Watch “The Big Short” Blu-ray/DVD Movie on iPhone 7/Plus

Every year, Apple’s new iPhone event attracts top concern from around the world. Since the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple has changed its one-handed mobile operating experience and started to offer its fans a large screen. So, if you have some 2016 Oscar Blu-ray or DVD movies like The Big Short, Taken 3, The 33, Inside Out etc, watch them on iPhone 7/Plus would be a good choice. As far as I am concerned, “The Big Short” is one of the best 2016 Oscar movies which you should never miss. So, I want to show you a way to watch “The Big Short” Blu-ray/DVD movies on iPhone 7/Plus.

iPhone 7/Plus usually support MOV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, 3GPP, 3GPP2, AVCHD and DV as video file formats. So, it can not play Blu-ray and DVD movies directly. To be able to watch “The Big Short” Blu-ray and DVD movies on iPhone 7/Plus, you have to rip “The Big Short” Blu-ray and DVD to iPhone 7/Plus supported video format.

Here, I suggest you to use Pavtube BDMagic to help you rip Blu-ray and DVD to iPhone 7/Plus supported video format. The ability to decrypt Blu-ray and DVD disc with copy protections, region code, Disny code, CSS, RCE, Sony ArccOS, UOPs etc has made it the strongest ever to rip Blu-ray and DVD. Besides, it provides you with the optimized preset format for iPhone 7/Plus, which enable you to get the best Blu-ray and DVD movies playback. Moreover, you are allowed to set video parameters to lower the converted video size to save storage space in your iPhone 7/Plus. Furthermore, you can remove black edges and unwanted area of image in original movie and adjust output aspect ratio, such as 16:10, 16:9, 5:4, 4:3 and 2:1 to have a better movie playback.

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Steps to Watch “The Big Short” Blu-ray/DVD Movie on iPhone 7/Plus

Step 1. Load “The Big Short” Blu-ray/DVD Movie

Insert your Blu-ray/DVD disc into a Blu-ray or DVD drive, run the program on your computer, on the main interface click “File” > “Load from disc” to import the Blu-ray or DVD disc to the program.

Tip: When both Blu-ray or DVD disc exists, the program will load DVD disc first.

Step 2: Set output format

Go to the format list by clicking on the format bar to follow “iPhone” > “iPhone 6 Plus H.264 Full Screen/Full HD 1080p (*.mp4)” as the most compatible vidoe format for iPhone 7/Plus.

Step 3: Start to convert

Click the big button “Convert” to start conversion. When the process is over, click the “Open output folder” to find the converted files.

Now, transfer the converted “The Big Short” Blu-ray/DVD movie to iPhone 7/Plus for watching on the go.

6 Things You Need To Know About iPhone 7

What would the next iPhone get and what changes would Apple deliver to its fans with the iPhone 7? The below 6 things will help you learn a whole lot more about this upcoming handset.

1. Front camera: full 1080P at 240fps

“iOS 9 is hinting at future device front cameras having: 1080p resolution, 240fps slow mo, panoramic capture, flash”. This information comes from developer Hazma Sood’s Twitter, which has also unleashed a big clue upon the next iPhone’s front-facing camera. This clue also indicates that the new device would be able to capture panoramic images, 1080p video and slow-motion clips at 240 frames-per-second. This is a big improvement since the current iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus only support 720P video shooting for FaceTime talking. The main camera is also expected to get an upgrade from 8-megapixel to 12MP. No doubt, the upgraded camera would be a big appealing feature for those selfie-mad snappers.

2. Flash light for facing camera

Currently, any iPhone model is not available with a flash on its front camera. However, this would be changed in iPhone 7. For selfie-lovers, iPhone 7 is a fantasy also because of its newly added flash light for front camera, improving self-capturing experience greatly for dark or low-light circumstances.

3. Force Touch screen design

According to the report from Macotakara, Apple’s next iPhone would be 0.15mm longer and 0.2mm thicker than existing ones (iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus) because it’s adopting the Force Touch screen board, which has been adopted by Apple Watch. From the tech blog 9to5mac report released last month, Apple would apply this touchscreen board to enhance iMessage, keyboard and Apple Pay performance.

4. More powerful processor

The next iPhone model would come with Apple’s A9 processor, which is highly likely to feature 2GB of RAM – twice of what’s available in the iPhone 6. According to AppleInsider’s inside man, the new phones will go on sale with a 2GB chip. “Additional RAM would allow iOS to leave background tasks and tabs in Safari open for longer without a need to reload or refresh,” it says. “But additional RAM can also come with costs to battery life, as memory constantly consumes power.”

5. More models available

It’s quite obvious that there would be at least 2 models of iPhone 7, featuring with 4.7″ and 5.5″ screens respectively, just like iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Big screen fans would feel disappointed if Apple gets its 4″ iPhone only on schedule. But it’s reported that Apple would include a 4″ screen iPhone 7 to continue its classic design on iPhone 4S and iPhone 5S. That’s to say, there might be 3 new models of iPhone 7 – 4-inch, 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch.

6. Price

There’s no word or official announcement on the cost of the next iPhone. However, taking the specs of the new iPhone and Apple’s price strategy into consideration, the new iPhone would be available at an entry level price of £539 for a 16GB 4.7-inch model, and £619 for the 5.5-inch plus model. The price would be even higher if Apple has been stimulated by its rivals like Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and HTC One M9. Other larger storage iPhone 7 models – 64G and 128G would probably start from £619 and £699 respectively.

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