Since 2012, a new trend has begun to sweep the digital world, which is bearing witness to tablets shrinking at the same time that smartphones are getting bigger. The phenomenon has led techies to coin a new phrase in its honor - Phablet, a portmanteau of the words phone and tablet. It's informally used to describe a specific class of smartphones with screens in between 5 and 7 inches in size, which are primarily designed to combine the functionality of a smartphone with that of tablet.
The first phablet was the Dell Streak released on June4, 2010. And one of the leaders in the phablet's development is, yes, Samsung Electronics with its flagship Galaxy Note smartphones, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 2 being the top-selling phablets in the market in the year 2012. And in order to grab the market, Apple also released its new iPhone 5 with a 4-inch screen in 2012. Others like HTC, LG also joined this battle by releasing their phablets HTC Droid DNA, LG Optimus Vu and Intutition.
The bigger, the better -- Do you have one phablet?
The popularity of phablets were also proven by the report made by IHS: 25.6 million phablet devices were sold in 2012. It seems to reveal a fact that consumers are tending to purchase those phablet in big screens. So are you fans of Phablet? Do you own a phablet, like Samsung Galaxy Note 2? What do you use it to do?
Tutorial to Transfer iTunes Movies to Phablet Devices
With the big screen and high resolution of the phablet devices, you may like to watch movies on it, right? In this article, we will talk about the way to transfer iTunes DRM-protected movies to Samsung phablet devices for watching.
Tools you need: Noteburner iTunes to Phablet Converter for Mac, which will help you to remove the DRM protection from iTunes M4V movies and convert those movies to your Samsung phablet devices for playback, such as Galaxy Note series.
1. Add iTunes Videos to Noteburner
Click Add button to import the iTunes DRM movie downloads into the program. Or simply drag and drop to Noteburner to convert.
2. Select Output Format for Samsung Phablet
After the iTunes M4V are loaded, you can select the output format as Customized MPEG4 video by clicking the Profile button, because the Samsung phablet devices usually support MP4 video format.
3. Begin to Convert iTunes Movies to Samsung Phablet
Hit Convert button to start converting iTunes DRM protected M4V movies to phablet devices. And after the conversion finishes, you can easily sync those converted DRM free movies to your Samsung or other phablet devices for watching.