PCWorld: Steve Jobs unveiled the latest iPhone yesterday at the WWDC. The new device is both thinner and heavier than the iPhone 3, and it has a better camera, can shoot video and has a second camera on the front for video calls. It also offers an improved display, multitasking capabilities and longer battery life than the previous version.
The iPhone 4 costs $199 for the 16GB model and $299 for the 32GB model, plus a monthly AT&T data contract. Pre-orders begin next Tuesday, and the device will hit the streets June 24.