It's become quite an expectancy, at this point in the App Store's successful existence, to see blatant clones of popular originals. We've seen multiple ripoffs of Imangi Studio's widely acclaimed title, Temple Run, and have also been graced by graphical spin-offs of other chart-topping titles that simply vary in graphical style. Today yet another app has breached the App Store's walls, which mimics the clever, intuitive interface that was first introduced by Realmac Software's utility, Clear ($1.99).
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.