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This is What the iPhone 4 Should Get Press for, not Reception Issues

I’ve been hard on Apple for the antenna debacle, and so should every gadget lover.  It may seem like I’m picking on them, but I’m really not.  I’m just highlighting an obvious issue that should bother anyone.  When brand new gear gets released and it doesn’t work as promised, the company that put it on the market should be criticized for their mistake.  If you consider this bashing, then you’re an obvious Apple fanboy, and with any fanboy they’ll defend their precious product or company with blind abandon regardless of what’s right or wrong.

Out of all the crap the iPhone 4 has been getting I came across a video today that showcases why this new device is amazing and worshiped by geeks across the world.  Two film students at USC made a short called, “Apple of My Eye”,  just using the iPhone 4 and the iMovie software on it.  Basically, they filmed the movie and then edited it on the phone.  It’s quite an amazing achievement and showcases why the 4 is badass, and not why it sucks, like the reception issue articles that have flooded the net.

It’s not a mind blowing movie, but keep in mind that it was filmed and edited on a freaking phone.  That is where the appreciation for what was achieved should kick in.  The 4 and its HD video capabilities are essentially changing how films can be made.  No longer do you need expensive equipment and software to make a high quality film.  Anyone with some know-how and creativity can make anything they dream up with a phone!!  That is the innovation I expect to see from Apple and the iPhone 4.  Take a look for yourself below, and watch in amazement as the 4 finally shines rather than sh*tting the bed.  You’ve been amazed…

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6amrKRmI1bI

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Via [Cnet]

Photo Credit: Michael Koerbel

“Apple of My Eye” Credits

Directed by Michael Koerbel
Produced by Eric Edmonds and Rebekah Koerbel
Written by Anna James and Michael Koerbel
Edited by Anna James
Composed by Corey Wallace
Production Design by Leigh Koerbel

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Matt Heywood is the founder and EIC of EntertainmentBuddha.com where he strives to make you a better geek, one post at a time! When he's not scouring the Internet for interesting nuggets of awesomeness he can be found in his secret lair enjoying the latest and greatest video games, taking pictures of toys, or talking Star Wars on EB's Star Wars Time podcast show.