If you’re looking for a simple, cheap, and reliable case with not too much in terms of looks, then you’ve got USBfever’s Crystal Clear Case for the iPod Touch 4 as a possible purchase. The Crystal Clear Case for the iPod Touch 4 is of course, based on the name,
I was lulled into sweet gameplay just the other day as soon as I opened up Warner Bros highly anticipated game which was ported from many consoles: Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4. If you’re familiar with the Harry Potter series (I mean, who isn’t?), you know his life is full
The slickness and the beauty of the newest iPod touch is just stunning. There’s no telling what could harm it or what can’t so it’s always good to be safe and get a quality case that will protect your iPod no matter what. Speck’s Pixelskin, which is among their lineup
USBfever’s Eggshell Case Review for iPod Touch 4 – A cheap solution for protection with lots of quality but not so much looks
As I’ve mentioned, the new iPod has been a purchase I’ve made this year taking place of my older 2G device. Since the new iPod has a whole new different design, I couldn’t use my old cases. With the few that are currently available for purchase, the Eggshell from USBfever
I’ve never really owned a pouch for my iPod, so I didn’t really know what to expect when I received the iPod Suede Jacket from Waterfield Design. Would it be good, or would it be bad? Only time would tell, and it sure did! I recently got the new iPod
Again, my case about never playing a match-3 game ever again has been breached. This time, I am very happy with my decision because the result is one so good. The result? Ponk. Making its way into the puzzle/arcade genre(s) is Ponk, a wonderful and colorful match-3 game from iPhone
Gizmodo has stumbled upon a brief radio interview with the man at the front of the line in New Zealand. He says that his line waiting is actually partly the result of a bet with his friends that he couldn't survive for three days living on the streets of Auckland. So far he's been using the yellow pages and surfing the web with his laptop and having things brought to him. You can check it out put to this goofy video here.
Vodafone has announced the prices for customers in New Zealand. Users can buy an iPhone 3G for for $199NZD (US$150)for an 8GB when purchased with a 24-month contract. They have also announced that they expect stocks to be "strictly limited". They have yet to announce their tariffs, but they are expected to anounce a significant restructuring in the next few days.
If you happen to be a resident of New Zealand, you might be in luck. Engadget has word from what they call a "trusted source" saying that the first iPhone 3G in the world will be going on sale at exactly 00:01, Friday July 11th in New Zealand at Vodafone stores in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. That means that it will still be Thursday, July 10th at 5:01AM in Cupertino or 13:01 hours in London. [via Engadget]