Researchers are working with a modded iPhone and a nanoparticle tattoo under the skin that may prove useful for medical monitoring. The nanoparticles fluoresce when exposed to certain molecules like sodium, glucose, and oxygen to give a useful reading that can be tracked.
A guy named Rob Shoesmith is already camping out in London to be the first to get the iPhone 5. Shoesmith is camping as a marketing stunt and has so far landed about £40,000 worth of goods.
V-Moda has unveiled a new set of True Blood branded headphones called the Revamp that will work with the iPhone. The headphones have a mic and remote that will control the iPhone music and phone calls.