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LunchCast – WWGS – iPhone4

Monday, June 7th, 2010

iPhone 4

iPhone4

iPhone4

  1. Three black seams.
  2. Top has headphone jack, second mic for noise cancellation and sleep/wake button.
  3. Bottom has mic, 30 pin connector, and speaker
  4. Going over external buttons, volume up and down, mute, front facing camera. Micro-sim tray, Camera with LED flash on back
  5. 9.3mm thick, 24% thinner than current iPhone.
  6. “Thinnest smartphone on the planet.”
  7. Glass on front and rear with stainless steel running around the side.
  8. “This is beyond a doubt the most precise things, one of the most beautiful things we’ve ever made.”
  9. Retina Display – New display technology, dramatically increases pixel density. 4x as many in same amount of space.
  10. Retina Display: 326 ppi.
  11. 300 ppi is limit of the human retina when held 10-12 inches away from the eye.
  12. 3.5″ display, same size, 960×640.
  13. 326 ppi. 800:1 contrast ratio also 4x better than 3GS. Uses IPS technology for superb color and wide viewing angle.
  14. iPhone 4 powered by Apple A4 chip.
  15. Biggest component in iPhone is battery.
  16. Bigger battery plus A4 processor, 40% more talk time. 7 hours talk time. 6 hours of 3G browsing, 10 hours of WiFi browsing, 10 hours of video. 40 hours of music. 300 hours of standby.
  17. IPhone 4 environmental report card being showed, is highly recyclable and has nothing nasty in it.
  18. 32GB of storage, quadband HSDPA/HSUPA
  19. Capable of 7.2mbit down 5.8mbit up once carriers support that speed.
  20. Dual mics, 802.11n.
  21. iPhone 4 has a Gyroscope.
  22. 3 axis gyro for pitch roll and yaw.
  23. Gyro + accelerometer = 6 axis motion sensing.
  24. New CoreMotion API’s for extremely precise location.
  25. Gyro joins 4 other sensors, accelerometer, compass, proximity and ambient light sensors.
  26. Feature 5- New camera system.
  27. Backside illuminated sensor.
  28. 1.75 micron pixel size in sensor.
  29. 5x digital zoom in camera app and tap to focus with LED flash.
  30. Camera records HD video! 720p at 30fps.
  31. Tap to focus video with built-in video editing
  32. One-click sharing.
  33. LED flash can stay on during video recording.
  34. Record, edit, and share HD video right on your phone.
  35. iMovie for iPhone!
  36. Camera records geolocation in to video.
  37. Music cam be added, comes with a few tracks but any music from iPod library can be used.
  38. Can export to 360p, 540p, and 720p.
  39. Looks professionally done.
  40. Low light video also looks good.
  41. Three stores on the iPhone: iTunes, iBooks, and App Store.
  42. Doing iAds for one simple reason: To help developers make free and low-cost apps for users.
  43. 60% of revenue goes to developers. Paid via iTunes connect just like apps.
  44. Nissan, Citi, Unilever, AT&T, Chanel, GE, Liberty Mutual, State Farm, Campbell’s Soup, Sears, JCPenny, Target, Best Buy, DirecTV, TBS, Disney and Geico all signed up for iAds.
  45. Video and audio call shown.  – FaceTime
  46. Call seemed to require WiFi, unclear if it works over 3G as well.
  47. All you have to do is make a phone call.
  48. Both front and rear camera can be used, switching is easy.
  49. Portrait and landscape mode is supported.
  50. FaceTime WiFi only in 2010, “Need to work a little bit with the cellular providers.”
  51. Based on many open standards, h.264, AAC, SIP, STUN, TURN, ICE, RTP, SRTP, Apple going to standards body tomorrow to make FaceTime an open industry standard.
  52. Price with 2 year contract: $199 for 16GB model, $299 for 32GB model.
  53. Up to 6 months of early eligibility for an iPhone 4
  54. On sale June 24th. Orders start June 15th.
  55. iPhone 3GS will be $99.
  56. New dock, Apple “bumper” case.
  57. Case just goes around the outside, back and front are open. Comes in multiple colors.
  58. iOS4 upgrades for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G (with not all features supported), and iPod touch (again with not all features and no first generation) for free on June 21st.



Shows that the stainless steel band is the primary structure of the phone, “Brilliant engineering, uses band as part of Antenna system.”
10:34 am Three black seams.
10:34 am Pointing out weird line on side with volume buttons, steve says people have asked “WHat’s this?”
10:34 am Top has headphone jack, second mic for noise cancellation and sleep/wake button.
10:34 am Bottom has mic, 30 pin connector, and speaker.
10:33 am Going over external buttons, volume up and down, mute, front facing camera. Micro-sim tray, Camera with LED flash on back.
10:33 am “Thinnest smartphone on the planet.”
10:33 am 9.3mm thick, 24% thinner than current iPhone.
10:32 am “Really thin.”
10:32 am Glass on front and rear with stainless steel running around the side.
10:32 am “This is beyond a doubt the most precise things, one of the most beautiful things we’ve ever made.”



LunchCast – Audible App for the Droid Phone

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Do you have an Audible account and a Droid Phone?  Want to listen to your books on the Droid?  You can download the beta version of Audible from here

  1. Download the file to your pc and rename the extension to .apk from .zip
  2. Connect your usb cable to your computer and the Droid.
  3. Drag down the top line of your phone and choose mount usb flash card.
  4. On your computer copy the file to your flash card on the droid.
  5. Disconnect your droid and mount the flash drive on your phone.
  6. Use a program such as Astaro and browse to the file you just copied and install it.
  7. Note: Settings > Applications – install applications from unknown sources must be checked.

All credit for this find and the download file goes to Corinacakes on DroidForums.

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You can download the application here: http://www.4shared.com/f…Vv/AudibleAndroidB3.html
Once downloaded, change the file from a .zip to a .apk and place it on your SD Card.
Make sure you have the proper settings on your Droid to install applications from unknown sources, which can be found in Settings > Applications.
Then use a file manager program like Astro File Manager to locate the .apk on your SD Card and click it and choose to install it.
All credit for this find and the download file goes to Corinacakes on DroidForums.
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