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Apple embraces YouTube on its latest products

Apple announced last month that it would bring YouTube content to its Apple TV. Today is the big day and all Apple TV users can download a software update to enable YouTube functionality.

Users can browse for video content as well as login to their personal YouTube accounts to view and save their favorite videos.

In addition, Apple announced that its upcoming iPhone will also feature YouTube support when it launches on June 29. iPhone users will be able to browse YouTube content through EDGE networks or through the built-in WiFi connection. The iPhone will also be able to take advantage of H.264-encoded videos -- over 10,000 videos encoded in H.264 will be available for viewing on June 29.

"iPhone delivers the best YouTube mobile experience by far," said Apple CEO Steve Jobs. "Now users can enjoy YouTube wherever they are -- on their iPhone, on their Mac or on a widescreen TV in their living room with Apple TV."

Apple recently announced that its iPhone would ship with a new 3.5" screen comprised of "optical-quality glass" and a higher-capacity battery. The iPhone will be priced at $499 for the 4GB model and $599 for the 8GB model -- both prices include a 2-year contract with AT&T Wireless.

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Awesome article pic!
By daftrok on 6/20/2007 10:48:54 AM , Rating: 2
Yeah dual lightsabers!

RE: Awesome article pic!
By Visual on 6/20/2007 11:59:28 AM , Rating: 2
thats not dual sabres, thats a double-bladed one. so its actually better :p
dual double-bladed sabres would be the best, just wait for me to grow some extra limbs.

RE: Awesome article pic!
By Seemonkeyscanfly on 6/20/2007 4:51:29 PM , Rating: 2
yea, better because you can cut off your head and foot at the same time with one hand.... :)

RE: Awesome article pic!
By soydios on 6/20/2007 3:17:13 PM , Rating: 2
yeah Star Wars kid!

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