The New IPhone 4G Is Not A Surprise, But Already I Want It Because Of One Feature

Posted: Jun 6 2010, 2:33pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:14am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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Steve Jobs is expected to unveil the new iPhone 4G aka iPhone 4GS aka iPhone HD, whatever you want to call it, tomorrow at the WWDC 2010.
I am currently on an iPhone 3GS. I am quite happy with it, but the one rumored feature of the iPhone 4G will make me switch and pay whatever the carrier is charging me for the early upgrade.

960x640px resolution is all it takes that makes me want the new iPhone.
This much resolution on a small device like the iPhone is awesome.

Browsing the web and viewing photos should be much more impressive and productive than on the current iPhone.

The 2nd video camera for video conferencing is nice to have and I am really excited to try this out in real live. If it is just limited to Wi-Fi, I rip that cam out.
In any case I am still excited to watch how Apple position the new iPhone 4G despite all the leaked information around it.
The fun starts tomorrow, June 7th at 10am PCT.
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