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Photos of the actual iPhone 3GS might be as rare as hen's teeth on the day of its announcement, but Apple has plenty of renders to keep us happy for now.

Some of the new screens an owner of an iPhone 3GS can look forward to salivating over.

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iPhone, are you telling me where to go?

A digital compass shows you which way north is — we hope and pray this ties in with the built-in maps.

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Can't touch this

To keep those greasy fingers and unsightly fingerprints off your iPhone, Apple has incorporated voice commands for dialling and iPod control.

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Better emails on the horizon

A landscape-mode for the on-screen keyboard will make messaging easier in Mail, Messages, Notes and Safari.

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Déjà vu

Looks familiar? Apple chose to keep the outside of the iPhone identical to the last. This means no matte finish back cover, no front-facing camera and no OLED display. Boo!

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Bigger is the new black

The 16GB storage limit was a deal-breaker for some after last year's announcement. The new 32GB capacity should make the 3GS just that little bit more attractive.

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A delight in white

That's right trendsetters, your favourite fashion accessory still comes in white.

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Not the biggest loser

Don't worry iPhone, you might be as thick as last year, but we still love you.

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