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I don't mean to sound rude, but you I'll just be honest when I say that you're barking up the wrong tree here. There really is no way to upgrade an iPhone of any model. They're just not a device that was meant to be upgraded. The only option to upgrade an iPhone in any way would be to install a motherboard of the same model with more storage. In other words, you could replace your 16 GB iPhone 4 motherboard with a 32 GB version. Of course, that wouldn't help with performance, it would just give you more storage.
I don't mean to sound rude, but you I'll just be honest when I say that you're barking up the wrong tree here. There really is no way to upgrade an iPhone of any model. They're just not a device that was meant to be upgraded. The only option to upgrade an iPhone in any way would be to install a motherboard of the same model with more storage. In other words, you could replace your 16 GB iPhone 4 motherboard with a 32 GB version. Of course, that wouldn't help with performance, it would just give you more storage.
 
If if upgrades were possible, they would be cost prohibitive. Heck, even just a straight replacement motherboard for your iPhone 4 right now would cost nearly as much as replacing the phone.
 
You mention that you're looking to "speed it up". Have you done a restore of the phone and set it up as a new phone lately? Doing that periodically will keep the phone running at its best, as this gets rid of any clutter that has built up in the depths of the operating system that you can't see.

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I don't mean to sound rude, but you I'll just be honest when I say that you're barking up the wrong tree here. There really is no way to upgrade an iPhone of any model. They're just not a device that was meant to be upgraded. The only option to upgrade an iPhone in any way would be to install a motherboard of the same model with more storage. In other words, you could replace your 16 GB iPhone 4 motherboard with a 32 GB version. Of course, that wouldn't help with performance, it would just give you more storage.

If if upgrades were possible, they would be cost prohibitive. Heck, even just a straight replacement motherboard for your iPhone 4 right now would cost nearly as much as replacing the phone.

You mention that you're looking to "speed it up". Have you done a restore of the phone and set it up as a new phone lately? Doing that periodically will keep the phone running at its best, as this gets rid of any clutter that has built up in the depths of the operating system that you can't see.

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