Ultra thin, ultra light, ultra hyped and rightly so. The Air Jacket Set case from Power Support USA is a hard-case for the iPod Touch 4th generation measuring under 1mm in thickness and weighing almost nothing – that’s how they manage to sell this case, and it’s certainly a valid
Apple updated the landing page for the mobile version of MobileMe (Me.com), adding a bunch of useful on-the-go features. The new page now has instructions on how to set up MobileMe on your device using the Services app, a link to the mobile version of Find My iPhone, and direct links to the App Store download page for the Gallery App and iDisk app.
Yet another iPhone thief has been snared by MobileMe. The Journal News reports that Marvin Brown (25) and Christopher Davis (22) were arrested after stealing four iPhones totaling in $3,594 from an Apple Store. The thieves were successfully tracked down and arrested using the built-in GPS tracking feature utilized by the MobileMe feature Find My Phone, which led cops directly to their location.
iPhone OS 3.0 has only been released for a few days, and the new MobileMe locating feature Find My Phone has already been successfully used. As the story goes, iPhone user Kevin Miller was in Chicago for a Lego convention. Well, he was in a bar with a couple of friends and his iPhone was stolen, and... well, it's a great story. Go check it out at his website. [via Cult Of Mac]
MobileMe users running the iPhone OS 3.0 gold master copy are reporting that Find My iPhone, a new feature Apple announced at WWDC on Monday as part of MobileMe, is already up and running. Everything we've heard so far says that it works perfectly, just as they described in the keynote address. It's good to know it will be ready when the 17th rolls around, when it will be available to all users of GPS-capable iPhones with MobileMe accounts.