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New Bell Canada Ad For Palm Pre Flatters Apple’s Advertising Department

Posted August 21, 09 10:00 AM by Tanner Godarzi

Apple’s iPhone Ads are known for their use of white backgrounds, preppy music, enthusiastic male narrator and a single, ominous hand holding the device demonstrating its various features and seemingly limitless array of Apps available for download. Bell Canada, one of the newest carriers for Palm’s smartphone, the Pre seems to have been more than just inspired by Apple’s video spots and has nearly copied the Ad bit for bit. While the ad was shot without counseling from Palm, it deviates from the handset maker’s use of a somewhat creepy and sterilizing female narrator describing the Pre’s features in an almost otherworldy experience.

Video after the break

Via: The iPhone Blog


Everything You Need to Know about iPhone Video

Posted August 21, 09 7:00 AM by Meiera Stern
Categories: reviews Software Videos 

ISmashPhone has a comprehensive article up about iPhone Video. It covers what kind of formats the iPhone will read and produce and an explanation for how this came to be; also included is a mini-glossary of key video terms, and a graphic list of video converting tools such as Handbrake, iSquint, and Videora, ConvertTube, and MPEG streamclip. The article also gives links for how to record TV shows and convert them to various file formats, and links for how to convert home videos (recorded on your own camcorder.) Want to find ways to get free video and figure out which video apps you can’t live without on your phone? This article can help.


Apple Posts Video Tutorial Of MobileMe iPhone App

Posted July 29, 09 7:00 PM by Tanner Godarzi
Categories: Apple Videos 

Shortly after releasing its Mobile iDisk App for the iPhone, Apple has posted a quick guided tour of the App. The video is available here.

Via: The iPhone Blog


iPhone 3GS Used To Tape TV Segment On The iPhone 3GS

Posted June 23, 09 4:00 AM by Tanner Godarzi
Categories: Videos 

imageJune 19th marked the release of Apple’s 3rd generation iPhone, the iPhone 3GS which not only brought a speedier hardware package but an improved 3.2 Megapixel camera with video recording capabilities. To show how well the 3GS’ camera is, a CBS reporter was tasked with using it in the field which made its way to TVs everywhere.

Lining up at 5:30 AM that Friday, Gio Benitez documented the huge buzz surrounding Apple’s newest iPhone and to pick up the newest device himself. After enduring a few hour wait, Gio decided to use the iPhone instead of a traditional camcorder for his segment. The video turned out so well, it was aired on WFOR’s 5 p.m. evening newscast.

The quality of the video and sound was impressive on the phone, but I figured it would be less appealing when put on TV. Again, I was wrong. I plugged the phone into my computer and iPhoto popped up with all of my videos. I “dragged and dropped” the videos into Final Cut Pro and I was ready to edit. No advanced techniques needed to extract the video.

Via: CBS


iPhone 3GS Hands On In Brazil

Posted June 16, 09 4:00 AM by Tanner Godarzi
Categories: Videos 

While the iPhone 3GS isn’t set to be made available for another few days, a few lucky people managed to get their hands on one ahead of time.

A Brazilian iPhone Blog has posted a video walkthrough of the new iPhone demonstrating the new features packed in to the device such as MMS and video editing.

Via: The iPhone Blog


DirecTV iPhone App Now Available, Schedule DVR Recordings On The Go

Posted March 31, 09 5:00 AM by Tanner Godarzi

imageDirecTV has released an iPhone App (iTunes Link) that allows customers a plethora of extra features if they subscribe to the service.

In addition to scheduling DVR recordings, the App, which works over Wi-Fi, EDGE and 3G lets you browse television programs 2 weeks in advance as well as start your recording 2 minutes before a show starts. While the App is much more robust than its web interface counterpart, TUAW notes that only the “DIRECTV Plus® DVR (models R15, R16, R22), DIRECTV Plus® HD DVR (models HR20, HR21, HR23) or TiVo® Series 2 receivers with 6.4a software” are currently supported.

Via: Macrumors


SlingPlayer Makes Its Way To The iPhone

Posted March 27, 09 8:00 AM by Tanner Godarzi

imageSling has announced its SlingPlayer for the iPhone has entered a 1.0 release and has been submitted to the App Store for approval.

The mobile player for the iPhone has been long rumored since the device’s launch but now, we only have to wait until Apple approves the App. The system allows you to stream you content to any device in the world from the company’s Sling Box media player. The iPhone App would accomplish the same thing allowing you to listen to music and watch videos stored on your Sling Box and in addition, let you control your DVR to record and schedule shows when you’re away from home.



CBS comes to the iPhone

Posted February 27, 09 12:38 PM by Chris Seibold
Categories: Applications Videos 

Big fan of CBS shows, you know Matlock and Murder She Wrote? No. Well never mind then. Wait, CBS has had some really great shows. Star Trek TOS, CSI, 90210 and others. All of the catalogue isn’t there yet but the generally progression of things like this is a smallish initial catalogue with a growing inventory over time. Now you’ve got one more way to watch yesterday’s TV wherever you happen to be. Get the app in the iTunes Store.

via Gizmodo


iPhone 3G Guided Tour Reveals More

Posted July 2, 08 12:00 PM by Jovan Washington
Categories: Apple Videos 

Yesterday, when the iPhone 3G guided tour was released, I watched it getting bored at what I already knew, but as I continued watching, I noticed some things.

Briefly alluded to during the iPhone 3G’s introduction at WWDC, the “dramatically improved audio” of the updated iPhone is now attributed directly to its new microphone and speakers.

I like the look of the new speakers and I hope they are just as good as Steve Jobs says they are. By the speakers I noticed something unlike Apple however.

A look at the bottom of the device also shows two screws at either end of the Dock Connector. Hmmm? Apple normally hides anything that resembles a screw, but it is clear as day on the iPhone 3G.

I guess it’ll make it easier for those who disassemble electronics to gain access easier.

Also, while watching the highly anticipated 2.0 software guided tour, the front view of the App Store shows an AIM application that may likely be released July 11th. This may be a reasoning behind not including text messaging to the contract. Who knows?

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Mossberg Confirms 3G iPhone in 60 Days

Posted April 7, 08 4:07 AM by Gregory Ng
Categories: Rumor Videos 

According to Gizmodo, Walt Mossberg confirmed in a Beet.tv video that the 3G iPhone will be coming in 60 days. Check out 6:53 into the video below. Walt throws out this nugget nonchalantly: “It’s not just because the iPhone will be 3G in 60 days….”


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