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iPhone 4 valued at $199/$299as part of upgrades

With the release of the Unlocked iPhone 4 everyone was intrigued by the numerous additional features inbuilt into it. While the official date for the release of the iPhone 4 has been set for June 24 by Apple, the price for the 16GB iPhone 4 is set at $199 while the 32GB version of the iPhone 4 will cost around $299, should you decide to go in for the upgrade offers. Available in two colors, white and black, the iPhone 4 is sure to set records on its release date of 24th June. On the downside, due to production of the iPhone 4, the manufacture of the iPhone 3 has been discontinued while the price of the iPhone 3GS has been reduced to $99 for the 8GB device.

Along with unveiling the iPhone 4, Apple also announced that the latest version of its operating system, the iOS4.0 will be made available for all users from 21st June onward. This latest release of the OS will be made available to all iPhones free of cost. In the same vein, AT&T has also announced that current subscribers of theirs currently having plans ending in 2010 would be able to upgrade to the iPhone 4 at a cost of $199 or $299, depending on the memory capacity they need.

With the release of the iPhone 4, Apple has been able to cement its place in world markets as a global leader in the development of unlocked smartphones. One prominent feature of the iPhone 4 is its using of a gyroscope, GPS and accelerator. According to Apple, this is meant to benefit users of the iPhone for gaming. Because of these new implementations by Apple, the device can register six-axis movement, allowing users a much more vivid gaming experience. At the same time, there is also an improvement in the camera capabilities of the iPhone 4. The current version of the iPhone has a camera with 5MP as compared to previous versions using just 3MP cameras.

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