Ep. 597: Where we're getting FaceTime with the Apple iPhone 4 Video
The new video chat feature, called FaceTime, works using the iPhone 4's back- and front-facing cameras. It will remain a Wi-Fi-only feature until carriers can catch up with the bandwidth needed.
At Apple's press event Wednesday in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest version of the iPod Touch. The new Touch shares many features with the iPhone 4, including Apple's Retina Display technology, a front-facing camera, and FaceTime.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs dials up a pal to demo the iPhone 4's new FaceTime video-calling feature.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs reveals details of the new iPhone's front- and rear-facing cameras. New features include more megapixels, an LED flash, and HD video recording.
Apple's fourth-generation iPhone gets big feature upgrades, including dual cameras, HD video recording and editing, video calling, and ahigher-resolution screen.
There's a new Palm handset! It's the Palm Pre 2, and it's... very similar to the old Palm Pre. Oh well. However, we do get excited about the RIM BlackBerry Style, cheaper prepaid plans, 4G in the Big Apple, and yes, even the Verizon iPhone. Also: A special report on the new FaceTime for Mac.
The Android Gingerbread handset is more a midrange device, with a 1GHz Qualcomm processor, a 3.5-inch HVGA touch screen, a 3-megapixel camera and front-facing VGA camera, and 3G support
Here's the thing about FaceTime on iPhone 4: If it makes Jonathan Ive look funny, the rest of us are doomed. Also: World Cup fever!
With the 4th generation of the Touch, Apple's best iPod keeps getting better. New features, such as an HD camcorder, Facetime video calls, a higher-resolution display, and the iPhone's A4 processor, redefine our expectations for portable media players.
Apple Senior VP Scott Forstall shows off Facetime, a video conferencing feature, on the new iPad 2. Users will be able to video chat with other users on the new iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Mac computers.