News tagged ‘YouTube’
If you dont have an hour and twelve minutes to watch full Apple’s iPad mini keynote, here is a short version which is less than 4 minutes:
Here are first iPad Mini hands-on videos:
Blendtec has posted a video demonstrating how the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 holds up to their blender.
It's time for Tom to get a new phone. So which one should he get? The new iPhone 5, or the Samsung Galaxy S3? You know how he will decide. Which blends best.
Take a look:
Apple today posted its iPod ad entitled 'Bounce' on YouTube for the new iPod touch and iPod nano.
Rovio has announced that it will release a Star Wars edition of Angry Birds on November 8th.
On November 8, the Angry Birds and Star Wars universes will collide, in our best game to date. http://angrybirds.com/starwars
Take a look at the teaser below:
With the today’s launch of the iPhone 5, a number of companies are performing benchmarks and tests on the new iPhone. It is common practice to perform a series of drop tests with any new iPhone to find out how well it withstood the common falls.
Well, this is really funny. Jimmy Kimmel has posted a video where he shows to people on the street the new iPhone 5, but its really just the iPhone 4S.
Apple officially unveiled its new redesigned headphones called “EarPods” at the yesterday’s media event. The company explained that the EarPods are three years in the making and posted a video featuring Jony Ive explaining the process of creating the new earbuds.
Here is an interesting video by Sam Beckett, that summarizes the new features expected for the iPhone 5 which will likely be unveiled by Apple tomorrow.
Google, as promised, has launched a native YouTube app for Apple’s smartphone. Previously we reported that Apple would be removing the YouTube app from IOS 6 that is expected to be released in the immediate future. At that time, Google said that a native iOS app is in the pipeline.
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Aatma Studio published a nice video showing some concept features for the future iPhone 5.
New iPhone 5, New iPad & iPad Mini come together in this iPhone 5 concept must see video. This CG iPhone 5 has a longer iPhone design, iPhone 5 new larger home screen, iOS 6, fingerprint scan, iPhone's new notification center with siri updates and stretchable or rubberband electronics.
CiccareseDesign has created a new set of renderings and even a 3D model of the 7.85-inch "iPad mini" setting up for an October debut. The design is based on the numerous rumors, part leaks, and work by case manufacturers who are trying to determine what the device will look like in order to have their products ready for sale as soon as possible. As far as you know, the 7.85-inch iPad offers 66% of the surface area of the current 9.7-inch iPad and almost 40% more surface area than competing 7-inch tablets.
Vietnamese website Tinhte.vn posted the video, showing what is allegedly a totally redesigned pair of Apple in-ear headphones. The site also notes that the product will likely be introduced either alongside the sixth-generation iPhone. The site claims that the new headphones are manufactured in Vietnam in a Foxconn plant as cable labeling reads "Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in Vietnam." The in-ear unit is somewhat a departure from current earphone models from Apple, featuring a truncated teardrop shape that is supposedly more comfortable than the gratis set supplied with the iPhone.
A translation of the video is provided below:
GSM Israel posted a video of a physical mock-up of the iPhone 5. The device in the video appears fairly similar to the dozens of earlier leaked enclosures said to represent the new iPhone. GSM Israel says it stumbled upon the device at the booth of a third party accessory maker during its normal tour of the IFA show floor in Berlin on Saturday. The physical mockup was created by a case manufacturer to test early case designs on the upcoming iPhone.
SmartPhoneMedic has posted a video comparing leaked black and white 'iPhone 5' glass panels to the iPhone 4S.
As you can see, the iPhone 5 front glass panel is slightly taller than the current iPhone 4/4S. However, it still remains the same width. Compared to the Samsung Galaxy S III, the iPhone 5 will have a smaller display area in both width and height. We're not sure why Apple decided to only make it taller and not wider, but I'm sure Mr. Cook will explain it at the upcoming Apple Event. The other major component is the 8-pin dock connector. It does look like Apple has moved away from their traditional 30-pin dock connector to a new, and much smaller, 8-pin dock connector. It is still unknown if they will provide some type of adapter for those out there with 30-pin dock connector accessories. It will be very interesting to see how Apple handles this issue.