In the iPhone 4 introduction at the WWDC Keynote, Steve Jobs really pushed the great camera on the iPhone 4. We've seen some really great photos, and even a short movie come from the on-board 5MP camera. However, new reports from Macworld suggest that some iPhone 4 owners are suffering from yellowish tinted photos when photographing in low-light situations.
Earlier this morning, we headed out to the Apple Store on Stockton Street in downtown San Francisco to check out all the hubbub surrounding the iPhone 4. With the reports from Twitter and Facebook that the lines were gargantuan, we had to check it out for ourselves. When we got to the store an hour before launch, the line extended around the block, all the way to the street that is actually parallel to that of the Apple Store. Hopefully, the faithful patrons that were waiting in the cold, frigid, San Francisco summer weather won't go home empty handed.
Read ahead to check out our photos from this morning's opening, complete with captions!
It's finally here: the moment you've been waiting for. Well, you're probably waiting to actually own the product and hold it in your own bare hands, but until then this should hopefully suffice. Scroll down and click on each photo to embiggen to revel in the glory that is the iPhone 4. It's sleek, it's sexy, and it's got a really nice display. There's also a few screenshots of iMovie and some of iPhone iOS 4's features.
It’s been a busy week for Apple -- between prepping for the iPad this Saturday and updating Mac OS X 10.6.3, they’ve also found the time to update a lot of smaller pieces and parts, too. One of those is the MobileMe Gallery app for the iPhone.
With the 3GS's 3-megapixel autofocus camera, the iPhone has quickly replaced our point
and shoot camera for everyday photos. Leave it to Flickr to find the
most popular cameras used on the site, and you'll see that the iPhone is number 2, with a bullet.