Apple Unveils New iPhone, OS 4 at WWDC

The tech world held its breath in anticipation of Steve Jobs' speech at the Worldwide Developer Conference, where a new iPhone was finally announced. Show pics courtesy of Engadget.

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    Calling it "beyond a doubt the most precise thing, and one of the most beautiful we've ever made," Jobs brought forth the new iPhone, which he said was 24 percent thinner than the previous 3GS model.
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    he device, which looked like a polished version of the phone Gizmodo introduced the to the world in mid April, includes a front-facing camera and a slew of technology innovations. The iPhone 4 comes in two colors, white and black, and will cost $199 for a 16GB version, and $299 for a 32GB model.
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    Apple CEO Steve Jobs uses the new iPhone during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Monday, June 7, 2010, in San Francisco.
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    Jobs With New iPhone

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs uses the new iPhone during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Monday, June 7, 2010, in San Francisco.
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    Apple Phone 4

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces the new iPhone 4 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Monday, June 7, 2010, in San Francisco.
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    Apple CEO Steve Jobs, with the Apple iPad displayed over his shoulder, delivers the keynote address during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Monday, June 7, 2010, in San Francisco.
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    Crowds Build at WWDC

    Crowds build up as registration begins for Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, where Steve Jobs is widely expected to unveil a new iPhone.
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    Waiting for Steve

    The Moscone Center in California fills up as Apple developers, fans, and journalists pour in for the annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), where the company is widely expected to unveil a new iPhone. 
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    Crowds build up as registration begins for Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, where Steve Jobs is widely expected to unveil a new iPhone.
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    Bloggers and Journalists En Masse

    Masses of journalists pack the floor at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, where the company is widely expected to unveil a new iPhone.
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    The Moscone Center, in San Francisco, is the host site for the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Monday, June 7, 2010, where Apple CEO Steve Jobs is expected to give the keynote address.
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    Fourth-Gen iPhone?

    This device cause a firestorm of activity -- and led to the late-night search of a Gizmodo employee's house. Is it an unauthorized, leaked version of a forthcoming iPhone? There is a front-facing video chat camera on the new iPhone, in addition to the standard camera on the back of the device.
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    Is This the New iPhone?

    The exact resolution of this next-generation iPhone is undetermined, but it's much higher than the current iPhone 3GS.
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    The device has a plastic back, but a stylish an aluminum border as well.
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    Power, mute, and volume buttons are all metallic on the latest Apple iPhone. 
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    The back is entirely flat, made of either glass (more likely), ceramic, or shiny plastic in order for the cell signal to poke through. Tapping on the back makes a more hollow and higher pitched sound compared to tapping on the glass front, but that could be components inside.
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    Apple iPhone 4G?

    This newly uncovered iPhone is three grams heavier than the iPhone 3GS, the latest current model.
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