Apple announces iPhone 3G S
9 June 2009 — 2:00 PM
Apple has revised its latest phone with a number of changes that it claims make it the fastest model it has produced so far.
Those recycling mobile phones could soon use the cash they have generated to get their hands on the manufacturer's new iPhone 3G S, which comes with better 3G connectivity, a longer battery life and an improved camera.
It has been announced that the latest version of the gadget will be equipped with a three-megapixel snapper that boasts auto focus, video recording and is compatible with MMS image messaging.
Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice-president of worldwide product marketing, said changes to the price and technical specifications of the handset could mean more people now opt for one of their handsets.
"[This] is the fastest, most powerful iPhone yet and we think people will love the incredible new features [ ] we are thrilled to get iPhone 3G into the hands of even more users who want them."
Apple's iPhone 3G was launched in the UK in June 2008.
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