What a better way to reflect your nationalism than embellish your iPhone with a case sporting your country's flag?
As part of our extensive amount of iPad-compatible case reviews, today we're going to take a look at Proporta's Aluminum Lined Leather Style Pouch engineered to comfortably stow your device. Coming in at a meager $26.95, the case offers all-around protection at an affordable price and is an obvious contender when it comes to cases.
Until manufacturers begin to start coating handsets' hardware with waterproof technology, it's always a worry to take a delicate smartphone on vacation. The possibility that you may accidentally drop your iPhone or other alike device into the water is utterly daunting, so at every waking moment of each and every day, you're burdened by the inevitable truth that your phone could face its demise. What's the point in a vacation if you're constantly stressed? Nothing. What you need is Proporta's brilliant endeavor that has amounted to an effective waterproof case - the Beachbuoy ($19.95).
New cases are always a pleasure to see especially if they don't introduce old concepts. For example, Proporta's Doodle Pad Hard Shell case compatible with both the iPhone 4 and 4S alike - rather than the same old design that many other cases have, this option from Proporta boasts a new look that makes it worth the purchase in itself.
Over the course of the next few weeks, we’ll be taking comprehensive looks at a multitude of iPhone 4S compatible cases as well as any similar accessories. The first in our extensive lineup, is for Proporta’s Aluminum Lined Leather Case. Compatible with the iPhone 4S and its predecessor alike, the
The Summer season is in full swing! It’s no secret, the second I leave the iPhone Alley office I’m headed straight to the pool. If I wasn’t so landlocked in Oklahoma, I know that I’d be at the beach or lake instead. But, as long as I’m near some water,
I thought all iPhone rumors would cease for at least the next few months as Steve Jobs introduced Apple's next iPhone today. I thought wrong. Within minutes of the announcement, we have a rumor of Keynote and possibly other iWork apps coming to the iPhone. Some eagle-eyed observer spotted something interesting on the Mail page of Apple's iPhone 4 website. All the way down at the bottom of the page, the site mentions that you can open email attachments "in compatible third-party apps." The screenshot associated with this text shows the option of opening an attachment in Keynote. As of right now, all of the iWork apps are only available for the iPad. It will be interesting to see if Apple makes iWork available for the phone as well.
DataViz has updated Documents To Go, their app for reading MS Office documents and editing MS Word documents on the iPhone, adding features for OS 3.0. Version 1.1 adds cut, copy and paste; pinch to zoom and full screen view in Word files; the ability to send files via email with clients other than Microsoft Exchange; and viewing and syncing of iWork 09 files for Mac users.
Right from the beginning of the keynote address, Phil Schiller made it clear that he was going to be focusing primarily on the Mac. Fortunately, the iPhone and the Mac are closely integrated, and in the new iWork 09, they are even more so, so there were plenty of fun little iPhone-related goodies unveiled. Among them were a new remote control app for Keynote.