New iPhone: Get and make local news Video
New iPhone: Get and make local news Video Transcript
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>> We decided to show you what we built. We call it the Mobile News Network. Local news from trusted sources is really important. Here you can add all the locations you want. But the great thing about the iPhone is it always knows where you are. And so I've used location APIs to automatically retrieve local news from seven sources here in the Bay Area. All the content is stored and cached, and seamlessly updated in the background, so you can stay up to date even if you're out of network, like on a plane or a subway. In addition to local news, you can also read top sports, business, technology, and entertainment news. We love how we can showcase our award winning photography on the iPhone's high res screen. I mean look at that, isn't that amazing? Look for the Mobile News Network [inaudible] when it launches. It'll be a free download. And stay tuned, we're already working on more exciting ideas. Thank you. [ applause ]
At the Apple WWDC 2008 in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs demonstrates GPS on the new 3G iPhone. Jobs shows how an iPhone traveling in a car going down San Francisco's famously crooked Lombard Street can be tracked as its user navigates the curves.
At the Apple WWDC 2008 in San Francisco, Michael Sippey of Six Apart shows off a mobile photo-blogging application for the iPhone. Users can create posts, take photos, or add a photo. Users can also take photos with the iPhone's camera and add them to a post, as well as add photos from the iPhone library.
Play multiplayer games and share data with the iPhone user next to you. Apple iPhone software guru Scott Forstall demonstrates.
At the Apple WWDC 2008 in San Francisco, Sam Altman, CEO of Loopt, previews a new application for the iPhone that uses location-based services. The new app blends social networks with the Maps application, so you can see where your friends are. You can also go to their journals to see what they've been doing today, what pictures they've added, and so on. This app will also be free.
At the Apple WWDC 2008 in San Francisco, Ken Sun of eBay shows off Auctions on the iPhone. The new app has a basic front door with options to track auctions you've bid on, and see whether you've been outbid. You can also pick up photos from the auction listings and blow them up to full screen. eBay is making this app available for free.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, the company's SVP of iPhone software, Scott Forstall, demos a new app, "Find My iPhone," that helps people find their phone if it gets lost--the software pinpoints on a map where the device is located. Users can also send an alert to the phone announcing it is lost.
The wait is over for iPhone 5 buyers today despite the ongoing Apple Maps mess, so let the Apple picking begin! To combat smartphone theft, the NYPD wants to remind everyone about their Operation ID plan that lets users register their devices with local authorities. To everyone's surprise, the iPhone 5 gets a positive scores on iFixit and the company is about to make the current owner of Earpods.com very, very rich. It's not all about Apple today though, tune in to hear what Neil Young thinks about the golden age of music piracy.
At Apple WWDC 2008, Steve Jobs reveals the map of countries and carriers that will be getting the next-generation iPhone beginning July 11.
At the Apple WWDC 2008, Mark Cain of Mimvista shows off the company's new iPhone software that will allow doctors to download, colorize, and share patients' CT and PET scans. The images were previously only available in black in white and only on physicians' workstations.
Today we'll cover the iOS 6 post-apocalypse and the users' reaction to the Apple's new Maps application--what'd they do with the Statue of Liberty!? We'll also watch a Fox 5 NY broadcast of the wrong iPhone, the Internet Archive's new TV News database, and the first Super Mario level 3D-printed as a Mobius strip. How do you type an umlaut?