As seen on stage at Apple's WWDC 2010 conference, demonstrating the iPhone 4's six-asis motion control.
The new iPhone 4 is also a new type of game controller, with a built-in gyroscope giving the phone (and sometimes games device) better sensitivity for more motion gestures. Apple says the addition will offer "an even better gaming experience."
The newly-announced iPhone 4 adds a 3-axis gyroscope to the motion-sensing mix, tied together with the accelerometer and built-in GPS to provide 6-axis motion sensing gaming.
Steve Jobs has confirmed at WWDC 2010 that what Gizmodo got their hands on in April was the next iPhone - the iPhone 4. At 9.3mm wide it's the world's thinnest smartphone, with a front-facing camera and a 326 pixel per inch "retina display," a resolution never-before-seen on a phone, delivering 940x640 pixels and a…
During this morning's keynote speech at Apple's WWDC 2010 event, Zynga CEO Mark Pincus took the stage to introduce FarmVille for the iPhone.