We've been lucky enough to get our hands on an iPhone 4 and it's a beauty.
The iPhone 4 is sturdy and the exterior looks very stylish. Its slimness doesnt really come through in pictures and we're not too sure about the white version, but it does feel like a lovely piece of kit.
All the demo models were running iOS4, which works extremely well. Multitasking works as expected - double tap the home button to bring up a carousel of apps to switch to.
The screen is fantastic, it's a beautifully sharp screen, a noticeable bump up from 3GS. We played with iMovie briefly and that's very nice too, an elegant way to edit longer videos.
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The 'Retina' display is noticeably sharper than the 3GS's screen. Look at how crisp the icons look.
The iPhone 4's 5-megapixel camera is easy to use and comes with an LED photo light so you can finally take pictures at night with an iPhone. It also shoots HD video.
This is the iPhone 4 next to the iPhone 3GS.
Here you can see how thin the iPhone 4 is compared to the 3GS.
These gaps might look odd but each gap is the end/start of an antenna. The new design uses the steel rim as an antenna which should help get a better GPS, HSDPA, Wi-Fi signal.
Here you can see the new volume keys and the forward facing camera for video calls.
This is iMovie for iPhone, which allows you to edit video.
This is the multitasking carousel which pops up when you push the home key twice.
The power button.
The 5-megapixel camera with LED photo light.
iBooks for iPhone in action.
Steve Jobs, the man, the legend.