Tech critic PC Mike Wendland takes a look at one of the new iPhone's most popular features.
NBCNC -- Apple's iMovie for iPhone app was rolled out last week as part of the new 4th generation iPhone.
Like it's desktop big brother, iMovie can turn routine cell phone video into movies.
After shooting the video you simply move the clips into a time line.
From there you can trim the length of the clips and arrange their order.
You can then add text, titles, and music to go with your clip.
Once you're done it's easy to upload the new movie to several file sharing and social networking sites.
The editing app has a bit of a learning curve, but if you already use iMovie on your computer, you'll be able to jump right in.