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7:40 PM ET, June 7, 2010

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Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
iPhone 4: The Definitive Guide  —  We already showed you the new iPhone from every angle, inside and out.  Today, Steve Jobs re-revealed it, telling us about the remaining details.  Here's the exhaustive guide to all the features of the new iPhone 4.  [Updating live]  —  Hardware technical features
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Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
iPhone 4 first hands-on! (update: FaceTime video demo)  —  We've just gotten some face time (ha ha!) with the new iPhone 4, and let's just say this: it's incredibly sexy.  We'll hand it to Apple, the phone is so thin it's kind of mind-boggling.  The 3GS by comparison looks bloated.
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
Why Is AT&T Suddenly So Generous?  —  AT&T's upgrade offer for iPhone 4 is “generous,” as Steve Jobs put it.  Any iPhone owner eligible for an upgrade any time this year can upgrade immediately—up to six months early.  But maybe you shouldn't.  —  You're probably familiar with the standard contract-subsidized phone.
Paul Miller / Engadget:
iPhone 4 announced, launching June 24 for $199 with new FaceTime video chat  —  Apple has unveiled its new iPhone 4 after a couple wild, unprecedented months of leaks.  Sure, it looks exactly like we expected it to (Steve compares it to an old Leica camera), with a glass front and back, but it's what's on the inside that counts, kids.
Apple:
Apple Presents iPhone 4  —  All-New Design with FaceTime Video Calling, Retina Display, 5 Megapixel Camera & HD Video Recording  —  Thinnest Smartphone Ever  —  Apple® today presented the new iPhone® 4 featuring FaceTime, which makes the dream of video calling a reality …
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Apple Posts iPhone 4 Feature Video  —  Apple has now posted its feature video for the iPhone 4, entitled “This changes everything.  Again.”  The video was shown at the conclusion of Steve Jobs' WWDC keynote presentation today.  —  The video is similar in theme to one shown at the end …
Discussion: TiPb
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Netflix app headed for the iPhone  —  After two months of burning up the iPad, Netflix is ready to devour its latest platform: the iPhone.  Just like the iPad app — where it reigns as the number one downloaded entertainment app, Netflix will have you know — it's free …
AppleInsider:
Apple unveils iPhone 4 with 326ppi display, A4 chip, gyroscope
Darren Murph / Engadget:
AT&T: upgrade to iPhone 4 up to six months early
Jonathan Hirschman / CenterNetworks:
10 Apple iPhone 4 Game Changers
Sachin Agarwal / Sachin's Posterous:
FaceTime will be successful because you don't need an account
Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:
Apple Adds Bing To The iPhone (MSFT, AAPL, GOOG)
Discussion: MediaMemo
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Apple Has Paid $1 Billion To App Developers (And Other Key Stats)
Discussion: eWeek, VentureBeat and Gadget Lab
Nilay Patel / Engadget:
FaceTime video calling added to iPhone 4... and it's WiFi-only
Gizmodo:
Watch the Apple Keynote's Network Meltdown  —  WWDC keynotes are usually carefully orchestrated affairs.  This one?  Not so much.  You've read in our live blog how Steve Jobs had to bail on a demo because of network trouble.  Now you can watch how uncomfortable it all was.
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Ryan Block / gdgt live:
Live WWDC 2010 keynote coverage  —  Manual updating, hit F5!  —  9:42AM - Louis Armstrong setting the mood while thousands of developers funnel in.  Just a little more than 15 minutes to go!  —  9:27AM - Alright, we're in!  This is actually the earliest I've ever seen Apple seat the press …
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
Steve Jobs live from WWDC 2010  —  11:55AM And that's all she wrote!  Thanks for reading, and thanks to Justin Glow, Dan Chilton, and the Blogsmith and Netops teams for keeping us afloat!  — 11:55AM “And all the rest of the family that just supports us in a thousand ways... awesome job.
Neil Hughes / AppleInsider:
iPhone 4 keynote plagued by high-tech Wi-Fi meltdown  —  An abundance of Wi-Fi hotspots inside the Moscone Center on Monday caused technical difficulties for Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs, which resulted in some frustration for the showman, renowned for his usually polished presentations.
Ben Patterson / Yahoo! News:
Verizon iPhone, $99 Apple TV and other no-shows
AppleInsider:
Apple releases Safari 5 with extensions, expanded HTML5 support  —  Apple on Monday released Safari 5, the latest version of its desktop Web browser, with a 30 percent performance increase, the addition of Bing search and secure sandboxed extensions, as well as support for more than a dozen new HTML5 technologies.
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PR Newswire:
Apple Releases Safari 5  —  Apple® today released Safari® 5, the latest version of the world's fastest and most innovative web browser, featuring the new Safari Reader for reading articles on the web without distraction, a 30 percent performance increase over Safari 4 …
Janko Roettgers / NewTeeVee:
Did Apple's iPhone 4 Just Kill the Flip?  —  Apple CEO Steve Jobs just announced the highly anticipated fourth-generation iPhone at WWDC, and the device is bound to make some people at Cisco pretty nervous: The iPhone 4 features 720p HD video recording at 30fps, an LED flash that doubles …
Discussion: GigaOM and jkOnTheRun
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Andrew Nusca / ZDNet:   Why Apple's new iPhone 4 is not a Flip mini camcorder killer
Gizmodo:
iMovie for iPhone is Coming
Discussion: VentureBeat, CNET News and App Advice
Brad Stone / Bits:
Why Apple's iBook Numbers Are Meaningless  —  There was e-book news today at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference: Steve Jobs, Apple's chief executive, said that big publishers have told him that sales of e-books for the iPad now account for 22 percent of all e-books.
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Paul Boutin / VentureBeat:
Jobs predicts iAds will steal 48% of mobile advertising market  —  Move over, AdMob and Millennial.  Apple CEO Steve Jobs presented a slide at this morning's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco that claims that 48% of spending on mobile advertising in the United States …
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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
AdMob CEO Omar Hamoui On The FTC, Competing With Apple, And …
Discussion: mocoNews
Tom Neumayr / Apple:
Apple to Debut iAds on July 1
 
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