We already know the next iPhone will most probably pack a 5 megapixel camera with additional LED flash. That along with the snappy CPU inside surely makes 720p video recording a likely feature. We just found the first hard evidence of that. It was unearthed in the code of the same iPhone OS 4.0 beta that brought us the USB file transfers and the rotation lock.
After some serious digging fellow journalists dug up the following video presets in the code:
This capture presets suggest some future iPhone will pack 720p video recording. The fourth generation is the ideal candidate since itís rumored to be called iPhone HD and meets the hardware requirements.
All details will be cleared out on the 7 June, when we expect the next iPhone to be announced.
Image courtesy of Gizmodo.com
can n900 owners tell me how it performs watching on crunchyroll? Or any other flash based streaming?
You're such a goon, htc makes sense ui, which has slide to unlock and multitouch, patents apple is protecting, amongst other software.
Everyone knows it's google they went after in a indirect attack and since google is a bigger company they went for the manufacter the main source of where the phones come from .cause htc only makes the devices not the software