A new iPhone was spotted last night, and while the body has stayed very much the same, its guts received a much needed overhaul. Apple has thrown a faster processor and twice the RAM into the 3GS, with a 3MP autofocus camera, better battery life and voice controls. iPhone OS 3.0 will come pre-installed, giving you a digital compass, copy and paste functions and a neat Find My iPhone application. It will come in 16GB and 32GB capacities, in the familiar black and white, and be priced US$200 and US$300 respectively. Out in the UAE this August.
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Before any Apple event, sweaty palmed fan boys pledge allegiance to Jobs while anti-Apple naysayers hold their Zunes up high, leaving everyone else to speculate. This time round, the iPhone is in the spotlight. We’ve heard rumours ranging from US$100 handsets, an updated camera with video capabilities and increased 32GB capacities. We’ve also seen OLED screens, Apple tablet renderings, matte surfaces and glowing Apple logos. And while we can’t comment on those rumours, a loose-lipped Belkin exec recently let slip she had seen plans of the new ‘smaller and thinner’ iPhone. We shall all find out in the next few hours…
If Iron Man carried a USB flash drive into battle, this would be it. With up to 32GB of memory, it’s encased in anodized aluminium and is water resistant to the crushing depths of 200m. It’s got a shock-dampening collar that protects against sudden impact and vibration damage, and if you’re still unsure of its protection powers, there’s a 10-year guarantee chucked in free. If only it came in a flash hotrod red.