There has always been something I have liked about the flip case design. It gives you not-so-blatant choices for use. For example, a user can keep his or her iPhone inside of the case at all times or decide to use the case more so as a pouch, taking the
At Macworld 2009, CodeFlare introduced a new service called TileStack. The service has been described as a Hypercard clone and allows those without programming skills to create applications right on the web. Once you've created your game or application, it can then be compiled for the iPhone and placed on the App Store. CodeFlare takes a small cut of the profits, but otherwise it's your app.
This year at Macworld, iPhone Alley presented several companies with Editor's Choice Awards. The awards went to products which stood out among the others at Macworld. Not all of the products are new at the show, but they were all present. All of these products caught our eye because they're innovative, incredibly useful, or just incredibly great. Congratulations to all of our winners! Jump on down to the full page to see the winners!