Apple's new iPhone 5 launches this Friday, but the first unboxing of the device has already gone public thanks to Boy Genius Reports and its reader source.
Regardless of their horrible sound quality and quite generic aesthetic, Apple's iconic earbuds that came standard with the purchase of an iPod or iPhone were quite popular. The amount of other brands commonly used didn't nearly stack up with the whopping 600 million pairs of Apple earbuds that were shipped. But three years ago, Apple caught a whiff of the overall disappointment shared by their earbud users and has taken the design back to the drawing board. Among the numerous other announcements made today at Apple's press conference, the Cupertino-based company also announced the revolutionary new design to replace the iconic design previously used; these are known as EarPods.
At times, differing from the norm is a great thing - especially in the iOS market with tons and tons of competitive accessories available without substantial perks over one another. The Urbanista Copenhagen headphones have taken creativity to another level; how do they fair?
While the iPhone and the iPod Touch come packaged with a spanking new pair of Apple headphones, the Cupertino-based company's normal elegance hasn't been retained in the making of the earbuds. Lackluster quality, generic looks, quite uncomfortable in truth and not the most optimal solution to get the best out of your music, the headphones are probably the low point of purchasing an iOS device - fortunately, patents suggest that Apple are looking to give their standard pair of buds an overdue makeover.
Even though PADACS, a self-proclaimed “iAccessories” company, may not specialize in audio they do get a lot right with the Aksent earphones – yes, down to the name. Nonetheless, it is fit for more specific styles of music and audio preference. Will these be the perfect complement to your mobile-listening
Comfort, design, quality — everything that Boxwave’s AcoustiMax In-Ear Headphones are equipped with. I was sent a pair of these headphones just the other day, and my first impressions were pretty strong. Other than the simplistic, okay packaging, the headphones were in mint condition and looking greater than ever. On
Ultimate Ears 100 Headphones Review – Design, Sharpness, and Comfort. Where’s the amazing sound quality?
Since I got my new iPod this September, I’ve had a brand new pair of pristine Apple headphones wrapped up sitting in the box: never used em’, haven’t planned on doing so. They’re not that bad, but seriously. Who wants to pay $30 for a semi-good pair of headphones when
USBfever’s Eggshell Case Review for iPod Touch 4 – A cheap solution for protection with lots of quality but not so much looks
As I’ve mentioned, the new iPod has been a purchase I’ve made this year taking place of my older 2G device. Since the new iPod has a whole new different design, I couldn’t use my old cases. With the few that are currently available for purchase, the Eggshell from USBfever
“Life’s too short to listen to bad headphones”. That is what is imprinted on the box of my new Monster Turbine headphones from Monster. This statement, proves to be true – you don’t want to spend years using those old Apple earbuds, do you? Monster is a winner when it
I’m sure many of you have encountered problems with Apple’s standard supplied gear. I’m also sure many of you look for creative ways to make your iPod or iPhone look like you with a tint of your personality attached to the back. Well, the search has stopped with Sugru! Sugru