Over the years, the market for iPhone cases has augmented to appeal to a wide variety of customers. There's no doubt that anything you need - whether it be hardcore protection, glamorous looks, or a combination of both - will be available somewhere online or in-store. Spigen SGP's lineup of cases for the iPhone 5 boasts a lot of promise and creativity. Today we'll be taking a look at the company's Ultra Thin Air case for the iPhone 5.
Backpacks have long been regarded as large and bulky methods of transporting your gadgets around. Spigen SGP's Klasden Levanaus series of high-quality backpacks completely nullifies all of these claims; in fact, it's roomy, extremely comfortable, and quite affordable coming in at only $89.99 - an irresistible price for a backpack with this kind of sophistication.
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.
While most companies attempt to spruce up the pictures of their products to often depict something much more desirable than what they're actually selling, Spigen SGP, made evident by the product page of their Modello Series Case for the iPhone 4/4S ($14.99), sticks to little or no alterations to the images they've posted of their seamless case. Even without these embellishments, the Modello Series Case is as brilliant and alluring as ever - not only do the pictures look great, so does the case itself offering reliable protection at an affordable price.
The iPhone has been designed with the utmost, evident care and what better way to embellish the presentation with a slick bumper? iPhone Alley has teamed up with Spigen to offer you the chance of winning one of two Neo Hybrid Vivid bumpers valued at the price of $31.99 each. See what all the fuss is about below!
ifoAppleStore's Gary Allen has posted a first look of Apple's soon to be implemented iPod touch-based point-of-sale system on AppleInsider. According to the piece, the new units are called EasyPay touch and consist of an iPod touch, battery pack, barcode scanner, and a magnetic card reader. The unit itself runs POS software which has apparently been written by Apple. The outer shell which contains the additional POS hardware resembles an Incase Power Slider.
We have also independently heard from an Apple employee that the new units will be small enough to fit in an employee's pocket, making them easy enough to be carried at all times.
The last three months of the year tends to be a big hit for the Apple Store locations and the company is set to unveil some new changes along with the ever-changing employee t-shirts. This year, Apple employees will ditch the current EasyPay portable computers made by Symbol Technologies, and will begin using an iPod touch with an advanced scanner accessory and point-of-sale (POS) software.