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Today at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference Steve Jobs showed us all what we already knew was coming, the new iPhone 4.

However, even though we were privy to the news of a new iPhone thanks to Gizmodo's leak, today's WWDC did fill us in on the iPhone 4 features. Below are some highlights:

5 megapixel camera - Includes front facing camera and rear camera with LED flash

Retina display

FaceTime - video calls (WiFi only)

A4 processor - same as the iPad

Longer battery life

HD video recording

Video editing with iMovie app ($4.99)

Three axis gyroscope

The iPhone 4 will be available June 24, and pre-orders start on June 15. Pricing is $199 for the 16GB, $299 for 32GB.

For more details on the latest iPhone, visit Apple's website:

Jobs also announced more details on the latest update to the iPhone OS. First, the name has changed from iPhone OS 4 to iOS 4.0. Features of iOS 4 including multitasking, searches on Bing, folders and iBooks. More details on the software update can be found here:

So how many of you are going to buy the iPhone 4?