Facing increased competition, the creators of one of the top contenders for users in the market for rugged mobile safeguarding against your most common culprits, OtterBox, today announced its venture into a new zone of coverage: water.
This following iPhone case has been the word of the internet lately for its unusual nature. While others may be condoning checking it out, indirectly, we are warning you to stay away - it's still interesting to take a close look at though. More below.
How many of you don’t really mind a case that doesn’t look real nice, but will protect your iPod Touch undoubtedly? Boxwave didn’t really take looks into account when designing their Armor Case for the iPod Touch 4th generation; it’s not something you’d want to go show off, but it
If you’re like me, you’ve owned one of Apple’s mobile devices for a few years now, you may remember Armor Games’ fling-to-kill-by-toppling-the-structures-game, much like the modern day version Angry Birds, Crush the Castle. At the time, the game was one of the hottest games on the app store with a
Simon Griffin over at Etre Touchy was so psyched that we mentioned his iPhone-friendly gloves earlier this winter that he's offered all you iPA readers a special discount. Until April 1st, use code IPHONEALLEY to receive 20% off all purchases. This brings the price down to about $17 from $21 on a pair of Etre Touchy gloves. Enjoy, and thanks Simon!
If you live in a northern or temperate climate like I do, then using your iPhone outside in the winter can be a real pain. Since the iPhone's screen is capacitive, you have to operate it with either your bare fingertips or a cumbersome stylus, something that gets old fast in sub-zero weather. To solve this issue, Apple is working on a patent for some gloves that should make using the iPhone a lot more pleasant in the winter.
As cold weather approaches in some parts of the world, we are reminded once again of the endless frustration of how useless our gloves are on the iPhone's capitative touch screen. You could go the stylus route, but if a stylus isn't what you're looking for, you might consider a set of technology-friendly gloves like the new Etre Touchy gloves.