Apple's 10 minute YouTube video shows off how iOS and apps on the platform, both improve lives globally
posted by Alan F. / Jun 12, 2013, 10:15 PM
We see a Doctor in an African village use an Apple iPad and the SkyScape app to help him bring healthcare to a remote part of the world. We see a double-amputee and rower use the Galileo app to control her prosthetic legs. The app even allows her to wear high heels. It doesn't matter what platform you're a fan of. When technology like this exists that can make people whole again, does it really matter that the devices used in the video are made by Apple?
Check out the video below. If you don't feel some emotion stirring inside of you, then you might be too far gone.
source: Apple via electronista
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I tried watching got to 6minutes 27seconds... Only Michael Jackson is allowed to make 10 minute videos... Sorry.
posted on Jun 12, 2013, 10:26 PM 0
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Apple is taking credit for apps now? :/ this video is more about giving props to current generation technology rather than apple itself.
posted on Jun 12, 2013, 10:44 PM 9
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[sarcasm] Wow, there must be some crazy people that, instead of rooting and tweeaking and personalizing a device, they use it to change their and other people's life... And Apple must be a monster, making an os that allows people to do just that. A 4" display? lool, so what if you control your prosthetics with it, it doesn't have widgets... [/sarcasm]
posted on Jun 16, 2013, 9:21 AM 0
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