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Apple’s latest iPhone 4 innovation [Updated with video]

Apple’s latest iPhone 4 innovation [Updated with video]

Apple once again has built and delivered the most advanced mobile device in the market. Steve Jobs, during his interview at the Wall St. Journal conference last week, mentioned that his companies passion was to build the best products around and in this analyst’s opinion they have again set the bar by which other mobile phones will be judged.

This doesn’t mean that other competitors won’t catch up or include key innovations of their own, however for the time being the iPhone 4 and the newly named iOS4 is packed with innovation useful for everyday consumers and tech enthusiasts alike.
It may be easy for many people within the press - including the Apple naysayers - to look at today’s announcements and complain that there was anything truly innovative announced. Statements like these miss the broader picture of not only what Apple is doing but what Apple is doing for the technology industry at large. That being said, I want to highlight several things that require a deeper look.

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Apple iAds: Enabled Beginning July 1 2010

Apple iAds: Enabled Beginning July 1 2010

When iPhone OS 4 (or should we say iOS4) was shown off a few months back, we had a pretty good demonstration of how Apple's new, revolutionary mobile advertisement platform was going to work. But, it wouldn't be an Apple keynote if we didn't get to see it in action again. Of course, there's a few more pieces of information in there that are worthy of mention, but we all know Steve Jobs just wanted to show it off again.

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Apple iMovie is Coming to iPhone 4

Apple iMovie is Coming to iPhone 4

The hits just keep on coming from Apple, as Steve Jobs continues to command the stage at WWDC 2010. While the iPhone 4 was probably the biggest (even if most expected) piece of news announced today, another heavy hitter just hit the stage. The iPHone 4's camera can take HD video up to 720p, at 30fps, but what good is that if you can't edit those movies from your phone, right? That's where iMovie for iPhone comes in, ladies and gentlemen.

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Apple iPhone 4 Officially Announced

Apple iPhone 4 Officially Announced

Well, that didn't take long at all. Steve Jobs has come out on stage at this year's WWDC to blow the socks off everybody out there, and while he believes that the iPhone 4 is, “Beyond a doubt the most precise thing, the most beautiful thing we’ve ever made," we'll have to wait and see it in our hands (hopefully today) before we can make a final judgment. But, it's announced!

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Apple iPhone: Netflix and Farmville Coming Soon

Apple iPhone: Netflix and Farmville Coming Soon

When you think about your iPhone, you think about all the cool things that it can do. You know, all those media functions, and downloading, watching, just about anything you can think of (except watching Flash videos, of course). And when the iPad got announced, with Netflix in tow, many iPhone owners out there felt like they were missing out. Well, you've waited long enough, because it's coming very soon. Oh, and so is Farmville. (You've heard of that before, right?)

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Steve Jobs keynote about to begin!

Steve Jobs keynote about to begin!

You can't have missed the signs: WWDC 2010 is about to kick off, and SlashGear is over at http://live.slashgear.com/ running our customary liveblog of the whole Steve Jobs keynote.  On the cards today is the new, fourth-generation iPhone - tentatively dubbed the iPhone HD - but there's also talk of desktop trackpads, Safari 5 and more.

We'll obviously have full coverage on the SlashGear frontpage, but join us at http://live.slashgear.com/ to follow along with all the news as it happens!...

AT&T tweaking iPhone upgrade eligibility in advance of new model?

AT&T tweaking iPhone upgrade eligibility in advance of new model?

Wanting to buy whatever iPhone goodness Steve Jobs unveils later on today, but currently languishing in the grip of an existing AT&T contract?  According to MacRumors, multiple customers of the carrier are finding that, when they log into http://wireless.att.com and check their account status, they're all of a sudden eligible for an upgrade where previously they were not.  No official word from the carrier as yet, but one obvious explanation is that they're preparing for an influx of requests from existing iPhone owners wanting to switch to the new iPhone HD.

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