Apple Unveils New-Look iPhone
Apple Monday unveiled the latest edition of its popular iPhone, the iPhone 4. The new device, which Apple called its "biggest leap since the original iPhone," features a new design, a higher-resolution "Retina Display," a thinner form factor and dozens of software upgrades.
The device, which was infamously leaked several months ago as reported by Gizmodo.com, was unveiled by CEO Steve Jobs on the first day of Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference in San Francisco.
The iPhone 4 will be sold in 16 and 32 GB denominations, for $199 and $299, respectively, starting June 24, with preorders beginning June 15. An 8GB version of the 3GS will be available for $99 as well. The phone will also be offered in both black and white; its exclusive carrier in the U.S. remains AT&T.