Apple announces ultrafast iPhone 5 with 4G LTE Video
Apple announces ultrafast iPhone 5 with 4G LTE Video Transcript
-- Hey I'm Donald -- it's Wednesday September 12 here's what's coming up today on CNET TV. We have a first look at the new Samsung galaxy note to the tablet that just keeps getting bigger. After that -- back and we'll show you how to make a macro lens for your iPhone for just ten dollars. And don't miss cnet's live coverage of Apple's iPhone announcement starting -- -- -- -- Pacific. I'll be in the -- -- Molly Wood and Brian Tong and immunity is as that happens to keep checking back here at CNET. It'll be cranking out news and photos and videos all day long. It's -- happening right here on CNET TV well.
Apple's Phil Schiller reveals a smaller, all-digital 8-signal connector for the iPhone 5, called Lightning. The new connector replaces the 30-pin connector, which first launched in 2003.
Apple's Phil Schiller unveils its much-anticipated smartphone: the iPhone 5. The new device is 18 percent thinner -- 7.6mm thick -- with a 4-inch display.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, Apple's SVP of marketing, Philip Schiller, shows off a new, speedier iPhone. The iPhone 3G S features a 3-megapixel camera and can shoot video at 30 frames per second. The phone is available next week in the U.S and some other countries.
Apple's Phil Schiller shows off the company's 8-megapixel iPhone 5 camera. The new iSight camera has features such as a dynamic low-light mode and a panoramic mode.
Apple's Phil Schiller reveals a new line of MacBook Pros. The computers boast 3rd-generation Ivy Bridge processors as well as the Nvidia GeForce GT650M graphics. The new computer line starts at $1,199 for the 13-inch option, and the 15-inch starts at $1,799. Both devices are available now.
Apple's Phil Schiller takes a stab at his first solo Macworld keynote, Sony launches a Netbook finally, and "Tetris" makes you more sane.
Phil Schiller, Apple's marketing chief, introduces the new Mac Mini, which sports USB 3.0 and comes in a 2TB version.
At Macworld 2009 in San Francisco, Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, demonstrates new features of the company's Keynote software, which enables users to create dynamic presentations. A Keynote-coordinating iPhone application, for example lets users advance slides by using the device as a remote control, clicking them back and forth wirelessly.
Apple's Phil Schiller demos the latest line of games for the iPod Touch including 'Spore Origins.'
Brian Tong gets his hands on the latest announcements from Macworld and finds Phil Schiller's hair clone.