CAUTION- Do this BEFORE upgrading  iOS or before getting a new iPhone
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(Note, this article was originally published September 17, 2013 when the iPhone 5 was released.  It has been updated for newest iOS 10–steps haven’t changed since iOS7)
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3D is coming! 3D is coming! DirecTV to offer 1st 3D channel

Submitted by on December 29, 2009 – 9:04 pmNo Comment


Looks like we are making progress to making 3D TV a reality in our homes.  As Barb Dybwad says in a Mashable blog, it will be up to the manufacturers to get up to speed by making 3D HDTVs.

Other pieces are coming into place toward making 3D a reality in our homes. New standards for HDMI connections  include 3D specifications.  In English: they now have it in place for the cables to be able to send 3D signals.

I will be covering as much as I can about 3D at the 2010 CES which starts next week.  Come back to check out more blogs about the future of  TV.

Here’s Mashable’s great blog on 3D.

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