You're going to have to wait until June 24th to actually hold iPhone 4 in your hands, but you can place a pre-sale order at Best Buy starting tomorrow, June 15th.
The one question Apple never answers at keynotes—their opinion is implicit—is always the most pertinent: Should I buy this new thing? Here's a simple guide:
This is a photo taken with the new iPhone 4's backlit sensor camera. Click to see it at its original 2,592 x 1,936 resolution. Apple claims the photo is not retouched, so what can we learn from it?
Like any good pundit, I took a stab at what Apple might present today at WWDC. And like everybody else, I was mostly wrong! New iPhone? Check. But take a look at everything Apple left on the table. UPDATED:
Now that iPhone 4 is official, it's clear where the iPad is gonna be heading. Steve Jobs even gave us a couple clues.
Most of the media is getting their hands on the iPhone 4 for the first time. So what do they think? The screen seems like the biggest standout feature, but then again, no one could really test the camera.
If you'd asked me before today what a bumper is, I would've said a part of a car—but according to Apple, a bumper is now an iPhone 4 case which comes in six colors. We're talking white, pink, orange, green, blue and black. It's got holes on the left-hand side for the three buttons, and will come in at $29 when it goes…
WWDC keynotes are usually carefully orchestrated affairs. But you might have just read in our live blog how Steve Jobs had to bail on a demo because of network trouble. Awkward.
Along with HD video recording, the iPhone 4 is getting a way to edit it right on the phone itself: iMovie for iPhone.
Steve Jobs mentioned an all-new "Retina Display" for the iPhone 4. But what exactly is a "Retina Display?" Apart from a marketing buzzword, it's essentially a high-end screen with four times as many pixels in the same screen real estate.
We're just a few hours away from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. Before we know for absolute certainty what they've got planned, let's see if we can't separate probable fact from probable fiction. UPDATED:
With a few lines of code, it seems, at least one of the specs of the next iPhone is settled. According to video capture presets tucked away in the iPhone SDK, 720p recording is in the cards.
There's a reason why more people haven't seen the next iPhones before Steve Jobs makes an announcement: They're in disguise.
We took apart the next iPhone.