I can do video chat without being restricted to wifi. (I love my T-Mobile and don't want to see out raped for it's resources by crappy AT&T. The iPhone is great, but AT&T sucks!)
Okay, yes, I may have lost focus! The iPhone is great in any color. I chose white for my myTouch 4G from multiple color options (none with a 10-month delay, which probably only Apple could get by with), and I'm very happy with it.

scott says:

I agree. When they cannot "beat" the other guys straight up, they resort to name calling. I like the phone, I HATE the glass. Since I don't feel like buying another one if I drop it, I am forced to bury it in a case for its' protection. GM could make a car out of glass, but that may be a hard sell. The problem with Apple is that people will run out and buy the new "what-ever-it-is" with no regard to how practical it really is.

Avenged110 says:

Not trying to start something, just saying, I prefer the glass and hope that they do not change it. IMHO it looks better and doesn't scratch nearly as much as plastic, if at all. Everyone I know prefers the glass as it feels better (not as cheap) and looks damn fine, you just have to be careful. Just my opinion, though...

TFausett says:

I was hoping they would drop the price 50$ when they released the white iPhone 4. I think that would have made everybody's mouth drop to the floor and i think they could have sold a lot more if they had. I mean it's a no brained I know the phone is a year old and still holds up, but still it's a year old and I think they should drop the price a little to make it a little more inciting to consumers.

allgrey says:

I'm color blind, everything looks gray to me.

Jill says:

Waiting for the 5!! Black is fine for me for bow :)

Wow says:

It's just too bad (sometimes) that people are so focused on their own need that they forget this is not their blog - that this forum serves others too.
Sad that only a very few (referring to commenters only) read your opening paragraph. Personally, it was an interesting read - even the comments as they showed that even thought they disagreed with your message (failed to understand), they could not help from being drawn to it:)

The Nerdy Nurse says:

Went to pick up a white iphone 4 today.
They were out.
Took home a Motorola Atrix instead. Pretty sure I am taking it back.

Shaoul says:

This degree of white looks suspiciously like semen and I prefer a black phone than a semen colored one.

Shaoul says:

This degree of white looks suspiciously like sperm and I prefer a black phone than a sperm colored one.

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Brandon says:

Just switched from Palm Pre Plus to the white iPhone 4 and I must say it was a great decision on my part to get out of my contract early to get such a sexy looking phone! Everyone who has the black one is envying over the white one! Everyone loves it! It's so sexy! idk what you guys are talking about! it is not ugly at all! I think it looks a lot better then black. and I'm tired at looking at the black iPhones. Need to get another color to spice it up a bit! That's why white came out and it was a success! Little late, but better late then never!

Playdoh says:

You did what I did had my black one for 7 days and traded it for a white one

Mirza Ghalib says:

I bought apple i phone on first day of its launch. The battery does not last more than a day on averege use. Its terrible and frustrating

John says:

There's a type error in the last paragraph! But I'm having problems with my proximity sensor!

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I love white iphone 4 ..it is more beatiful & gracefull than black one....

CappyGuy says:

Ok so he said that there is a black slit on the metal part of the iPhone splitting the headset plug in from the power button up on top but on my white iPhone 4 there is no black slit. Do I have a newer version because I got mine late 2011.