As Steve Jobs takes the stage in California for the company’s annual developer conference, the Apple faithful collectively held their breath — what will the tech guru show off today?
Many details of Apple’s next-generation iPhone are already widely known, but expectations were nonetheless sky-high for the fourth-generation smartphone’s official unveiling — expected to take place Tuesday at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
And Jobs did not disappoint.
Calling it “beyond a doubt the most precise thing, and one of the most beautiful we’ve ever made,” Jobs unveiled the new iPhone, which he said was 24 percent thinner than the iPhone 3GS. The device, which looked like a somewhat more polished version of the device Gizmodo introduced the world to in May, included a front-facing camera and a noise-canceling mic.