Posted on 17 December 2010 by Shane McGlaun
Any child of the 80's will recognize the Speak & Spell. If you want to remember your childhood or help ET call home with a bit more modern style blakemedia has a cool sticker for the back of your iPhone that makes it look like the Speak & Spell.
Posted on 23 July 2010 by Shane McGlaun
Apple has started issuing refunds to iPhone 4 buyers who also purchased a bumper for their iPhone. This is the start of the "fix" for the antenna issue.
Posted on 16 July 2010 by Shane McGlaun
Quirky makes all manner of wild products that are designed by the community. The company has a cool new iPhone 4 bumper case called the Tilt that has a flip down section to prop the smartphone up.
Posted on 10 May 2010 by Shane McGlaun
I think that most iPhone users will agree that the device is a fantastic gaming platform. A new video has turned up showing a guy gaming on the iPhone using a pico projector and it looks fantastic.
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 13 May 2009 by Chris Davies
It'll come as no surprise to hear that we love the iPhone 3G here at iPhone Buzz, but we're not such fans of its battery life. A well-used iPhone 3G can fail to last the day, which is why we're also so keen on the Mophie Juice Pack Air. Now, courtesy of Mophie themselves, we've got a Juice Pack Air ... 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 01 March 2009 by Alison Spong
No matter your age or even device, Mobigrip is apparently 'the' safety belt for digital toys, like your ever important iPhone. Hindsight being the devil she is, this would have been perfect for me, however my phone was already on the ground and the projectile in question was a nail-polish bottle.
Posted on 12 January 2009 by Vincent Nguyen
Whether it's the carrier, the hardware or the environment you're in, there are plenty of reasons why using your iPhone can be an exercise in frustration. Poor signal strength impacts everything from making and receiving calls to your data connection; that's why Wilson Electronics' iBooster is so tempting. Promised to reduce dropped calls, increase data rates and open up what ... continued »
Posted on 01 January 2009 by Budi Putra
Just noticed that iControlPad - 'the iPhone games PSP style' has already headed into production [Yay!]. As we wrote on May last year, when this device was still in its prototype stage, the developer promised that the final version of the unit will be "much more sleek and fitting". Seems this new picture already prove it, I guess.
Posted on 02 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
Touchscreen phones have been a thing that the visually impaired have been forced to live without for so long. Bruno Fosi has set out to change that for everyone with his new concept Silicon Touch iPhone case. This case is designed not to take away any of the iPhone’s basic functionality.
This Silicon Touch iPhone case works in tandem with and ... continued »
Posted on 17 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
We end yet another week here at iPhoneBuzz with heaping helping of news to review. There was drama, there was intrigue. But enough with the hype. Let's dive in, shall we?
The week started with news that the App Store had accumulated 60 million downloads, equally $30 million sales. Plus, the first monthly sales reports were released to app developers, giving ... continued »