Posted on 17 January 2011 by Shane McGlaun
A group of students has developed a cool new device for the iPhone and other iOS devices called Project HiJack. HiJack gets the power needed to run sensors and other items from the headphone port making developing accessories cheaper than normal methods.
Posted on 12 January 2011 by Shane McGlaun
Yesterday was the day that hoards of iPhone fans have been waiting for, the iPhone 4 hit Verizon. The phone has a bit of a different design and apparently doesn't suffer from the antenna issue that the AT&T device has. All I can say is AT&T is damn lucky I just got my iPhone 4 and I am too cheap ... continued »
Posted on 08 October 2010 by Shane McGlaun
Western Digital has unveiled a new app for the iPhone 4 and other Apple devices that allows the user to view photos stored on certain WD external HDDs from anywhere with a web connection. The app is called WD Photo and can be downloaded for free.
Posted on 06 October 2010 by Shane McGlaun
If you a like the Netflix app on your iPhone 4 you will be glad to hear that the app has been updated. The update brings video out on the iPhone 4 allowing you to watch on a larger screen, bug fixes are also added to the app.
Posted on 20 August 2010 by Shane McGlaun
There has been some confusion amongst iPhone fans who want to buy the smartphone without a wireless service contract. Apparently, the only way to get one without a wireless service contract is to go into an AT&T retail store, you can't get them online.
Posted on 03 August 2009 by Vincent Nguyen
Only the other this morning we were talking about WildCharge's latest wire-free charging upgrade to accommodate the iPhone 3GS, and now it's sitting on our desk. Based around a mains-powered base-plate and special "skin" case for the Apple smartphone, the WildCharge system is fully approved by Apple and promise protection from bumps and scratches as well as cable-free convenience. ... continued »
Posted on 29 July 2009 by Liaw Kim Poh
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - July 29, 2009 – Joby, the world renowned designer of the Gorillapod line of innovative camera tripods, is pleased to announce the Gorillamobile. Representing the first product in a new product line, the Gorillamobile promises unparalleled tripod compatibility for almost all mobile devices. Featuring the critically acclaimed ball-and-socket tripod legs that affix to and ... continued »
Posted on 15 July 2009 by Budi Putra
Looking for earphone to enjoy your iPhone 3GS music capability? iLuv debuts its iEP515 premium earphones and iEP315 in-ear earphones and offers features more than just "brings the concert directly to your ears".
Posted on 21 June 2009 by Budi Putra
With the release of iPhone 3.0 firmware, there is a possibility of iPhone and iPod Touch gaming accessories like virtual control pads, steering wheels and more, coming to our hand. Yes, because the iPod Touch software update page clearly mentions about "Third-party Game Accessories"!
Posted on 21 April 2009 by Chris Davies
The Mophie Juice Pack Air, first announced back in February, today goes on sale through Apple stores worldwide and via the online Apple store. Promising to boost iPhone 3G runtime by almost 100-percent, the Juice Pack Air builds on the original Juice Pack and 3G Juice Pack by adding all-round jacket protection and a new standby mode.
That standby mode means ... continued »
Posted on 02 April 2009 by Chris Davies
Vuzix have announced a "Works with iPhone" certified cable for their full range of AV video eyewear. The cable not only carries Apple's compatibility branding, but is the first to market to support 3D video in side-by-side, interlaced and anaglyph formats.
While 3D content for the iPhone is limited, the iWear range of headsets are also useful for watching iPhone and ... continued »
Posted on 10 March 2009 by Alison Spong
If it's love you are in, the economy is no excuse. Austrian jeweller Peter Aloisson has crafted the "Kings Button," a diamond-encrusted iPhone whose name refers to the 6.6-carat diamond planted on top of the handset's Home button.