The iPhone 4 includes more than 100 new features including a front-facing video camera to allow for video-conferencing between iPhones, a better still camera, an improved battery, and a screen with significantly higher resolution.
Steve Jobs called the iPhone 4 the “thinnest smartphone on the planet.” 9.3mm thick.
The iPhone 4 can also shoot and edit HD video.
A program called “Face Time” which will run exclusively on WiFi for now, allows video calling on iPhone 4 to iPhone 4.
It also has a five – megapixel camera.
Apple‘s all-new “Retina Display,” the highest-resolution screen ever on a phone which the new iPhone 4 will run on its 3.5-inch, 960×640 pixels screen features 326 pixels per inch, according to Jobs 300 pixels is the limit of the human retina. “Once you hit that number images and text begin looking extraordinary,” says Jobs.
The iPhone 4 will go on sale in five countries June 24 (US, Japan, UK, France, Germany) and will cost 199 dollars for the 16 gigabyte model and 299 dollars for the 32GB version.
The phone can be pre-ordered beginning June 15th, and will available in an additional 18 other countries in July 2010, 24 more in August, and 44 more in September.