Exclusive- iPhone 4 in Singapore

SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) - – Apple unveiled a next-generation iPhone on Monday that features video chat, can shoot and edit high-definition quality video and has a crisper resolution screen.
"We are going to take the biggest leap since the original iPhone," Apple chief executive Steve Jobs said as he showed off the "iPhone 4" at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference here.
The iPhone 4 will go on sale on June 24 in Britain, France, Germany, Japan and the United States and will cost 199 dollars for the 16 gigabyte model and 299 dollars for the 32GB version.
The touchscreen smartphone, which comes in black and white versions, will be available in 18 other countries in July and 24 more in August. (I hope the 18 other countries will include Singapore!!!)

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.
A close up of the new Apple iPhone 4 is shown at the
Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.

Apple unveils iPhone with video chat

The iMovie app for the new iPhone 4 is displayed, after Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled it, during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Fran

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