Jobs unveils GPS for the 3G iPhone Video
Jobs unveils GPS for the 3G iPhone Video Transcript
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>> Now, one other thing that benefits from fast data, of course, is GPS, and we've built that into the new iPhone 3G as well.
>> So... ^M00:00:16 [ Applause ] ^M00:00:20
>>As you know location services is going to be a really big deal on the iPhone with the iPhone 2.0 software.
>> You saw a bit of that here today. It's going to explode. And of course, we get data from cell towers, location data. We get location data from Wi-Fi, and now we also get it from GPS. Using the GPS data, we can actually do tracking. So as an example here we're going to drive down, we recorded this on Lombard Street. Lombard Street's a fun street in San Francisco that zigs and zags. And here we are driving down Lombard Street, and we can actually track as we move using GPS.
>> So it's kind of fun. ^M00:01:10 [ Laughter ] ^M00:01:20
>> You get the ideal. So built in GPS, and much, much faster data.
>> So we think we can check off 3G, and add built in GPS to boot.
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