“Even during a demo glitch due to WiFi congestion, Jobs managed to get the fanboys and girls, as well as investors, excited about Apple’s new, super-thin smart phone,” Poletti reports. “New features, some already anticipated after the infamous iPhone-gate, include a built-in video camera, an improved camera system, better screen resolution technology, and the ability to make a movie with Apple’s iMovie software.”
Poletti reports, “Jobs also unveiled “one more thing,” his famous catch phrase for a big surprise… Jobs said the iPhone 4-to-iPhone 4 video calling feature, called ‘FaceTime’ will work initially over a WiFi network only in 2010. In an acknowledgment that video calling is going to be a big bandwidth draw on the network, Jobs said Apple has to ‘work with the carriers.'”
MacDailyNews Take: Apple ought to try working with competent U.S. carriers. Oh, right, there aren’t any.
Poletti continues, “While Jobs didn’t quite pull a rabbit out of the hat, it does appear that this is the biggest improvement to the iPhone since it was launched over three years ago.”
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