New Apple videos include WWDC Keynote and four more 'Shot by iPhone 6' clips

New Apple videos include WWDC Keynote and four more 'Shot by iPhone 6' clips
So you didn't make it to San Francisco to attend WWDC. Maybe your dog ate your plane ticket, or your boss wouldn't give you the time off, or you had your bowling league, book club, yoga lesson, speed dating night or tickets to see Hedwig and the Angry Inch starring Don Cheadle in the title role. Whatever your excuse was, you missed seeing all of the keynote speech. But we are extremely happy to report that Apple has released the speech on video in its entirety. This includes the hilarious "backstage rehearsal" skit starring SNL's Bill Hader and House's Charlyne Yi that we showed you earlier this month.

Besides the WWDC keynote, Apple has posted four new "Shot on iPhone 6" videos to its World Gallery. The 15-second clips are posted to show how iPhone users can count on their rear camera to produce professional quality video. Some of the features displayed include the 240 fps slow-motion setting, and the ability of the iPhone camera to shoot viewable videos even under low-light conditions.

The Apple iPhone rear camera continues to show that it is not the number of MP that determines how well a camera reproduces images. Having said that, the next iteration of the iPhone is expected to get a bump to 12MP.


source: Apple (1), (2), (3), (4), (5) via AppleInsider

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