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Enjoy DVD/Video with iPhone 4, Android, BlackBerry, HTC,WP7, MP4, AVI, etc.. Sun Jun 26, 2011 10:02:04 PM#179775Perm Link
With the development of technology, several of media portable players emerged and have enriched our daily life greatly. We enjoy our favorite movies and music with all kinds of portable players such as iPod, iPhone, Zune, PSP, mobile phone and so on. Now, several of the most popular
iPhone - In many ways, the 3GS is a mirror image of the iPhone 3G; externally there's no difference. It's inside where all the changes have happened, with Apple issuing a beefed-up CPU, new internal compass, larger capacities for storage, and improved optics for its camera. More to the point, the release of the 3GS coincides with the launch of iPhone OS 3.0, a major jump from previous versions of the system software featuring highly sought after features like cut, copy, and paste, stereo Bluetooth, MMS, tethering, video recording, landscape keyboard options for more applications, and an iPhone version of Spotlight. It's important to remember that real-world use will be a better judge of the iPhone 3GS' endurance. The large color display, frequently switching between different applications, and heavy 3G or GPS use will drain the battery faster than just making a call. As it's difficult to develop an accurate benchmark for testing battery life while multitasking, your experience will vary widely depending on how you use your iPhone 3GS. There are quite a few things you can do to maximize battery life, but we recommend using Wi-Fi over 3G whenever possible, limiting GPS use, and dimming your display's brightness. The 3Gs is the first iPhone to show the percentage of battery charge on the Home screen.
HTC Sensation - HTC and T-Mobile first introduced the HTC Sensation 4G back in April, and we were instantly enamored of the Android smartphone. Not only did HTC give the phone a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and 4.3-inch qHD display, but it enhanced the user experience by adding some great features to the HTC Sense user interface. We've had to wait two long months since that fateful day in April, but T-Mobile customers will finally get the chance to get their hands on the HTC Sensation 4G starting June 15 for a price of $199.99 with a two-year contract and after a $50 mail-in rebate. Needless to say, we were excited to get our own hands on the Sensation again, and we're happy to say it does not disappoint.
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Rumors about Apple’s Next iPhone
Part of Apple’s success is the mysterious cloud they successfully place around their products – and the endless amount of rumors that fans and enemies alike spread. Rumors about the next iPhone have been circulating ever since the last one came out. There have been a lot, but besides the many supposed features it'll have, there's been some debate about whether it will be called iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S. Which brings us to what exactly the "iPhone 4S" probably is. As some have speculated, it probably won't actually be a speeded-up version of the iPhone 4, the same way that the "S" in iPhone 3GS designated a faster iPhone 3G. If anything, it'll probably be a significant downgrade to the iPhone 4, closer to the speculation around the so-called "iPhone Nano." Apple would almost certainly need the new cheapo iPhone 4S to cost less to build than the iPhone 4 in order to get the margins it needs for the whole project to be worth it.
Now the word on the street is that both are correct—that Apple will actually release two new iPhones in the fall, one being a completely redesigned model that will remain the flagship phone, and the other a cheaper, lower-end model that would be more like a cousin of the current iPhone 4. The rumor is actually not much more than educated speculation from an industry analyst, Chris Whitmore of Deutsche Bank. That alone is enough to put the plan in the "questionable" bin. On top of that, though, such a move just seems out of character for Apple. Since its inception, the iPhone has always been "The iPhone." Apple's mobile product philosophy is pretty clearly a "one size fits all" strategy, releasing just one phone per year. Much like the tagline for the Highlander movies, for the iPhone, there can be only one.