June 07, 2010 by Steve Crowe
The iPhone 4 goes on sale June 24, and Steve Jobs called the fourth-generation iPhone the “biggest leap since the original iPhone” launched in 2007.
Some of the upgrades on the iPhone 4 include a higher resolution, thinner design, a front-facing secondary camera for video chat, 1GHz A4 Processor (also in the iPad), longer battery life, and a 5 megapixel camera.
And Netflix announced an iPhone app that will launch this summer that delivers the full Netflix experience.
With all these new features and AT&T’s new tiered data plan pricing, current iPhone users will be chomping at the bit to get their hands on an iPhone 4. But will the iPhone 4 stop Google’s surging Android device? We’ll have to wait and see, but how many of you plan on buying an iPhone 4? Take a look at the comparison chart of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS and answer the poll below.
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