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Thursday, 29 April 2010 12:58

New iPhone expected at WWDC 2010

Written by Slobodan Simic

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June 7th

As you probably already know, Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference 2010 is drawing near and while every developer is working hard to make its apps ready for that iPhone OS 4, the every last drop of attention will probably be taken by the new iPhone HD.

The new iPhone HD has already made its appearance thanks to that "lost and found" fiasco, but we are quite sure that Jobs has a few more tricks up its sleeve and that the official unveil will be far from dull. The new iPhone HD will have quite a few new features, and a quite interesting and more serious look.

If rumours are to be believed, it will feature an Apple A4 1GHz processor, a better main camera and second front camera, as well as a higher resolution screen. Hopefully, this is just the tip of the novelty iceberg.

We, and probably the entire world, are looking forward to it, as finally, iPhone is looking more serious than anything. Hopefully, we'll see more on June 7th if Apple manages to dig out that prototype buried in Gizmodo's back yard.

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