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The Playcast: ‘WWDC’ special

The Playcast: ‘WWDC’ special
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First Published: Wed, Jun 09 2010. 12 47 PM IST

The new iPhone 4: Reuters
The new iPhone 4: Reuters
Updated: Wed, Jun 09 2010. 12 47 PM IST
The new iPhone 4: Reuters
Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference has come and gone, and we have much to talk about as a result.
As expected Jobs unveiled the iPhone 4 at the conference. As tech site Gizmodo showed us, the new phone has two cameras, a ”retina display” or ”RD” screen which will render images at the same resolution as a printed magazine as well as a slightly different design.
Jobs also introduced a new version of Safari which went up for download yesterday and made a number of other announcements related to the App store - the most exciting of which is possibly the iMovie app which will allow you to do basic video editing on the iphone.
Sidin and Krish (Samanth is indisposed at the moment, but will be back next week) talk you through what they thought the hightlights of the keynote address were. Bonus chatter on other game devices, new phone launches and how geeks everywhere are at risk of succumbing to new awesome product overdose.
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First Published: Wed, Jun 09 2010. 12 47 PM IST
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