Can someone who knows more about these things tell me, is the CCD camera in the iPhone capable of recording video, even just the typical short cell phone clips? I know Apple chose not to support this feature, but it was my assumption it is entirely possible, and one of the first 3rd party apps in the App Store would of course enable video recording. But, nope. So now I'm beginning to wonder if I'm wrong, that the iPhone still camera is just that, a STILL CAMERA, not capable of recording video even with an app that supports it. (That, or the core iPhone OS won't support an app to do it, even if the camera hardware technically will.) Oh, bonus question: When you upload a photo from EDGE iPhone to MobileMe gallery, no GPS data is stored in the photo. Of course there's no GPS in the EDGE iPhone, only triangulation, but the Maps application does indeed use estimated lat/long/alt data from triangulation. Do any or all of the 3rd party photo sharing/uploading applications support estimated lat/long/alt data from triangulation on an EDGE iPhone, or do they all skip it, too, if no real GPS hardware is present? Thanks for any opinions and answers.