Steve Jobs took the stage at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco to.
During the nearly two-hour speech, Apple's CEO--dubbed the iPhone 4. The new phone is 9.3mm thick (25 percent thinner than the iPhone 3GS) with two built-in cameras (one on the front and one on the back with an LED flash), and two microphones for noise cancellation. It features a 940x640 pixel "Retina Display," which is four times the resolution of previous iPhone models. It will be available June 24 in five countries and will remain on AT&T's network in the U.S.
Apple also renamed the mobile operating system to iOS under the reasoning that it's essentially the same across the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
Among the flurry of news from Jobs' speech was the announcement that
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