iPhone 5 gets a new camera with panorama mode Video
iPhone 5 gets a new camera with panorama mode Video Transcript
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Apple's SVP of marketing Philip Schiller announces the latest version of the company's popular iPhone, the iPhone 4S. The new smartphone touts a faster A5 chip, dual-core graphics, a longer battery life, a better camera, and dual-mode CDMA and GSM compatability.
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The camera app's newest feature takes clean, easy panoramic shots, and iPhone 4S and 5 owners can take advantage of it. Scott Stein shows you how it's done.
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.
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When Apple updated the camera app in iOS 6, it included a fun panoramic photo feature. Sharon Vaknin shows you how to get started and offers some techniques for some creative results.
Apple's Phil Schiller reveals a speedier iPhone, which will for the first time support 4G LTE, delivering what he calls "Ultrafast Wireless." The device's LTE service will be available in the U.S. on Sprint, Verizon Wireless, and AT&T.
Fast operation, great macro and burst modes, and excellent battery life distinguish this 5-megapixel snapshot camera from the crowd.
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