Apple Inc is a world-famous technology company based in Cupertino, California. It was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne in 1977 under the name of Apple Computer Company.
At the very beginning, Apple developed computers for personal use. But in 2007 the company changed its name to Apple Inc, as foundered decided to expand the area and brought to market Apple 1st revolutionary smartphone – iPhone, and a new music player – iPod.
In 2008, Apple launched the App Store, an online shop with 3d-party apps for iPhone and iPod Touch.
Since that time iPhone has been updated every year providing more great functionality and amazing options.
The latest iPhone model – iPhone 5 was released on September 21, 2012. Apart from major design changes, the new phone got an 8MP camera that allowed users to shoot high-quality video and pics.
Unfortunately, there was not added any support for other media extensions besides MP4 and MOV. Thus you still need to transform movies to MP4 if you want to enjoy them on your new Apple device.
Freemake Video Converter 3.1.2 features a new ready preset for iPhone 5 recently released by Apple. Now the happy owners of the newest Apple smartphone may convert any videos including HD movies for iPhone 5 playback.
To convert your clips to iPhone 5, you need to download the recent software version of video converter here: https://www.freemake.com/free_video_converter/. Then add a video, press "to iPhone", choose the preset "iPhone 5" and convert the file.
In the same way, you can save online YT movies onto your phone.
By default, your new files will be saved to My videos folder. You can change the path right before the encoding. Pay attention to the line above the Convert blue button. It's a path to your future files. Click the button next to the path to choose another folder.
If necessary, you can perform simple movie editing before encoding the file to MP4. For example, you can remove ads or adult scenes in case you plan to watch a movie with kids.
Whenever you have a film divided into several parts, you might also unite them in one complete media.
As soon as you get a ready file with all your changes, add it to your iPhone 5. That is how you can do it:
In case you don't want to occupy your iPhone free space and add all the movies at once, you can choose to sync them manually. This setting is available on iTunes. If you mark it, only selected movies will be transferred to your gadget.
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