Co-founder Steve Jobs says it's 'one of the most precise and beautiful things we've ever made'
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has revealed details of the new iPhone.
The iPhone 4, which was unveiled in San Francisco earlier today (June 7), now has two cameras (one forward facing in addition to the one on the back of previous models), an improved display and battery life, plus the ability to record high-definition video and video call.
“This is one of the most beautiful designs you’ve ever seen,” Jobs said. “This is beyond a doubt one of the most precise and beautiful things we’ve ever made.”
Set to go on sale on June 24, the prices in the US will be $299 (£206) for the 32GB model and $199 (£137) for the 16GB device, with UK prices yet to be announced.