Here is a summary of the World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) 2010 announcing the new upcoming iPhone 4 (not iPhone 4G).

  • Display upgraded to an IPS 960 x 640 pixel (326 ppi) screen with 800:1 contrast ration
    • 4x resolution compared to the 3G
  • Wireless networking upgraded to 802.11n
  • 512MB of RAM (versus 256MB for the 3GS and iPad)
  • Back camera upgraded to 5 megapixel but with the same pitch (1.75um) as the older 3G camera (= better low light sensitivity)
  • Front camera (new) has VGA (640×480) resolution
  • Camera will also have LED flash and can record 720p video at 30 fps
  • It will also have a front facing camera, allowing for the newest feature – FaceTime – a “video calling” software
  • The iPhone 4 will be 25% thinner than the 3G
  • Battery life
    • 7 hours of 3G talk
    • 6 hours of 3G browsing
    • 10 hours of WiFi browsing
    • 10 hours of video
    • 40 hours of music
  • Pricing:
    • 32GB for $299
    • 16GB for $199
  • Availability:
    • Pre-order on June 15th
    • Available on June 24th (including Japan)
  • Some other stuff:
    • iAds = advertising platform for developers
    • Support for Microsoft Bing search
    • 6-axis motion sensor with the addition of a gyroscope
    • A4 processor just like iPad
    • Limited multitasking support
    • Support for folders
    • Comes in black or white