Apple Posts iPhone 4 Feature Video

For those that may have missed it, Apple has now posted its feature video for the iPhone 4. The video, entitled “This changes everything. Again.”, is a great roundup of the iPhone 4 device, the tech inside of it, and the device manufacturing process.

The video primarily features the iPhone 4 within the context of the user experience and provides several choice words from Apple executives. The video was shown earlier this morning at the conclusion of the WWDC keynote presentation held by Steve Jobs.

The video features the same sort of theme as the product video shown at the end of Apple’s January media event for the iPad and even going further back to Fall 2009 with the introduction of the new iMacs.

Reports on iPhone news, reviews apps and accessories. Also an armed ninja with an iPhone 4S.

  • chantellejoy

    YouTube Mirror:

    The vid on the Apple site slows down/freezes up my Firefox, so here's another option for people.

  • stonee

    Ok, this is the time that we give up imaging the new features about iphone 4, via third party reference like ifunia iphone column, after “Apple CEO, Steve Jobs introduces iPhone 4 at the company¹s World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco. “.

  • dash8311

    The facetime video is awesome

  • chantellejoy

    Sorry, here's the HD Version too


  • mackman6151

    it would be really awsome, except if you read the fine print it requires WiFi…that really blows because you're confined to WiFi….(unless of course they can re-enable the jailbroken plugin that tricks your phones 3G into thinking its WiFi for apps for iOS4)

  • chantellejoy

    YouTube Mirror:

    The vid on the Apple site slows down/freezes up my Firefox, so here's another option for people.

  • dash8311

    The facetime video is awesome

  • chantellejoy

    Here's the video featuring just FaceTime:

    Pretty awesome indeed.

  • chantellejoy

    Sorry, here's the HD Version too


  • mackman6151

    it would be really awsome, except if you read the fine print it requires WiFi…that really blows because you're confined to WiFi….(unless of course they can re-enable the jailbroken plugin that tricks your phones 3G into thinking its WiFi for apps for iOS4)