Launch of iPhone 4 Makes Gambling Even Easier

Published June 13, 2010 by OCR Editor

Launch of iPhone 4 Makes Gambling Even Easier

Steve Jobs announced launch of new model, complete with longer battery life.

Online gambling is set to become even more accessible now that Apple has launched its iPhone 4, complete with many new features.

Longer battery life heads the list of features outlined by Apple CEO Steve Jobs when he announced the iPhone 4's arrival at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday.

The iPhone 4 will have up to forty percent more battery life than its predecessor, an important addition for gambles wanting to use mobile casinos for long periods of time.

With the popularity of all models continuing to rise worldwide, online casinos are improving their graphics to meet the demand for their mobile version.

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All Slots Mobile Casino just recently announced the launch of a new marketing tool to enhance its websites, and is offering its customers a free demo video that explains how to download and register, and outlines the casino's banking options.

All Slots' WAP and web applications use touch-screen technology and operate in both upright and widescreen orientation. In addition, its mobile web application hosts nine games with no need to download anything.

Sale of the new iPhone begins in the United States on June 24. Upgrades will cost $199 for the 16 gigabyte model and $299 for the 32 gigabyte model.

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