Jobs revealed the new iPhone 4 to us on WWDC today; you may already know something about the new iPhone from technology blog such as Engadget. But there are some details you don't know. I got some hands on time with the new iPhone right after Steve Jobs introduced the device at his WWDC keynote. Let's tell you the remaining details.
Video Calling - FaceTime Finally, the video chatting experience, courtesy of FaceTime, is elegant. We love that it's built into the phone, something that's not true of the new EVO 4G, and that calling someone is as easy as pressing Video Call on Skype.
Powerful A4 processor It has an Apple A4 chip inside, just like the iPad. Inside the A4 there are a few interconnected chips: A Cortex-A8 main processor unit-the main brain-paired with a PowerVR SGX 535, which handles the high definition graphics of the new iPhone. These are directly connected with each other and two low-power 128MB DDR SDRAM chips. Since all these components are in the same chip, Apple claims the iPhone 4 can process data more quickly while consuming less battery than before.
iPhone 4 Price The Phone 4 will be available in black or white on June 24, and will cost $199 and $299 for 16 and 32GB if you are a new user or you are eligible for an upgrade. If you are an existing iPhone user, the early upgrade will cost you $399 and $499. Without contract, the iPhone 4 is $499 and $599.
High-Resolution Retina Display The iPhone 4 was rumored to have a high-resolution 960 x 640 display, but what no one knew was that it has a new technology called Retina, which Apple described for the first time today. This construction, which crams in 326 pixels per inch, allows the display to look sharp even when you zoom in on text, photos, or within apps. While not as sexy a feature as video chatting, 720p movie recording, or an iMovie app, it's details like these that make this new iPhone impressive.
5 megapixel camera - support HD video editing and recording The new iPhone has a bigger sensor for the main camera. the sensor maintains the same 5 megapixel count. They are bigger dots, however, so it has a higher ISO-or sensitivity to light. That means that you would be able to take better photos and video in low light conditions, and your pictures will look a lot better. In the front, there's a video conference camera, with standard VGA resolution. This camera will be used with third-party applications, as well as Apple's own video conference solution.
iBooks is available to iPhone iBooks will also be available for the new iOS4. Apple claims that the new iPhone 4's 325 pixel-per-inch display will make the books perfectly readable. It will use the same controls as the iBooks application in the iPad.
For more features and reviews of iPhone 4, you can refer to this iPhone 4 review website. I can't wait to get the new iPhone 4.
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