Monday, June 7, 2010
Apple has ‘proper’ launch of new 4G iPhone
Some of the lustre may have been taken off of the occasion when a prototype 4G iPhone was found in a bar room toilet two months ago, but Apple is now wilfully releasing their new 4G smartphone.
The iPhone 4G is expected to take VoIP calling to another level bringing faster service and better call quality among other benefits.
The launch takes place at World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco with none other than Apple CEO Steve Jobs himself doing the unveiling.
There are rumours that he will also officially present the updated Safari 5.0 web browser and the iPhone 4.0 OS. This new operating system will make many things easier on the iPhone, not least multi-tasking.
When the prototype 4G iPhone ended up in the hands of website Gizmodo, tech geeks marvelled at the new technology which included High Definition video and dual cameras as well as a new sleek design.
It is thought that the 4G iPhone will be available in the US via the Verizon Wireless network.