Gallery: Apple adds multitasking to iPhone 4.0

Gallery: Apple adds multitasking to iPhone 4.0

Summary: Steve Jobs announces new features to iPhone 4.0 - the biggest is multitasking for the iPhone, iPod and iPad.

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  • Next up, Forstall announces voice over Internet Protocol on the iPhone. He says one out of every nine international calls are connected by Skype. And now, when users are on Skype, the phone calls will keep going even when you're using other apps.

    Photo credit: James Martin

  • Skype's David Ponsford takes the stage to demo the application on the iPhone, noting that the service has amassed more than half a billion registered users.

    Incoming call invites come in as a standard iPhone/iPod notification. Clicking the answer button just brings that app back.

    Photo credit: James Martin

  • Using Skype, incoming call invites come in as a standard iPhone/iPod notification. Clicking the answer button just brings that app back.

    Photo credit: James Martin

Topics: iPhone, Apple, Hardware, Mobility, Smartphones

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