Apple boss Steve Jobs unveiled the latest version of the iPhone at the technology giant's annual conference in San Francisco on Monday. The smart phone offers over 100 new features, including a front-facing video camera and higher screen resolution.
For Apple, it’s been a tradition to unveil a new iPhone every year since the smartphone’s launch in 2007. On Monday, Apple chief executive Steve Jobs introduced the latest version of the next-generation smartphone - the ‘iPhone 4’ - during a keynote speech at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco.
The new gadget includes more than 100 new features, including a front-facing camera for video-conferencing via services such as Skype, and a higher resolution screen. Its 3.5-inch screen is the same size as previous models, but features 326 pixels per inch, four times more than the earlier iPhones.
Two models, with a capacity of 16 GB or 32 GB (coming in at 199 dollars and 299 dollars respectively), will be on sale from June 24.
Date created : 2010-06-07