iPhone Plays HD Video
It was reported on Gizmodo back in September that the iPhone can handle video up to 1080p natively (that’s full high definition). You may ask yourself why it matters because the screen is so small. This could mean a lot and speak directly to how many people are and will be viewing HD content on their iPhone and the devices connected to it such as a PC or even an AppleTV.
The experts and pendants are currently trying to figure out why the IPhone needs HD capabilities. The users have already figured it out including me. I love HD video and I love music. I dislike going to Youtube or other video services with my iPhone or my AppleTV. The video quality is mostly awful and the sound quality is even worse in most cases. In my mind this does not lend itself to a satisfactory entertainment experience. I’d rather just pick up the clicker and serf the channels for real HD content on my TV.
HD video streamed from Youtube looks better on an iPhone than does the standard streaming video. Put your ear buds in your ears and guess what, its sounds better too. There is a caveat though. Try searching Youtube for high definition music video with your iPhone. Good luck with that. It’s hard enough with the normal Youtube interface on your full size monitor.
If you are a rock music or heavy metal fan, there is but one choice to watch HD music video on your iPhone or similar device, HD Music Videos Online (www.hdmusicvideosonline.com). Navigation is easy, the videos play flawlessly, the sound is great, and the selection is growing as new videos become available.