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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.

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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.

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Clever concealment

Apple engineers wrapped the Wi-Fi and cellular antennas in the metal strips surrounding the phone's exterior.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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