Steve Jobs has just unveiled the official iPhone (yes, it’s still called the iPhone) at his MacWorld keynote. It will feature a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, 4GB ($499) /8GB ($599) of memory, 2.0-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR w/A2DP, and EDGE. It goes on sale in June (US) through Cingular. Lots of pictures after the jump.

Perhaps most amazingly, though, it somehow runs OS X with support for Widgets, Google Maps, and Safari, and iTunes (of course) with CoverFlow out of the gate. A partnership with Yahoo will allow all iPhone customers to hook up with free push IMAP email. Apple quotes 5 hours of battery life for talk or video, with a full 16 hours in music mode

[via Engadget]