Posted on 03 December 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Griffin has announced a new line of third-party Lightning Cables for the new iPhone 5. The cables in the Griffin line range in cost from $17 up to about $30.
Posted on 07 January 2011 by Shane McGlaun
SteelSeries has announced a new headset that uses a behind the neck band for comfort called the Siberia Neckband. The headset has a retractable mic and inline controls for calls and music.
Posted on 21 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
The world of iPhone news has calmed a bit in recent weeks but that doesn't mean what's been going on here on iPhone Buzz has been any less important. Check out our recap of the week below.
First, we found out that AT&T is planning an iPhone U-verse IPTC interface, which would combine the carrier's Internet and video service with mobile-controlled ... continued »
Posted on 17 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
The Griffin AirCurve acoustic amplifier dock was announced for the iPhone today. The polycarbonate block is translucent, but it doesn't just look nice. It's pretty functional, too.
In fact, this dock has a waveguide that's coiled so sound is amplified from the iPhone's speaker. And though you won't get the best sound quality in the world, you will definitely have louder ... continued »
Posted on 22 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
Let me start off by saying that I'm not much of a case user, but after handling Griffin's three cases for the iPhone 3G even I'm impressed with how nice they feel! Think of the elan Form case as a hybrid between hard plastic and leather, while the Nu Form uses hard plastic and rubberized plastic and the Wave case ... continued »
Posted on 30 May 2008 by ashoperon
If there are any doubts about the legitimacy of the recently leaked 3G iPhone case specifications, they may finally be put to rest. Though the information is not exactly confirmed by anyone, but it is a pretty elaborate hoax to make your own 3G iPhone case mold. The mold design seems to fit the rumored case specifications, so this may ... continued »
Posted on 10 April 2008 by Chris Davies
Last Friday we told you we were putting Griffin's contentious ClearBoost iPhone Case through its paces: Griffin's sales claim is that the ClearBoost's in-built copper antenna strip is enough to give you an extra bar or two of coverage when using AT&T's network. Since then, iPhone Buzz has been hauling the case around various areas of great, middling and patchy coverage, trying ... continued »