The announcement was made at the “Let’s Talk iPhone” event held at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters.
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The iPhone 4 is identical in looks to the iPhone 4 that we know and love in almost every way. It will get the upgrade to Apple’s iOS 5 software, which we have tested extensively and can tell you runs beautifully, even on this ‘older’ hardware.
Moving the iPhone 3GS to a ‘free with contract’ pricing is an aggressive move by Apple that is solidly aimed at the cheaper Android market. It is an older phone but will still get iOS 5, making it an attractive alternative for those looking for the ‘cheapest option.’
iOS 5 is the next major revision to Apple’s software for iPhone, iPod, Apple TV and iPad devices. You can see our complete rundown of the iOS announcements back at WWDC here. We’ve also got a closer look at some of the features of iOS like iMessages, Twitter, Setup and Notification Center, iCloud and alerts.
We will continue to bring you the latest news on the features of iOS 5 in our Apple coverage today, so stay tuned here.