Apple on Wednesday completes the announcement that Steve Jobs made earlier this month at All Things Digital and officially brings YouTube to the AppleTV. Furthermore, the company also announced that YouTube will be available on iPhone when it ships on June 29th. The announcement adds to a list of trickling information that Apple has been slowly releasing about the phone in recent days.
Apple says that users will be able to stream their favorite YouTube videos on their iPhones via EDGE wireless networks or a local wi-fi connection. Using their Apple-made dedicated software on iPhone, not Safari, users will have the ability to watch their favorite videos on the go with iPhone. Here is what Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, had to say with the announcement.
“iPhone delivers the best YouTube mobile experience by far … Now users can enjoy YouTube wherever they are—on their iPhone, on their Mac or on a widescreen TV in their living room with Apple TV.”