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iPhone 4 favours video technology

iPhone 4 favours video technologyApple’s newest iPhone, the iPhone 4, now features video calling and boasts a number of leaps in video technology, including an iMovie app that will allow videos to be edited in the iPhone.

The iPhone 4’s updated operating system, with a faster A4 processor and a better battery life, said to last through 10 hours of video, will be a boon for mobile video addicts, who have already gained through the iPhone 4’s screen resolution and contrast ratio, which are four times better than its predecessor.

Web pages, pictures and video will be clearer, and image and video capture will also improve due to the upgraded camera, with 5-megapixel resolution, and a built-in LED flash for low light conditions.

The iPhone 4 has the ability to capture high definition video at 30 frames per second. A smaller version of Apple’s iMovie program is available as an app that will allow basic video editing and the ability to add titles, transitions and music.

The video technology also extends to the inclusion of a front facing camera to aid video calling through Apple’s FaceTime service over Wi-Fi.

Apple boss Steve Jobs said this would initially be available only between iPhone 4 users but indicated that it may later be available over existing phone networks.

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Adeline Teoh

Adeline Teoh

Adeline Teoh is a journalist with more than a decade of publishing experience in the fields of business, education, travel, health, and project management. She has specialised in business since 2003.

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