Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils iPhone 3G

Yesterday Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled iPhone 3G, the App Store, MobileMe, and more in his Worldwide Developers Conference keynote address from San Francisco's Moscone West. Here is a video clip on WWDC 2008 Steve Jobs Keynote - iPhone 3G. This is expected to be released on July 11th in Apple retail outlets & AT&T stores in the US and in 70 other countries by end of of this year.

Here are some Pros & Cons for you to decide on what you can expect on this new iPhone 3G version.

  • Location-based services via the GPS

  • Comes at a low price (US$199 for the 8GB & US$299 for the 16GB version)

  • 3G speed is twice faster than its current version

  • Thinner than the previous model and much lighter version for extra cost

  • Software 2.0 supports Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, delivering push email, calendar & contacts

  • Longer battery life

  • Supports collection of applications available on its SDK for gaming lovers

  • Looks a little better with the new design

  • Better reception & Better Audio
  • No Multimedia Messaging

  • No dock included anymore

  • No Copy & Paste

  • No voice dialing & Video recording

  • No flash support for browser

  • No Landscape keyboard

  • No expandable Memory

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