Introducing iPhone 4

Thinner, heavier, and faster, the new iPhone 4 that Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced at Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was indeed the leaked prototype that caused such a ruckus a couple months back. Read full review
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Thin and powerful

The iPhone 4 is 25 percent more svelte than the iPhone 3GS; it's 9.3mm thick and is powered by Apple's A4 chip, the same one that powers the iPad. Many more specs are available here. Read full review
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Clever concealment

Apple engineers wrapped the Wi-Fi and cellular antennas in the metal strips surrounding the phone's exterior. Read full review
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Super resolution

The oddly named "Retina Display" quadruples the resolution of the iPhone 3GS, bringing the screen into 940x640-pixel clarity. Read full review
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Finally, some camera love

At long last, Apple upgrades the iPhone's camera, bringing it up from 3 megapixels to 5. A front-facing camera also gives the iPhone the ability to place video calls. In addition, the LED flash on the main camera remains on when you switch on the video recorder. Read full review
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Classic colors

Apple continues its preference for the tuxedo palette with black and white versions of the iPhone 4, available in 16GB and 32GB storage capacities. Read full review
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Sound and noise

Shown in black, the iPhone 4 redesign extends to the volume controls. There are two microphones onboard to facilitate noise cancellation. Read full review
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