As expected, Apple CEO Steve Jobs used his time on stage at the Worldwide Developers Conference to announce a new version of the iPhone.
We've pulled together our video clips of his introduction, along with demos of some of its new features, including GPS, the faster 3G wireless technology, and MobileMe, a service that syncs users' e-mail and calendar info on every device they register. Follow the jump for all those videos. Andshown off Monday.
Did Apple fans get all they wanted?
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iPhone 3G makes its debut
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Jobs unveils GPS for the 3G iPhone
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Apple unveils MobileMe at WWDC
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Daily Debrief: iPhone 3G's unveiling
Following Steve Jobs' announcement Monday of the new iPhone at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, CNET News.com's Charlie Cooper and Tom Krazit discuss features the smartphone both boasts and lacks.