Jobs expected to unveil faster iPhone at developer event

With the campaign to promote the iPad into its first couple of weeks in the UK the focus is set to shift back onto Apple's iPhone as the CEO Steve Jobs unveils its latest product later this evening. Jobs is expected to take to the stage at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco lat

With the campaign to promote the iPad into its first couple of weeks in the UK the focus is set to shift back onto Apple's iPhone as the CEO Steve Jobs unveils its latest product later this evening.

Jobs is expected to take to the stage at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco later today and take the wraps off a 4G iPhone model with better screen resolution and longer lasting battery life.

Although the focus will be on the 4G capability not all providers are offering a network at that speed but Jobs is expected to pull some other features out of the bag including, according to some suggestions a front facing camera.

Jobs was absent from the WWDC event last year because of ill health and some are perhaps putting too much emphasis on his return hoping it will mean he has a lot to talk about with more gadgets on offer beyond an updated iPhone.

In the 60 days it has been on sale the iPad has sold two million units and the advertising campaign to drive up UK sales is in full swing.

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