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Sure, we were a little crestfallen this week when Apple didn’t announce a video camera in iPhone 2.0. But who needs one when the industrious folks at Flixwagon just rigged up the current iPhone for live video broadcasting? Here’s the maiden footage: It’s an unlocked iPhone, […]

Sure, we were a little crestfallen this week when Apple didn’t announce a video camera in iPhone 2.0. But who needs one when the industrious folks at Flixwagon just rigged up the current iPhone for live video broadcasting? Here’s the maiden footage:

It’s an unlocked iPhone, so it’s not something you can rush out and use right now, but the Flixwagon crew is hoping this proof-in-the-pudding will become more official once they get their hands on the SDK. You can check out more examples at the iPhone section of Flixwagon.

Update: Want to join the Flixwagon alpha? We’ve got your hook up. Just email newteevee@flixwagon.com and tell them what phone you have. Once Flixwagon supports that model you’ll get an invite to open an account.

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