Steve Jobs debuted the iPhone 4 today at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Here’s a snapshot of the new features:
The flat, stainless-steel-rimmed iPhone 4 will be available in black or white, and will go on sale June 24, Jobs said. Price is the same as last year’s 3GS… $299 for the 32GB version or $199 for the 16GB model. The iPhone 3G is being discontinued, and the old iPhone 3GS will now sell for $99.
The new unit features a front-facing camera, a receiver, a microSIM tray, and a camera with LED flash in the back. On the bottom, it sports a mic, 30-pin connector, and speaker. The top of the unit includes a second mic, a second sleep/wake button, and a noise-cancellation button.
Other features include:
- The 5 megapixel camera does HD video recording of 720p at 30 frames-per-second
- A “tap-to-focus” for video allowing users to edit videos LED flash that remains on during HD video recording
- iMovie app that has been rewritten to run on the iPhone
- Microsoft’s Bing service will be added to the iPhone for search
And from the people who leaked the iPhone 4 prototype, Gizmodo is now offering their iPhone 4: The Definitive Guide…