Posted on 28 July 2009 by Vincent Nguyen
The new iLuv iEA15 iPod Remote Adapter is exactly what I’ve been waiting for! I have very expensive customs headset from Sleek Audio that I can’t use with the iPod shuffle 3rd gen and it bugs me to death. Those days of frustrations are over (once I get one in to review) with the iEA15. It’s available in August for ... 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 03 March 2009 by Alison Spong
Love does not mean you have to like the same kind of music. The dual-dock iLuv iMM173 is an alarm clock outfitted with two iPod docks, one working with your iPhone.
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 15 September 2008 by Chris Davies
Since acquiring chip manufacturer PA Semi, Apple has been coy about their plans for the company. Steve Jobs confirmed that the intention was to phase out the Infineon chips currently used in the iPhone and iPod ranges, but beyond that Apple has been its usual discrete self. Perhaps someone needs to remind that company ethos to Wei-han Lien, currently Senior ... continued »
Posted on 14 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
From the Apple event at the beginning of the week to the live hacking webcast, the iPhone has been in the spotlight for much of the past several days.
For starters, Spore Origins came out for the iPhone and it offers two modes of gameplay that fully utilize the iPhone's unique functions. Plus, we learned that PhoneSaber would be returning to ... continued »
Posted on 09 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
We've been waiting in anticipation for this day for quite some time. Apple's Let's Rock event has caused so much speculation about what would or would not be talked about that we were seeing the mythical iPod nano 4G in our sleep. But now the time has come and passed and we know what the event brought. And to be ... continued »
Posted on 08 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
The iBikeConsole takes iPod accessories to another level. And while we've seen a ton of accessories and cases that attach your iPod to your body somehow, this one keeps your iPod hooked onto your bike.
If you like to go on bike rides and listen to music at the same time, you may find that navigating the roads and fiddling with ... continued »
Posted on 08 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
The banners unfurled for the "Let's Rock" event slated for tomorrow at 10 a.m. from Apple's Cupertino headquarters and we are as ready as ever. Apple is known for having tricks up their sleeves and this time around they're readily inviting the media, dubbing the event as a "big deal."
We expect to see new iPod nano models that will be ... continued »
Posted on 07 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
It's that time of the week once again, dear readers, where we take a look back at what has transpired over the course of these past seven days.
Lots of Apple industry news to report. First, a pay-as-you-go plan for the iPhone 3G is set to launch on the carrier O2. The eastern European sales figures for the device have ... continued »
Posted on 06 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
As we anxiously await Tuesday for the "Let's Rock" iPod event from Apple, all we can do is speculate. But now, rumor has it that we'll see two major software updates on the big day.
We'll most likely see iTunes 8.0 released on September 9th, which is expected to have a few new cool features like "Genius," which recommends music ... continued »
Posted on 03 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Dimension drawings of the iPod nano 4G and the iPod touch 2G have supposedly been leaked. No one knows if these images are legit, but they seem to fall in line with what we know so far about the devices thought to be announced next week at the Apple event next Tuesday.
Casing changes are expected on both media players. The ... continued »