WWDC 2010: Steve Jobs adds Video Call & Editing to iPhone 4

wwdc-2010-steve-jobs-adds-video-call-editing-to-iphone-4Rumors turned into true. Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs not only unveiled iphone 4 but also adds one more thing to it at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2010.

Apple chief executive Steve Jobs showed off a next-generation iPhone on Monday which features the ability to shoot and edit high-definition quality video at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Jobs said in a keynote speech that, “We are going to take the biggest leap since the original iPhone.”

On June 24 “iPhone 4” will go on sale in Britain, France, Germany, Japan and the United States and will cost $199 for the 16 GB model and $299 for the 32GB version.

We all knew that already iPhone 4 would have a front-facing camera. but Steve Jobs waited to show a new thing until the end of his presentation. By using his famous “one more thing” sequence, Steve Jobs called Jonathan Ives, designer of Apple by using FaceTime.

FaceTime is a new software app for video calling. As the new feature currently only works on WiFi connections, Jobs asked the audience to turn off their Wi-Fi devices. By using the front or rear iPhone 4 cameras you can video chat in portrait or landscape mode.

Steve says Apple needs to work with carriers to support it on 3G. He also said, “Apple will ship tens of millions of FaceTime devices this year so there’s going to be a lot of people to talk to.”

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