YouTube is iPhone's twelfth app

Latest official snaps of the iPhone – sitting in a puzzlingly un-colour-coordinated white dock – have finally revealed what’s been p

Latest official snaps of the iPhone – sitting in a puzzlingly un-colour-coordinated white dock – have finally revealed what’s been pushing the settings icon into twelfth spot on the touchscreen menu.Accessed via its new iPhone icon of a banged up telly, the dedicated YouTube app is not a new feature as such, since we already knew it would hook up with the virtual video shack, but we'd kind of assumed it would all be done via Safari.Instead the dedicated viewer is a program in its own right that will find and screen clips in high quality, super efficient, H.264 format, rather than the standard Flash pages on the website.It's not quite the GPS addition we were hoping for, but there's still time for a few more surprises before next week's US launch.Essentials Apple iPhone Price: £TBA ($500, $600 in US) On sale: Q4 2007 (29th June in US) Contact: Apple Related stories: Apple upgrades the iPhone iPhone will be contract-only in UK iPhone's mystery twelfth app