Apple Launched iPhone 4, with Bing and iOS4, This Week
Apple launched the iPhone 4, the latest in its line of popular smartphones, on June 7 during the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference. While Apple CEO Steve Jobs praised the iPhone 4 as a substantial leap forward for the device, it faces rising competition from the growing family of Google Android smartphones. The iPhone 4 will include Microsoft’s Bing as a search-engine option, along with a proprietary A4 processor and a 5-megapixel camera. Jobs also touted iPad and iBooks sales, as well as new applications such as Netflix for iPhone.

Apple rolled out its much-anticipated iPhone 4 this week, with company CEO Steve Jobs taking the stage June 7 at the company’s 2010 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco to show off the next-generation device. Despite the iPhone 4’s advanced features, however, Apple finds itself embroiled in an intensifying battle against Google in the smartphone space, as Android-based devices continue to proliferate.

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