iPhone 4, the long, long rumoured phone was re-revealed (previously done by Gizmodo) by Steve Jobs at the WWDC 10 event today!
Several new features have been added, like the all-knew look of the iPhone 4, LED flash, 5 megapixels camera with a front camera for video calls, very high resolution screen, HD video recording and much more!
Just after the keynote ended, the guys from ArsTechnica got hold of the iPhone 4 and did a good hands-on review and posted several beautiful photos of the iDevice!
We knew it was coming, and yes, it was finally unveiled today by Steve Jobs at the end of day one of WWDC 10. Video Calling.
iPhone 4 features a front camera, which gives it the capability of video calling, called as FaceTime! You can enjoy video calls over WiFi with no carrier limitation or restriction.
iOS 4 download now available! Steve Jobs, Apple CEO, just announced at the WWDC 10 event (day 1) that the iPhone OS 4 has now been renamed to iOS 4.
The good part? It is now available for developers and will be available for download for public soon!
iMovie for iPhone app has just been announced and is now available in the App Store for $4.99 only!
It works just like the iMovie desktop app, but on a smaller screen! It gives you almost all the features for premium video editing and a lot more!
Here I will be posting the live video streaming feed links I’ll find online to watch WWDC 10 online live!
WWDC 2010 is no secret and has been in news since the big Gizmodo iPhone 4G leak and since when the rumours started for the next gen iPhone HD.
The event is scheduled from June 7th to June 11th, starting today at Moscone West, San Francisco where the highly anticipated iPhone HD (fourth-generation) could be announced. Steve Jobs, Apple CEO, will be delivering the keynote himself.
Apple may not be telling anyone about this and will remain liptied till the last moment, but they have booked Moscone Center for a “Corporate Event” which is to be held in July.
We believe this Corporate Event will be the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2010 because that’s the only Apple event that takes place in June-July every year.