For those of you who didn’t know, it’s been released.
- Game Center
- HDR photos from iPhone 4
- TV show rentals on iTunes
- Upload HD videos to YouTube via WiFi on iPhone 4
- iTunes Ping support
- Facetime calling directly form Favorites
Bug fixes are:
- iPhone 4 proximity sensor performance
- iPhone 3G performance
- Nike+iPod fixes
- Bluetooth improvements
In conversations with designers and developers we have been discussing the pro and cons of using HTML5 video instead of Flash. Sites that support iPad / iPhone need HTML5 as an option, and recently has been driving project’s to require non Flash video.
YouTube’s API Blog published an article yesterday, Flash and the HTML5 <video> tag, which goes over the major points of the argument from one of the most influential players in the Flash vs. HTML5 market. It’s important to keep in mind while reading, that YouTube is owned by Google, and is positioned opposite Apple on many issues (this is far from impartial, but the points are applicable anyway).
First of all, I’m on tech support with Apple and couldn’t say better things about their tech support staff. They are intelligent, helpful, polite — and very easy to understand and work with.
Just today, before going to the gym (you can tell I haven’t done this in a while) — I went to sync season 3 of Heroes (very good show) to my iPhone to entertain me while on the treadmill. It doesn’t work. › Continue reading