We've already heard why the iPhone's camera is pretty darn great for what it is, but that's not to say it couldn't still do with some help. Since it lacks the ability to focus, taking pictures of things that are too close up can be difficult. To fill the void left by the camera's shortcomings, Griffin has released their own solution in the iClarifi case.
Those of you who play a lot of iPhone games might be interested in the new product Marware announced last week built for playing games on the iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G. It's called the Game Grip for iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G, and it sports two silicone-covered handles to provide a more ergonomic gaming experience.
Speck today has introduced their brand new case, dubbed "Fitted." The new case is marketed as a fashion statement more than just another iPhone case, and it has the looks to prove it. Fitted will initially be available in tan houndstooth check, black-and-white plaid, and black herringbone with pinstripes with more fabrics coming each season.
Otterbox has announced that their Defender series protective case is now available for the iPhone 3G. For those of you who aren't familiar, the Defender is a heavy-duty case for when a normal case isn't enough, offering three layers of protection against things like dirt, scratches and impacts.
Sena Cases has announced several new cases for the iPhone 3G that have been specifically formed to fit it's new exterior design. According to the company, all have been handmade in Europe by 'leather artisans', all of which feature full-grain Italian Napa leather in a variety of colors. All of the cases are expected to ship next month.
Fabrix Cases has announced a new line of sleeves for our favorite phone and iPod touch. They're made of several different styles of fabric that have been sewn together by hand to fit perfectly, with high-grade internal qulited paddings to protect it from scratches and light bumps. Fabrix sleeves will work with both the iPhone and the iPhone 3G. They're available at FabrixCases.com now for $21.90.
Wishing you could somehow combine your love for your iPhone with your obsession with chocolate? Well step away from the fondu pot because USB fever has unveiled the perfect iPhone accessory for you. It's a silicone case that looks just like a bar of chocolate, except made of silicone so it won't crack if you drop it or melt in the sun. It's available now for $26.99 from their website and fits first-generation iPhones. It even comes wrapped as a chocolate bar, so it makes a great gift. Just remember not to bite it!
Miniot, makers of the iWood case for the iPhone and iWood touch, has announced the iWood 3G. The specialty cases are made from a single piece of carefully selected wood that covers the iPhone's sides and back, leaving access to the front, ports, controls, and camera. You can also have the option of having it engraved on the back with the monogram, message, or logo of your choice for a small extra fee, as well as an optional wooden dock made from the same piece of wood. They will be available some time in July for €75 (US$116).
Several accessory manufacturing companies have announced more new cases and skins specifically designed to fit the new iPhone 3G. Among them are Incase, Speck, Marware, and BodyGuardz. Here's the latest round-up.
Speck is also making their contribution to the list of accessories to be available for the iPhone 3G. They are announcing that they will be starting a new line of accessories specifically for the iPhone 3G, which will be kicked off with their ToughSkin and the SeeThru cases.