- Specs: 5MP, backside illuminated sensor, 5x digital zoom, LED flash, and HD video recording (720p at 30 fps).
- Display: 960×640; retina display
- Pricing: $199 for 16GB and $299 for 32GB.
- Release: June 24, 2010. Pre-orders start on June 15, 2010. AT&T will allow customers to upgrade early.
- Colors: Black or white.
- Improved enterprise features: The features include better data protection, better device management, wireless app distribution, multiple Exchange accounts, support for Exchange Server 2010, and SSL VPN support.
- iOS 4: iOS is the new name for iPhone OS. "Golden Master Candidate" will be available to developers today.
- FaceTime: Video calling (FaceTime) only works over Wi-Fi and only works iPhone-to-iPhone. Apple is going to take FaceTime to a standards body to try to make it an Internet standard.
- Thinnest smartphone ever.
- The iPhone 4 is powered by the Apple A4 processor.
- The radio antennas are now integrated into the metal side-plates of the phone.
- Apple is adding a three-axis gyroscope.
- Apple announced iMovie to the iPhone 4 (for $4.99) so that you can quickly edit your clips into a finished video.
- Apple is also making its own case for the iPhone 4 for $29. The iOS 4 will be available for the iPhone 3G and 3GS as a free download on June 21. It will also be free to iPod Touch owners.
To see Jobs in action, watch this five-minute CBS News video from the keynote address.
More about the iPhone 4
- Battery life: The next iPhone's top priority (TechRepublic)
- iPhone 4 battery life: How much is Apple promising? (TechRepublic)
- Photo: iPhone 4 accessories
- Video: iPhone 4 video calling
- Video: iPhone 4 camera features
- Video: iMovie comes to the iPhone
- Video: iPhone 4's new gyroscope
- Video: Netflix on the iPhone
- Video: iPhone 4 unveiled
- Gallery: Steve Jobs reveals iPhone 4 at WWDC
- With artsy vibe, Apple's Jobs pushes iPhone parity out of rivals reach (ZDNet)
- Apple iPhone 4: Everything you need to know (ZDNet)
- WWDC video: iPhone 4 unveiled (ZDNet)
- WWDC video: Netflix on the iPhone (ZDNet)
- Why Apple's new iPhone 4 is not a Flip mini camcorder killer (ZDNet)
- Good job with iPhone 4, but the Sprint HTC EVO 4G is staying (ZDNet)
- What Apple's FaceTime app means for Skype (CNET)
- New apps announced at WWDC (CNET)
- Steve Jobs Debuts iPhone 4 and iOS 4 (CBS News)
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Mary Weilage is a Feature Editor for CBS Interactive. She has worked for TechRepublic since 1999.