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.
We absolutely fell in love with Spigen SGP's top-notch solution for users seeking an effective way to safeguard their iPhone's screens. Their line of high quality tempered glass screen protectors recently expanded to the new iPad, and naturally we were eager to get our grubby hands on a unit. The GLAS.t for the new iPad ($69.99) is a premium tempered glass screen protector catered to users who clumsily and frequently drop their devices.
Eventually, all typical screen films either get grubby and nasty, begin to peel in the corners or have ugly spots and scratches. In the case of Spigen SGP's GLAS.t screen protecting solutions for the iPhone 4S, however, the aforementioned is completely avoidable.
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.
Last week, I took off my case to clean off any dust or grit on my iPod and along with that stuff, I was faced with a scratch; not a huge one, but small enough for me to notice. Though I was pretty angry, the Dry Apply BodyGuardz that I
Aliph announced a brand new version of the Jawbone today called the Jawbone ICON. The new headset features an improved version of Aliph's Noise Assassin technology, comes in several different styles and colors, and costs $100. It also has a cool feature called MyApps which lets you customize a button to call 411, perform voice-to-SMS, or even listen and post to Facebook and Twitter. The headset can also read things like caller-ID and battery life to you. To top it off, your iPhone will display the headset's battery life right next to the iPhone's battery life, just like Apple's short-lived bluetooth headset.
It'll show up in Apple Stores soon, but you can get a look now at the Jawbone site.
For anyone who's ever lost their iPhone and then proceeded to pick up the landline and dial the handset number over and over again, hunting down the faint ringing emanating from the couch cushions, the guys at ZOMM will be releasing something you might like.
The ZOMM functions as a keyring that both supports Bluetooth and tethers wirelessly to your iPhone. In cases where you leave the handset or the ZOMM itself behind, the unit will begin to blink, buzz and chime. Other features include the ZOMM alerting you to incoming calls and allowing you to take them through the ZOMM like a disconnected speakerphone.
Accessories manufacturer Belkin today announced the launch of its new Bluetooth Music Receiver to its lineup for short-range wireless streaming. The adapter takes audio from any Bluetooth device that supports the A2DP stereo format, including many cellphones (such as the iPhone) as well as portable media players that recognize the standard, such as the second and third-generation iPod touch. Range is limited to the Bluetooth standard's 33 feet but should be enough for wireless music in the same room.
As many of you already know, the iPhone 3GS comes with an awesome feature called Voice Control. It lets you make calls or play music just by telling your iPhone what to do. To activate Voice Control, you press and hold the Home button. But what if you want to do something via Voice Control without looking at your iPhone?
Starting with iPhone 3.1, you can now use a Bluetooth headset to activate the feature. To do this, simply press the answer/end button on a paired Bluetooth headset while not on a call (be sure a call isn't coming in). Voice Control will be routed through your headset so that you can start a call without looking at your phone. Awesome! You can also do the same to begin playing music.
Apple slashed the price of its 8GB iPod touch media player from $229 to $199 on Wednesday as senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller, who cited sales of 20 million iPod touch units, introduced a 64GB iPod touch for $399 and a 32GB model for $299. Per Apple, the 32GB and 64GB models are reportedly 50% faster, include support for the Open GL|ES 2.0 graphics language and finally include full Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR support for communication with nearby devices such as the Nike + iPod sport kit.