Some reports have suggested the next iPhone will have a 4.6-inch display. A new report, from iMore, claims the new iPhone will just have the same 3.5-inch screen as all previous iPhone models. They do expect 4G LTE, just like the new iPad. » Rumor: Next Gen iPhone Has LTE and Launches This Fall
If you drive by San Francisco and got some spare time, make sure to check out the App Store HyperWall at the WWDC. Its a real-time view of the top 50,000 apps being downloaded from the App Store, the app icon drops down every time the app gets downloaded and organize themselves into colors. The App Wall is powered by 30 Mac Pro towers with Mac OS X Snow Leopard and EVGA NVIDIA GTX 285 graphics cards. The video above is a little shaky, but gives you a pretty good idea.
Apple has added three videos to their YouTube channel and on the official Apple website. Yesterday’s keynote was given by the one and only Steve Jobs. He seemed to be very energetic and also very happy about the announcement of the new iPhone 4. This keynote has now been posted online for your viewing pleasure. » Three Videos: Keynote, FaceTime And iPhone Intro
Today’s keynote started at 10 a.m. at the Moscone Center to kick-off the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). Steve Jobs presented the new iPhone after first announcing some numbers about sales of the iPhone, the iPod touch and the iPad. The thing where people came for is ofcourse the iPhone. As is tradition lately, every year, somewhere in June, Apple shows us a new version of the iPhone. This year they introduce the iPhone 4.
On this page a live coverage blog of the Apple Media Event on June 7th will take place. Apple starts its event at 10:00 AM Pacific Time. The event will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Keep an eye on this page for updates about the live coverage.