Engadget Podcast 200 - 06.11.2010

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|06.11.10

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Engadget Podcast 200 - 06.11.2010
Hey, guess what happened this week? The 200th Engadget Podcast. That's all you need to know, so chill - to the next episode.

Special thanks to Claire Rae Lin.

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Kraftwerk - Computer World

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02:04 - iPhone 4 announced, launching June 24 for $199 with new FaceTime video chat
03:05 - iPhone 4's retina display claim put under the math microscope
06:20 - iPhone 4 does 720p HD video, iMovie
14:00 - iPhone 4 guide: preview, pricing, availability
14:15 - iPhone 4 pixel density examined (video)
17:00 - iPhone 4 first hands-on! (update: FaceTime video demo)
20:10 - iPhone 4 vs. iPhone 3GS: the tale of the tape
20:46 - iPhone 4 vs. the smartphone elite: EVO 4G, N8, Pre Plus, and HD2
22:50 - iPhone 4 vs. EVO 4G... fight!
25:10 - Samsung: iPhone 4's retina display is nice, but it's no AMOLED
35:49 - iPhone OS 4 renamed iOS 4, launching June 21 with 1500 new features
36:41 - iOS 4 gold works with any compatible iPhone / iPod touch via iTunes 9.2, jailbreak also updated
43:54 - AT&T: upgrade to iPhone 4 up to six months early
45:00 - How-to: check your iPhone 4 upgrade eligibility
51:15 - HTC EVO 4G overtakes Palm Pre for best-selling launch day on Sprint
51:20 - Sprint misstated EVO 4G sales, by a lot
51:45 - HTC EVO 4G sold out pretty much everywhere
59:05 - Apple's Magic Trackpad revealed?

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