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June 7, 2010

Apple finally unveils iPhone 4

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by Darren Allan

Steve Jobs has just delivered his keynote speech at the WWDC (Worldwide Developer’s Conference), and as expected he revealed the iPhone 4.

Not that it was much of a revelation given the Gizmodo prototype leak story back in April.

Jobs confirmed that the new slightly squarer and thinner iPhone will sport an improved 5 megapixel camera, and a second front facing camera for video conferencing duties.

The display will be higher resolution, with quadruple the pixels of the iPhone 3GS for some serious detail. An improved battery will apparently offer 300 hours of standby time.

Finally, a new “six axis” motion sensing system will also be incorporated, which can be used to power sophisticated motion controlled games.

Of course, OS 4.0 will also bring multi-tasking with it, making it a fair old step forward for the smartphone. Although there’s nothing we didn’t know about already here, aside from the six axis motion technology.

No price or exact release date was revealed, but that news should be in the pipeline soon.

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