Photos and details: iPhone 3G

As expected, Steve Jobs used his WWDC 2008 keynote to launch the iPhone 3G. In addition to operating on the speedier 3G network, the new iPhone offers several other improvements over its predecessor, some more exciting than others.

Crave is teeming with iPhone 3G posts today, and most of them will offer you either an opinionated or a subjective analysis on one or another aspect of the device. You can find service plan assessments, thoughts on the future of GPS, and complaints related to the music player and service.

You won't find any of that here--I don't have much of an opinion on the iPhone 3G. What can I say? It's the end of the day, and my thought process is consumed with an overwhelming desire to kick back on my couch with a glass of Pinot and relish in the fact that we probably won't have another day of Jobs-announcement-related insanity for another few months.

What you can find here are some close-up images of the iPhone 3G, along with a breakdown of the key design tweaks and new features that you can expect (and some that you can't) come July 11. Check out the iPhone 3G slide show for the details.

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