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At a developers conference at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, Apple released info about its new products. Among the new additions to the family are the new iPhone 3G S, MacBook Pro, Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Mac OS X Server Snow Leopard, and Safari 4 browser.
iPhone 3G S
The “S” in the iPhone name represents the faster speed in which the phone can perform. One of the news anchors from the Today Show (incorrectly) stated that the number “3” in the iPhone name stands for the 3-times faster that it can pull up web pages. The Apple web site claims it can go twice as fast as the last iPhone G3 release. There are new apps, such as voice controller (voice recognition), virtual compass & mapper, a built in video camera which launch faster than the last G3 phone, a 3 megabit autofocus camera, and a longer battery life.
The new MacBook Pro release features models ranging between 13 and 17-inches in size. It has a batter designed to last 40 percent longer, sports a LED-backlit display with greater color intensity, a glass Multi-Touch trackpad, illuminated keyboard, an SD card or ExpressCard slot, FireWire port, and state-of-the-art NVIDIA graphics. The MacBook Air, known for its thin and light makeup, was redesigned to make it more powerful. What makes it even more appealing is a more affordable price tag.