Apple's 3G iPhone arrives

At Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference today in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs finally unveiled the long-anticipated 3G iPhone.  The phone will be available July 11 in 22 countries. The price will be as low as $199 for the 8 GB 3G iPhone. The 16 GB device will cost $299.

The 3G device will come with GPS, WiFi and will sport a battery life that provides 5 hours of 3G talk time and 300 hours of standby time. For high-speed browsing, batter life should extend to 5 to 6 hours. Click here to see photos of the device.

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