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OTA HD video uploads coming "in the future," says Jobs

updated 03:20 pm EDT, Wed June 30, 2010

Time-frame not mentioned

Steve Jobs has allegedly responded to yet another e-mail question from a frustrated customer. The executive reportedly reassured a customer that the company will someday change its policy restricting the iPhone from uploading HD-quality video directly to YouTube without going through a computer first.

"You can upload them via a Mac or PC today," Jobs is said to have responded, according to MacDailyNews. "Over the air in the future."

Despite the confirmation of OTA uploads, Jobs did not provide any details regarding when the new option might be available. The latest iPhone allows users to record in 720p resolution and even edit content through a mobile version of iMovie.




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  1. Marook

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    But WHY?

    Is Apple setting this limitations on the users?

    It seems like the whole globe of users is limited to the performance of AT&T's network!

    The user pays the bill for the data contract, let the user decide if the network is good enough!

  1. Uncommon

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Who would want to?

    Uploading HD video takes forever. I'd much rather not tie up my phone with a task like that.

  1. Herod

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +3

    good god

    cant anyone be happy with this f@#$in phone?

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