iPhone SE may be just as powerful as Apple’s high-end iPhone 6s series internally, but it’s not quite as impressive externally. Despite using the same Series 7000 aluminum, the 4-inch device can’t compete with Apple’s more expensive smartphone in tough durability tests.
As always, Apple filled its September press event with slick videos highlighting the best features of its new devices. Now that the event is over, Apple has uploaded those clip to its YouTube channel for everyone to watch. If you missed the press event, then take a few minutes to watch the videos below. They’ll showcase the new iPhone 6s, the innovative 3D Touch interface, the iPad Pro, Apple TV and more. We’ve embedded all the videos below so you won’t miss a thing.
If your iPhone was alive, this is what life would look like from its point of view. This clever video takes us from the factory floor in China to the U.S., and then all the way back again to demonstrate the life cycle of a typical iPhone.
If you’re a long-time iPhone user, you’ll know Apple makes improvements to its smartphone loudspeakers almost every year. It’s not too surprising, then, that the iPhone 6 has the loudest speaker so far — but how much louder is it then its predecessors? Find out in the video below.
If you are a fan of minimalism, then FlatIcons is a theme for all jailbroken iOS devices that is sure to make your head turn. FlatIcons isn’t a theme that transforms every aspect of your iPhone’s UI, but visually it’s a stunner.
FlatIcons is pretty much what it sounds like. Flat (two-dimensional), minimal icons that bring a simple, yet stylish look to your iPhone’s home screen.
By and large I love the iWork and iLife apps for iOS, but… But iMovie confounded me at first (and still confuses me at times). Sometimes I’m not quite sure if it’s as easy as iMovie on the Mac or maybe it’s easier. One thing that is for sure once you get the hang of iMovie for iOS, it’s a great video editor for quick and dirty videos on the go. As powerful as iMovie on the Mac? Nope, but sometimes that’s okay. In this video demo I give you a few tips and hints for using iMovie for iOS
If you watched my last photo/video related how to—How to: Taking Better Pictures with your iPhone—you’ve already got a lot of the basics down for shooting better videos with your iPhone. In this companion post, I have a few video tips for you that will help get you to the next level of video.
If you had some apprehensions about the authenticity of the iPhone 5 unboxing photos from yesterday (which in our opinion were the real deal), then check out this unboxing video by CNET’s Scott Stein, who received an iPhone 5 review unit from Apple.