CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. We have already shown you how to use iMovie on the iPhone 4, but for some of you, iMovie may be overkill for a simple edit, especially if title screens and transitions aren't needed. Here is an easier method. To get started, launch the Photos app on your iPhone and open the video you want to edit. While viewing the video (before playing it) you will see a bar that includes frames from the video. On each end of this bar, you will see a spot that allows you to touch-and-drag each end to a new start or stop point for the video.
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When Amazon released its original Kindle Oasis e-reader in 2016, I was pretty impressed. It was really thin and lightweight and featured a top-of-the-line E Ink screen. It also came with a slick, removable leather cover that had a built-in battery. The only downside? It cost a whopping $290 or £270 in the UK or AU$449 in Australia. Enter the "all-new" Kindle Oasis, 2017 edition. The first fully waterproof Kindle, it features a larger 7-inch E Ink display, a very slim design and an aluminum back. It also marks the return of Audible audiobook support to the Kindle platform. And technically it costs less, starting at $250 for the model with 8GB of storage. The Oasis goes up to $350 for a 32GB model with cellular connectivity, which has all-you-can-eat data plan included in the price for content downloads during the lifetime of the device. (Note that's only for e-books; you'll still need to download audiobooks on Wi-Fi.).