Apple unveiled a slew of new goodies at its annual developers conference today, including a price drop on the basic model iPhone from $199 to $99. The New York Times dishes the details:
- The new iPhone 3G S is faster, has vastly improved battery life and camera specs (it finally shoots video), and includes voice control. It comes in two sizes, 16GB ($199) and 32GB ($299), and is available June 19.
- The new iPhone operating system, available to users old and new, is also faster, and includes tons of new features such as audio recording and photos in text messages.
- Macbooks will now come with an unremovable battery that reportedly goes for 7 hours, an SD slot for your digital camera’s memory card, and increased memory and storage options (up to half a terabyte for the hard drive).
- The Macbook Air gets a processor upgrade and a price drop, and the Macbook Pro now comes in a 13-inch model.
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