WWDC is just days away and the biggest news from the event will be the new 2010 iPhone 4G — well that’s what we assume Apple will call the device. We hope that Steve Jobs will announce the launch of the fourth-generation iPhone and inform us when we will be able to get our hands on it.
Normally when a new iPhone is launched we have no idea as to its specs and design — we just speculate. However, this time is different due to a stolen iPhone purchased by Gizmodo and then doing a full review on the new 2010 iPhone. Most of us were happy to finally see what the new Apple smartphone looks like, but some argue that this has taken some of the excitement away from WWDC 2010.
The phone and the new iPhone OS 4.0 that goes with it is a greater jump from the 3GS and the 3GS was from 3G. The processor will get an upgrade, as well as the camera and storage. One of the most important components is its battery; this is now thought to be 15 percent larger.
Apple is not the only one who has been working on making the iPhone better, so has AT&T by offering a data plan revamp. The existing data plan is now being replaced with two – DataPlus and DataPro — the cost will be $15 per month for 200MB and $25 for 2GB respectively. According to Chris Ziegler from Engadget, he believes that the new overage system from AT&T is a game changer; more information on this can be found by hitting the link above.