iOS 4 Might Allow iPhone Users To Upload Videos Directly To Facebook
There’re number of iPhone apps that allow users to upload videos from their iPhone’s camera roll to share them with their family and friends on Facebook.
Folks at 9to5Mac have discovered code references in iOS 4 Golden Master, which indicates that it might soon be possible to upload videos directly to Facebook from iPhone’s Camera app.
Currently, iPhone users can send videos to their family and friends via email, MMS or directly upload them to MobileMe or YouTube.
9to5Mac has discovered code references in iOS 4 that was released to developers of the iPhone Developer program earlier this week, which hints at giving iPhone users the ability to upload videos directly to Facebook. The max height and width of the video will be 480, with max frame rate of 30fps.
We had also heard rumors that Apple might integrate Facebook's social features in iOS 4 that could allow users to sync their Facebook contacts with those on the iPhone phonebook. Apple was expected to make an announcement regarding this during the WWDC 2010 but that didn’t happen.
So we’ll need to wait until June 21, when Apple is planning to release iOS 4 to find out if the native Facebook support makes it to the final version.
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