We currently rely on some hardy, heavy duty cases to save our beloved iOS devices in those rare situations where we may accidentally drop them in water. But what if your iOS devices came straight from Apple as fool-proof in that you could safely drop them in water without a worry? That could be the case for future iPhone iterations.
I remember the day I got the media email from my contact at ThinkGeek about the iCade being announced, at that time as a simple prank. To date, however, the accessory has grown to be probably the most popular iPad gaming controllers, and the makers behind the clever product have
This year MacWorld seemed smaller than last year but I was told it was bigger, perhaps it was because the new location was more spread out than in the past. San Francisco was amazing! The city has such life, this small town girl from Oklahoma almost didn’t know what to
In continuation of our battery case reviews, our next product is the Mophie Juice Pack. I gotta say, this case is my favorite! Ever since the day it has arrived, it has been on my phone and that is where it will stay. Mophie was at CES and I stopped
In the next few weeks, we will be reviewing several iPhone 4 battery cases. The first is the EMVY iPhone 4 Battery Case, which tops our list. This case truly is the thinnest and lightest I’ve seen. The case itself looks and feels like any other hard case on the
News has come out that Skype will launch a video chat for the iPhone that will compete with Apple’s FaceTime. Under the FAQ section the question, “How do I make video call with Skype for iPhone?” was posted with an obvious Verizon logo next to the Skype logo. Oops! 9to5mac.com
Exactly one month from today, Ivan Seidenberg, CEO for Verizon, will deliver the opening keynote speech at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NV. Seidenberg will give his CES keynote address at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 6, 2011 in the Hilton Center. CES is known
As the year winds down, the anticipation for CES 2011 begins. The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will be in Las Vegas on January 6-9th. Any gadget geek knows that CES is the place to be to see all the new product launches for the up and coming year. At
As expected, Steve Jobs just announced the latest iPhone, and it's officially called iPhone 4. No surprises, it looks exactly like the photos from Steve's favorite blog, Gizmodo. It's only 9.2mm thick, 24% thinner than the current iPhone... the thinnest smartphone on the planet. The new display features an amazing 326 pixels per inch, which is a 960x480 resolution with 800:1 contrast ratio. As expected the new device features the A4 chip, a second mic for noise cancellation, and a front-facing camera, a 5MP rear camera with an LED flash. The new updated camera system supports HD video as well (720p at 30 fps). The battery has been improved and is expected to get 7 hours of talk time, 10 hours of browsing or video.
We are still waiting on more details, including pricing and availability. We will update this post as soon as we get more information.
Update: The font-facing camera is indeed for video chat, called "FaceTime." The phone comes in black or white (including the face), but still is limited to 16GB or 32GB... $199 and $299 respectively. And the answer we've all been waiting for... available on June 24, with pre-orders starting on June 15.
Before making any sort of iPhone announcement, Steve Jobs introduced a small but significant update to iBooks for the iPad. The app will now include a much needed notes option, which looks like a yellow sticky note. iBooks will also support PDFs, which is a huge feature upgrade. Jobs says the update to iBooks will be available "later this month."
Update: iBooks will now be available for the iPhone and iPod Touch! Download the same book on all of your devices at no additional charge. Notes and bookmarks sync across all of your devices as well.
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