Video sharing site YouTube reports that in the six days since the iPhone 3GS was released, its number of mobile uploads has increased by 400 percent, notes the Washington Post.
Apple’s stock soared to an all-time high last night as the company reported its most profitable quarter ever. Its fiscal 2009 fourth quarter – ending September 26, 2009 – saw Apple post revenue of US$9.87 billion (a 25 percent year-on-year increase) and net profit of US$1.67 billion (a huge 47 percent yearly increase). It sold 7.4 million iPhones in the quarter, representing seven percent unit growth over the year-ago quarter.
Adobe has sought to play down the lack of compatibility between its video-enabling software, Flash, and Apple’s iPhone by devising a way to translate its code to run on the high-profile device. Yesterday Adobe announced that it will introduce a tool that lets computer programmers easily convert software applications that they write in the Flash programming language to code that will work on the iPhone.