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iPhone OS 3.0 hints at video-recording future iPhone

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Thursday, March 19, 2009
News Categories: iPhone


New screenshots taken from the beta release of iPhone OS 3.0 suggest that Apple may be planning to add video-recording functionality to current or possibly future iPhone models. Engadget Mobile reports that a “Publish Video” screen appears when attempting to publish a still image to MobileMe, prompting users to enter a title and optional description. Given that Apple did not mention video recording as a new feature of iPhone OS 3.0, the appearance of this menu suggests the feature may be planned for future iPhone and/or iPod touch hardware; it is also possible, but unlikely, that the text is simply a typo.

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I find it amusing that many sites are agreeing with Engadget that it’s a typo.

“PUBLISH VIDEO” is a VERY big typo. One usually isn’t asked about ‘publishing’ a picture.

Posted by Joseph Teegardin on March 19, 2009 at 12:00 PM (PDT)

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