Apple’s iPhone 4 is the biggest upgrade yet for the handset. Highlight features include a front-facing camera, a 960 x 640-pixel that shows image and text more crisply, the same A4 processor that powers the iPad, and a 5-megapixel camera that also shoots high-definition video.
FaceTime, the iPhone 4’s new videoconferencing software, is accessible via a button in the Phone app. Unfortunately the Wi-Fi in the press room was flimsy, but when we connected for a few seconds, it was pretty fun.
iMovie, You could edit video before but with Apple’s new iMovie for iPhone there are 1,500 new features, so editing movies on the iPhone is probably easier than what most people use on their home computer. It can edit on 720p HD and add effects and music from iTunes to your vid. You can even export to 720p. It doesn’t come with the iPhone 4 but you can download it for $4.99 from the app store.
iBooks, iBooks will also be available, same as the iPad, and with the incredible display will make reading eBooks very easy.
Gyroscope, The new iPhone 4 has a gyroscope built-in. This means that it can track movement with amazing precision, a lot better than the accelerometers in the previous iPhones. It’s 3-axisalong with the accelerometer, you basically have 6-axis motion sensing similar to the PS3 controller.
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