Apple does not make uploading and sharing videos on the iPhone as simple as it does for photos, using Photo Stream, but thanks to several third-party applications, there are simple ways to upload and share your videos without having to make a wired connection to your computer. Thanks to cloud services like Dropbox, YouTube, and apps like Photo Sync, you can upload selected videos and share links to them in a matter of seconds.
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Playing content on your TV via your iPhone is great, but it’s not possible out of the box. Additional adapters, apps or hardware can easily add this functionality – here are five easy methods.
I own a Nokia Lumia 920 smartphone, running Windows Phone 8. It features a rear-facing 8.7-megapixel camera equipped with a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens and is capable of 1080p HD video capture, with PureView technology. The front-facing camera, meanwhile, is 1.3 megapixel with video capture in 720p resolution. It’s all very nice, and the results are stunning when played back on a big screen TV, PC, tablet or on the phone itself.