Steve Jobs opened up the World Wide Developers Conference on Monday with a keynote address to a packed house in San Francisco, where he unveiled Apple's newest iPhone, the iPhone 4. With a new retinal display that boast crisper, clearer images and text, packing four times as many pixels into the same amount of space, a new camera, and FaceTime video calling, Jobs' excitement was clear. He calls this the biggest leap since the original iPhone. See all the images from Monday's event from our live blog here.
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