It’s tech conference season, and as such there have been lots of new technology announcements over the last few weeks. With Windows 7, Office 2010, Project Natal, Bing, and Google Wave, to name just a few, announced, it’s been an exciting year in the technology world.
This week was no different. This time it was Apple’s turn to add some new products to the mix. The biggest announcement at their WWDC 2009 conference was the June 17 release of the iPhone 3G S. This new generation of iPhone is faster, has a better camera, and a better battery. They dropped the 8GB and the 16GB of the iPhone 3G S will cost $199 with new contracts (or renewals after two years).
In addition, the iPhone 3G 8GB will now cost $99 with new contracts (or renewals after two years).
Apple’s other major announcement was the pending release of their new operating system, Snow Leopard. To be released in September, the new Mac OS will cost $29 to upgrade from Leopard.