You all have probably expected this: Apple has unveiled a new iPhone at WWDC show today. The new iPhone 3G S ("s" stands for speed) looks almost exactly like the 3G model, but offers support for faster 7.2Mbps HSDPA networks. It comes in a new "fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating", and has the followin features, many of which are new:
- 7.2Mbps HSDPA support;
- 16GB/32GB of storage;
- 3Mpix camera with tap-to-autofocus and auto white balance;
- 30fps VGA video recording with editing features;
- Built-in compass;
- Nike+ support;
- 5 hours of 3G talk time;
- 9 hours of Wi-Fi internet use
Holding home button now enables a new voice control interface that allows you do anything you wand from making calls to controling iTunes.
The new iPhone 3G S goes on sale June 19th Stateside and in 80 more countries in August at the following prices:
- $199/$399 for 16GB model on a 2 and 1 year contract, respectively
- $299/$499 for 32GB model on a 2 and 1 year contract, respectively
The current 8GB 3G will remain on sale for $99, effective immediately.