Dreams do come true, sometimes. After their live video streaming app got rejected, developer Pointy Heads Software made an impassioned plea to none other than Apple CEO Steve Jobs. The result is now available for download in the App Store, and is a positive sign that developer complaints are being taken seriously by Apple.
Even before the launch of the original iPhone in 2007, rumors swirled in blogs and message boards that Apple might integrate a front-facing camera for video conferencing into the unit. It has yet to happen more than two years later, but that hasn’t stopped Israel-based fring from making at least one part of the puzzle a reality today.
Two weeks ago, clever thieves in Belgium made off with nearly 4,000 iPhone 3GS units from a warehouse belonging to carrier Mobistar. Now the stolen phones are starting to appear in Russia, of all places.
Whether it’s converting movies to watch on your iPod, building party
playlists, getting album art online, buying music, renting movies, or
backing up your iPhone, there’s an awful lot under the surface--and
even more than ever with the release of iTunes 9 in September. Many of
the tips and tricks we show you throughout this feature will save you
time and even reveal a few things you didn’t know you could do.
Over the long holiday weekend, evidence was uncovered that a new model of iPhone is being field tested in California, along with a new Apple job listing that promises to bring Maps to “the next level.”
While it may not pack the power of Final Cut Pro, Nexvio’s ReelDirector app for iPhone does allow you to do what seemed impossible just a short time ago: Edit video on your iPhone and share it with friends and family.