Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Study: 3G iPhone will revolutionize mobile video

The 3G iPhone, expected to officially launch during Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco promises to revolutionize the mobile TV market. According to a new report from telecom and digital media advisory firm Analysys Mason, the handset could become the mobile video delivery device of choice by dominating the space before mobile broadcasting networks become widely available. This launch would bring to market video-friendly specifications like high-quality widescreen display, substantial internal memory and low battery consumption as well as support for multiple content delivery protocols including sideloading, indoor WLAN and high-speed 3G access. As Apple's iTunes retail storefront already offers more than 600 TV programs and over 1500 feature films, many existing iPhone owners have already accessed mobile TV and video content in far greater numbers than consumers on rival devices.



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