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24 June: iPhone 4 day in UK and US

24 June: iPhone 4 day in UK and US

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Apple has confirmed that the new iPhone 4, announced during the company's keynote speech at WWDC, will hit stores on 24 June in the UK and the US. Although Apple, O2, Vodafone and Orange have yet to set prices in the UK, the new phone brings with... >>

WWDC10: iPhone 4 FaceTime brings video calling to iPhone 4

WWDC10: iPhone 4 FaceTime brings video calling to iPhone 4

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It's been a fair few years since Steve Jobs added a "one more thing" to his keynote at WWDC, but he's used video calling on iPhone 4 as an added extra. Yawn. Called "FaceTime" - no, really - it's only via Wi-Fi in 2010, and will only work iPhone 4 to... >>

Carphone Warehouse opens pre-registration for iPhone 4

Carphone Warehouse opens pre-registration for iPhone 4

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Carphone Warehouse is now offering customers the opportunity to pre-register for the recently announced iPhone 4. The store expects the new handset to arrive in the UK "from late June 2010" (now confirmed as June 24), and is allowing customers to be... >>

WWDC10: iPhone 4 finally takes camera phone settings seriously

WWDC10: iPhone 4 finally takes camera phone settings seriously

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After 3 years of offering substandard camera features on the iPhone, Apple has announced that the new model will be upping the megapixel count from a 3-megapixel camera to 5-megapixels and adding HD video to boot. The new version of the iPhone will include... >>

WWDC10: Apple iPhone 4 becomes reality

WWDC10: Apple iPhone 4 becomes reality

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Apple has confirmed the launch of the new iPhone 4 at its WWDC conference in San Francisco. The new model, which is the same as the leaked prototypes seen in Vietnam and a bar near Apple's HQ in Cupertino, is made from stainless steel, features a glass... >>

WWDC10: Farmville coming to iPhone

WWDC10: Farmville coming to iPhone

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Zynga's hugely subscribed massively multiplayer online game, Farmville, is coming to iPhone. A new client is coming to the App Store sometime in summer, in order to help grow the user base beyond its current 70 million strong players. "Farm any time anywhere"... >>

WWDC10: Apple iBooks app gets PDF viewer built-in

WWDC10: Apple iBooks app gets PDF viewer built-in

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Apple has updated its iBooks app for the iPad and iPhone, adding a number of features that weren’t there for launch. Having already served up over 5 million iBooks, that's 2.5 books per iPad for anyone counting, Apple are already claiming that it is... >>

WWDC10: 17 apps per iPad downloaded

WWDC10: 17 apps per iPad downloaded

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There are now 8,500 native iPad apps available on iTunes, reveals Steve Jobs during his WWDC10 keynote speech. And, on average, 17 apps per iPad sold have been downloaded. It's "a great number," says Jobs. He also reveals that there is "tremendous interest... >>

WWDC10: The 5 best iPhone 4G videos on the 'net

WWDC10: The 5 best iPhone 4G videos on the 'net

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Much of the hype around the iPhone 4G, pre-WWDC, has been fan-created. Pictures of mock-ups, surreptitious glances at ill begotten prototypes, and speculative scribblings about camera placements have helped fan the flames of 4G fever. But it is a... >>

WWDC10: Pocket-lint's iPhone 4G predictions

WWDC10: Pocket-lint's iPhone 4G predictions

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Steve Jobs' keynote is but a few hours away now, and we fully expect him to launch the much-leaked, controversial iPhone 4G (or iPhone HD, as many believe it will be called). Or do we? In the face of months of speculation and gossip, the Pocket-lint team... >>