Rare is that an iPhone or iPad user has ever looked back at the stylus and thought that it could be of beneficial use to supplement the multi-touch interface of gestures and swipes. Perhaps that may ring true, although that does not mean that a stylus cannot add to the experience. Well, for the right user that is. BoxWave makes its own stride with a new stylus that has the claim to fame of a unique mesh tip, but is it enough to compel you to pick up the EverTouch stylus? Read on for our very complete thoughts on what a stylus can and cannot add in the touchscreen era.
After continued use, it's a given that typical screen protectors tend to wear themselves out. The corners begin to peel and all kinds of dirt and other unwanted grime creeps in. What's worse is that regular screen films don't provide sufficient screen protection to balance out the aforementioned issues. Therefore, Spigen SGP's continuation to its signature GLAS.t glass screen protector ($27.99) line for the iPhone 5 is the optimal solution for those wishing to keep their iPhone's screens pristine and scratch-free.
There's really no material completely prone to being damaged, and while the iPhone's glass exterior may look extremely nice, it's easy to scratch and have its look just that easily, simply put, messed up. There are numerous products that have been made to rectify the issue, and have, but they don't all appeal to every single one of the many iOS-device owners out there - in order to fix the issue for people annoyed by, for example, the Otterbox Defender's plastic screen overlay, Spigen has manufactured the SGP GLAS.t available for $27.99.
Have you ever had to lament the shattering of your iOS device’s glass? Well, it seems that Apple is well aware of the extent of people that have accidentally dropped their device and picked it up only to find the glass shattered. Continuing to try to fix one of their
In one of those stories that some will cast aside as “too good to be true,” a U.S. Air Force Combat Controller watches his iPhone 4 fall out of his pocket and descend downward toward the ground. At the time, the plane was a thousand feet above ground and flying at
TheMacBox released the update to their popular PhoneSaber application today with many new features and additions since the last version. You may remember that PhoneSaber was pulled from the App Store last month. We later learned that it was removed at the request of Lucasfilm Ltd in order for them to create an official version called Lightsaber Unleashed.
After PhoneSaber's removal from the App Store by the developer, The Mac Box has announced that the official revision of the app, titled LightSaber Unleashed, is complete and is awaiting review to get into the App Store. The new app will have several additional features not previously available to the developer, such as the real sound effects from the movie and the "dueling music", as well as characters from the game.