According to a report originally published by The Next Web, late last night, Apple approved an update to a Mac application that included support for "Retina Graphics" listed in the update notes.
Having waited for this game for months, I was satisfied to the brim once it came out. I made my move, and now it is on my iPod safely snug in the midst between my favorite applications. Synoptical Studios introduces Aerox for the iPhone and iPod Touch – A rather
It's March and all that cool stuff you saw at CES and Macworld Expo is finally beginning to hit the shelves. Specifically, a new product from Case-Mate, which we previewed back in January, is now shipping. For those who don't remember, Hug is a wireless induction charger that allows you to attach a case to your iPhone 3G or 3GS, then place the handset on a charging platter. You can grab it now from Case-Mate's website for $99.99.
They've included a video, so take a gander:
Still waiting for the day when you can fuel your car on nothing but hydrogen, and it's only exhaust is in the form of water vapor, greatly reducing the collective output of pollution from transportation? Sorry, those aren't economically viable yet. But, thanks to a company by the name of Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies, you can use hydrogen to fuel your iPhone instead, and that's almost as good, right? No, I'm afraid I'm not kidding.
3 new toys from Griffin. The first two are the PowerBrick Reserve and PowerJolt Reserve. The PowerBrick Reserve is a standard wall charger for your iPhone that has a removable emergency battery magnetically held in place that can be removed and plugged into your iPhone when you're out of juice and can't find an outlet.
UK battery and charger maker Battech recently unveiled a cool new charger for the iPhone 3G. It's the iPower SX, and it's a solar-powered charger that includes a large 2,200mAh battery. It uses a 5.5V, 80mA crystalline solar panel that has a 5.3V, 500mA output to convert sunlight into power, but can also be charged by USB when sun isn't available. You can grab one for £40 in the UK, or roughly $62 at their site. [via Pocket-Lint.co.uk]
If you often travel abroad, then you might appreciate this little gadget that Kensington just announced. It's a replacement for that little wall charger unit that Apple includes with every iPhone, but if you travel to another country with different power outlets then it can be a hassle. That's where their International Travel Charger for iPod and iPhone comes in.
I recently got an email from a friend of mine with a tale of iPhone woe. My buddy Ken (not the podcaster) has a car charger which was made for use with iPods and so he assumed an iPhone would work just as well. As it turns out, not every iPod charger will play nicely with an iPhone. Frankly, I've been known to tell people that iPod chargers will work the same. After hearing Ken's story, my tip to you all is to be sure that your car chargers are made to work with the iPhone. Ken's story follows the break.