So now we have the world’s premier iPad magician. Hello everyone.
Wow, this is quite a crowd. I’m Simon.
I came all the way from Germany. I love watching YouTube on my iPad. But I figured out a couple of things
that I need to share with you. I’m not sure if you have experienced that
as well but if I go through like this. I don’t know if this is
a software problem, whatever. There’s more space
for your creativity now – whatever you want to put on. Can you see this on the screen? This is a cord and, thanks to this, I do have access to a whole
new set of applications that are all a bit better
than the last ones. Thank you. So thanks to this, I can show you
a couple of my favourite holiday pictures. I hope you have some time. Don’t worry, I won’t show you all of them. I’ll just give you
the overview, like this. And that way I can easily
print them out. And you know what, that is fantastic because my parents,
they do not have an iPad. So I just put it on a post card, send it
back home from LA and here we go. But before I do so, I have
to put a digital copy. That’s important. Whatever you do, that you know that. This year, this one
is my favourite picture. It’s the perfect sunset. I didn’t want to wait until the end
so I can still work on it. Move it around here. That way, it becomes
really romantic, doesn’t it? And I can even take the sun out
and stop global warming. Hey. Do you play tennis? In the first row.
No, you don’t? So you can start… Just get your iPad. Get the right picture. Bring it to the right size
about like this. And then you can use your iPad
as a tennis racquet. And this saves you quite some money because you can use
the same tennis ball all over again. You just put it back. If you… If you want to continue,
just double click. Here we go. As I come from Germany,
we had a terrible weather this year. I came up with the idea… With an app that could actually
change the weather. So have a look at
the weather lady – over here. Most frequent asked question:
No, I cannot take her out of the iPad. I can’t change the weather but her hair. Doesn’t make any sense but it’s fun. So now I want to try an experiment
between two continents. I’m going to use FaceTime
to call a friend of mine in Germany. So, I hope he’s ready. That is you, by the way – VidCon crowd.
Hello. – Hey Christoph, can you hear me?
– I can hear you. – Okay, are you ready?
– I’m ready. Okay, let’s go. – Here’s the straw.
– Thank you. That’s good. – Okay, like that?
– Perfect. With that straw, I can easily… stream not only music and videos
but real objects. – For example…
– Now the glass. Yes. A Coke. Or anything else. By the way, I have a glass of milk.
He doesn’t know about that. As you can see, it works indeed. Please give a big hand
to Christoph in Germany. Thank you. So when I got an email to come over here,
I was very excited to see you all at VidCon. Well, all the way from Germany, I shouldn’t come without bringing
something with me. And I guess you know what we
are famous for over here – over there. Yes, it’s… the beer. So, I would invite… Please, Hank, can I invite you
to come on stage? Let’s put that on here. Hey, Hank. Come on. Grab a glass. Yeah? And, well, let’s just enjoy a beer. – Good German beer.
– I do not understand this. There’s nothing back there. The problem is the data connection
is a bit weak. Get another glass for me as well.
Get another glass. The data connection is a bit weak
so otherwise… – the beer would go faster.
– You do have to have some. I want to have fun as well
but maybe when I’m off stage. Wouldn’t be a good example
for a few of you. I think that’s enough.
Cheers, Hank. Enjoy. – I can confirm that this is beer.
– Cheers! See you later.
See you backstage.