There are all kinds of speakers for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Very small ones that plug straight into the iPhone or iPod using the 30-pin connector, large docking speakers, and of course others that may house the device. However, none that I personally have seen are crafted with elegance
Over the past two years I have come across many, many apps that require a mic to work and that with the iPod Touch are compatible. In these instances, I must forget about the app which is a disgrace, and I do not enjoy doing so. However, from usbfever.com I
An updated USBConfiguration.plist file discovered in the most recent version of the iPhone OS 3.1 firmware beta offers evidence that Apple is continuing development on an unknown device. According to an ArsTechnica story, the product, referred to as "iProd", was first discovered in March and has since been updated as "1,1", which has led users to believe there is indeed an unknown product inside of Apple under active development running the iPhone OS.
No more than a week after the first beta of firmware version 2.1 being seeded to developers, Apple has seeded a second beta version. The new version reportedly fixes several bugs in the previous version. It also makes mention of the highly anticipated push notification service.
Since its launch, the App Store has been a huge success, offering over 900 apps, and already several million downloads in total. However, Apple's app distribution system does have one inherent flaw. Currently there is no way for a developer to give free access to a paid app for one specific iPhone, which leaves them with no way to beta test apps without pushing it as an update to all users.