All Infos from the WWDC Coverrage
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10:57 am Record, edit, and share HD video right on your phone.
10:57 am LED flash can stay on during video recording.
10:57 am One-click sharing.
10:56 am Tap to focus video with built-in video editing.
10:56 am 720p at 30fps.
10:56 am Camera records HD video!
10:56 am "But that's not all."
10:55 am Quality is incredible.
10:55 am Showing photos taken with camera, look remarkable.
10:55 am 5x digital zoom in camera app and tap to focus with LED flash.
10:55 am 1.75 micron pixel size in sensor.
10:54 am Backside illuminated sensor.
10:54 am 5 megapixel camera.
10:54 am More concerned with better photos than megapixel statistics.
10:53 am Feature 5- New camera system.
10:53 am Steve can't wait to see what developers do with it.
10:53 am Gyro joins 4 other sensors, accelerometer, compass, proximity and ambient light sensors.
10:52 am Jenga tower falls, audience claps.
10:52 am Steve about to lose at Jenga game demo.
10:52 am Rotation of 3D objects is unbelievably smooth.
10:52 am ZenBound will be amazing with this.
10:51 am Extremely impressive demo, audience going crazy.
10:51 am With Gyro enabled rotation is insanely better.
10:51 am Shows Jenga-looking game with accelerometers not moving when he rotates with gravity.
10:51 am Doing demo, makes joke about how it won't require a network.
10:50 am New CoreMotion API's for extremely precise location.
10:50 am Gyro + accelerometer = 6 axis motion sensing.
10:50 am 3 axis gyro for pitch roll and yaw.
10:50 am iPhone 4 has a Gyroscope.
10:49 am Feature 4-
10:49 am Dual mics, 802.11n.
10:49 am Capable of 7.2mbit down 5.8mbit up once carriers support that speed.
10:49 am 32GB of storage, quadband HSDPA/HSUPA
10:49 am IPhone 4 environmental report card being showed, is highly recyclable and has nothing nasty in it.
10:48 am Bigger battery plus A4 processor, 40% more talk time. 7 hours talk time. 6 hours of 3G browsing, 10 hours of WiFi browsing, 10 hours of video. 40 hours of music. 300 hours of standby.
10:48 am Biggest component in iPhone is battery.
10:47 am A4 chip in iPhone is incredibly small.
10:47 am Designed by Apple's own team, "wonderful to have in an iPhone."
10:47 am iPhone 4 powered by Apple A4 chip.
10:47 am Feature 3-
10:46 am Steve thinks this will set the standard for the next 7 years.
10:46 am With higher resolution artwork, apps/games on Retina Display "look stunning."
10:46 am Without developers doing any work.
10:45 am iPhone OS 4 - Apps automatically run full size but look even better because iPhone OS automatically renders text and controls in higher resolution.
10:45 am Retina Display has 78% of the pixels of an iPad right in the palm of your hand.
10:45 am "You can't make an OLED display with this kind of resolution right now."
10:44 am 326 ppi. 800:1 contrast ratio also 4x better than 3GS. Uses IPS technology for superb color and wide viewing angle.
10:44 am 3.5" display, same size, 960x640.
10:44 am Steve concludes demo.
10:44 am Someone shouts, "Try Verizon."
10:43 am Asks Scott for any suggestions.
10:43 am Steve apologizing again.
10:43 am iPhone 4 slowly barely loads NY Times.
10:43 am Difference is fairly amazing.
10:42 am Steve goes back to showing photos.
10:42 am iPhone 4 now on AT&T, all kinds of error messages about not being connected to the internet popping up on iPhone 4.
10:41 am Switching to backups.
10:41 am NY Times still not loading on iPhone 4.
10:41 am Steve asks everyone to get off WiFi to help him out, audience laughs.
10:41 am Loading slowly, "networks in here always unpredictable."
10:40 am Loading up NY Times next.
10:40 am Zoomed in difference looking at home screen is remarkable. Apple had to get special projectors to show just how good this screen is.
10:39 am Firing up both phones.
10:39 am Doing a live demo now.
10:39 am Showing differences in photos now.
10:39 am Showing examples of the two screens. "Once you use a retina display you can't go back."
10:38 am 326 ppi "comfortably over" that limit.
10:38 am Text like "a fine printed book."
10:38 am 300 ppi is limit of the human retina when held 10-12 inches away from the eye.
10:37 am "Never been a display like this on a phone."
10:37 am Retina Display: 326 ppi.
10:37 am "Really really sharp text."
10:36 am New display technology, dramatically increases pixel density. 4x as many in same amount of space.
10:36 am Retina Display.
10:36 am "This is a biggie."
10:36 am Feature #2-
10:36 am "When you hold this in your hands, it's unbelievable."
10:35 am Uses stainless steel for strength, uses glass for optical quality and scratch resistance.
10:35 am Audience goes "Oooo..."
10:35 am One side is Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, other is UMTS and GSM.
10:35 am Shows that the stainless steel band is the primary structure of the phone, "Brilliant engineering, uses band as part of Antenna system."
10:34 am Three black seams.
10:34 am Pointing out weird line on side with volume buttons, steve says people have asked "WHat's this?"
10:34 am Top has headphone jack, second mic for noise cancellation and sleep/wake button.
10:34 am Bottom has mic, 30 pin connector, and speaker.
10:33 am Going over external buttons, volume up and down, mute, front facing camera. Micro-sim tray, Camera with LED flash on back.
10:33 am "Thinnest smartphone on the planet."
10:33 am 9.3mm thick, 24% thinner than current iPhone.
10:32 am "Really thin."
10:32 am Glass on front and rear with stainless steel running around the side.
10:32 am "This is beyond a doubt the most precise things, one of the most beautiful things we've ever made."
10:32 am "Believe me, you ain't seen it."
10:32 am All new design, "A lot of you have already seen this."
10:31 am Well over 100 new features, not enough time for them all. Covering 8 today.
10:31 am "This is really hot."
10:31 am iPhone 4.