The keynote at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference on Monday, as expected, included the unveiling of a new iPhone, as well as new software for the iPhone, new MacBooks, a release date for the new Snow Leopard operating system, and more.
In fact, just about the only thing Apple did not unveil was CEO Steve Jobs, who despite rumors did not appear at the keynote. Apple executive Phil Schiller instead did the honors.
The company is pushing the new iPhone, dubbed the 3GS, as up to twice as fast as its predecessor. It also features a 3-megapixel camera, can run video, and also features greater auto focus capabilities than previously available. The 3GS also includes voice control capability for both voice calls and music recognition.