Monday, June 7, 2010

Introducing 'officially' the iPhone 4.

Despite all the leaks and drama, the public release of the iPhone 4 at the WWDC10 was a huge success...even though there were a few technical difficulties during the presentation.
As suspected the keynote hosted by Steve Jobs introduced the newest iPhone. With over 100 new features over its predecessor, Mr. Jobs went over just a few of the hardware and software additions such as: enhanced screen resolution, multitasking, iAds, LED camera flash, front facing camera, folders, HTML5, retinal display integration, mail...and more. Overall, the iPhone 4 encompasses and covers all the gripe and criticism that the older models got.
Check out the play by play breakdown of today's event by Engadget.

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