On this day in 2010, Steve Jobs took to the stage at WWDC and introduced the world to the Cupertino company’s fourth generation handset, the iPhone 4.
The iPhone 4 didn’t only bring with it a brand new and flat design, which was 24 percent thinner than the iPhone 3GS, but it also introduced FaceTime, an upgraded 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, VGA-quality front-facing camera, refreshed design, and significant Retina display screen resolution upgrade — with 4x the number of pixels as its predecessor.
While you still see a lot of people rocking the iPhone 4, you have to remember that it is not capable of running the latest version of iOS. The iPhone 4 was also the first time we really say leaks of iPhone prototypes, the most well known of course being the Gizmodo leak, which ultimately led to officers from the Rapid Enforcement Allied Computer Team (REACT) task force of the California HTTAP Program raiding the home of Jason Chen, the Gizmodo editor responsible for reviewing the prototype, seizing all of his computers and hard drives
Check out Steve Jobs unveiling the iPhone 4 below:
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