Gallery: Steve Jobs at WWDC
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It’s been no secret that Apple is introducing 3G to the iPhone. But you’ll have to wait until July 11.
Jobs shows off a Web page loading speed test of EDGE vs. 3G. 3G wins in 21 seconds while EDGE takes 59 seconds.
The 8GB iPhone will cost $199, while the 16GB model will be $299, and that model will also be available in white.
iPhone feature MobileMe lets you send responses to e-mails without opening them.
For iPhones, Apple is going to provide a push notification service which uses Apple servers to maintain connections and push data to iPhones even when they are off.
Major League Baseball will let you follow the action on iPhones.
Steve Jobs shows off iPhone’s scientific calculator.
Mark Terry from Moo Cow Music demoed an app which lets you create music–called Band.
There are also drums and a 12-bar blues creation app on Band.
"Super Monkey Ball"
To play a Sega game called Super Monkey Ball, you must tilt the iPhone.
An iPhone simulator.
From Pangea Software comes touch gaming with Enigmo.
A road sign for iPhone 2.0.