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Topic # 59764 12-Apr-2010 12:02
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Hi guys,

Referring to the article on the Herald, Apple is planning to launch 3D movie playing capability on the Iphone.
How cool is thatttttt.........3D movies in your pockets :P

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  Reply # 317283 12-Apr-2010 12:21
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Included on OS4 for the current 3Gs? Or just for the new iPhone that is yet to appear?




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  Reply # 317296 12-Apr-2010 12:43
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If you're into watching movies on a phone I guess

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  Reply # 317333 12-Apr-2010 14:03
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If you are in to carrying around a pair of a glasses solely for the '3d' movies.



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  Reply # 317350 12-Apr-2010 14:23
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With the introduction of the 3D Television in the US already, Im sure carrying 3D glassess in your pocket will become a bare necessity one day ! Just hope the same pair of glasses works with the I-Phone too :P

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  Reply # 317351 12-Apr-2010 14:24
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Couldn't be bothered. The only time that might happen with me would be on a plane flight and I can wait for the airlines to get round to it...




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  Reply # 317420 12-Apr-2010 17:07
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I'd be keen when there's a particularly nasty bowel-movement underway or a really boring airport wait...




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  Reply # 318091 13-Apr-2010 21:45
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Not sure about the iphones, but some new phones will be able to play 3D movies without the need for glasses.

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