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HiPhone Nano flip phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2009

HiPhone Nano flip phoneWe’re still waiting on confirmation of an iPhone nano, so HiPhone of China decided to get the job done in true knockoff fashion. They came out with their own version known as the HiPhone Nano. It’s a flip. Take that Apple.

The exterior features dedicated music playback controls that look just like an iPod Clickwheel, and you can even get the time on a monochrome display. Flip it open and inside there is a 2.4″ touchscreen display and a numeric keypad. How about dual-SIM support?

cect m188 puts an iphone nano in your hands

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2009

cect m188 puts an iphone nano in your handsThe rumors of Apple releasing an iPhone Nano are still going strong, but they remain just rumors. You can own a miniature iPhone right now if you don’t mind that it’s a cheap Chinese knock-off. The CECT m188 clones the look and menus of the original iPhone in a package that’s just 86mm x 48mm x 11mm. Or about the size of a credit card.

The screen measures 2.6″ diagonal, and it’s touch-sensitive, so it sucks to have large fingers with this one. Using a stylus is probably best. The phone is completely unlocked and works on 900/1800/1900Mhz GSM networks around the world.

Here we go again: iPhone nano now rumored for June

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2009

Here we go again: iPhone nano now rumored for JuneMacworld just ended and already we have more iPhone Nano rumors. The Chinese trade paper Economic Daily News is now reporting that Taiwan Semiconductor Company (TSMC) will be handling chip manufacturing for a low-cost device being referred to as…cue music…The iPhone nano. The paper has a pretty good reputation, but take it with an iPhone sized grain of salt.

The source is citing a June launch of the handset, just after an order for the components in March. Apple does like to intro iPhones in the Summer, so if history is any indication, the timing fits. China has no deal for the iPhone, so a lower-cost version may be perfect for Asian markets. The nano could have a bunch of ready users.

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More iPhone Nano rumors

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2008

More iPhone Nano rumorsWhether there is any shred of truth to the iPhone Nano or not, it sure is stirring up some big rumors for such a small device. Adding to these rumors, case-maker Vaja today quietly added the category to its website. We’re not sure what to think. At this point, it’s a lot like the X-Files. The truth is out there. Somewhere.

Apple could produce a cheaper phone, but why? They could just as easily add another on the high-end. Yet, there it is on the site of a reputable accessory manufacturer with a brand new phone listed. Something seems to be afoot, but what?

iPhone Nano concept photo surfaces

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2008

iPhone Nano concept photo surfacesRumors of an iPhone nano have been persistent for weeks now, and here are the first pics of the so-far fantasy phone. It looks about 3/4 the size of the iPhone, slimmer but still sexy. Is this just wishful thinking?

It could be true, but many don’t see it happening in January. For an announcement of this calibur, Steve Jobs would be making it, right? He’s not going to be at the Macworld keynote next month. But think about this. Why does he have to be there to make the announcement? Why not “phone it in” on an iPhone Nano?

iPhone nano case appears

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2008

iPhone nano case appearsWe probably shouldn’t be basing predictions for important new Apple products on protective case mockups from China. Even so, things like this have revealed the truth in the past. iDealsChina is reporting that XSKN is working on a silicone skin for the upcoming “Nano iPhone” a shorter, chubbier version of the iPhone 3G.

According to iDealsChina sources, the phone will feature EDGE data, but otherwise is pretty identical in specs to its predecessors. Well, it has a smaller screen. According to them, Apple plans to sell tons of these for low prices in places like Walmart, and that the company will be unveiling the new handset in January during Macworld.

m888a iPhone Nano clone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2008

m888a iPhone Nano clone
Here’s an interesting clone. The m888a will let you own a smaller sized iPhone, with dull specs. An iPhone mini-me. Just keep in mind that your fingers remain the same size. Specs include: a 2.4-inch touchscreen with stylus, dual-band GSM and a VGA camera, even comes in black and white in an Apple-like package. One thing that the original doesn’t have and the m888a does is dual-SIM support and freedom to be on any GSM network.

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Apple Patent for iPhone nano?

Posted in Apple,iPhone,News by Chris Weber on July 5th, 2007

possible iPhone nano patent diagramWe had posted a few months ago about what we thought might be an iPhone Nano product from Apple, and here’s another one that could easily fit the name filed at the USPTO.

The patent digram shows a click wheel similar to existing iPods with a touchpad that shows the graphical images of a phone dial-like wheel with numbers and letters. It would make sense that just like the iPod has gotten smaller with time, Apple could cut out a few features and make a smaller, simpler but equally cool mobile phone. …

Apple iPhone nano Patent ?

Posted in Apple,iPhone,iPod by Darrin Olson on May 10th, 2007

possibly iPhone nano type patent from AppleGadgets that need a somewhat-significantly sized interface for texting messages or dialing phone numbers can only get so small before they will just be too tiny for the average person to use, so what would a designer do when they’ve simply run out of space on the device? By looking at this patent found by Unwired it appears that Apple has an interesting solution.

Instead of trying to cram more buttons into a small area or re-purposing the same area, it appears that they are playing with idea of using both …

iPhone nano by January?

Posted in Apple,Mobile Phones by Paul Patterson on October 17th, 2006

AppleAccording to new rumors surrounding Apple Computer, the digital music behemoth is readying two new cellphone models for possible release in January. In a report by Prudential Equity Group analyst Jesse Tortora, these new models could launch at the January 2007 MacWorld conference. Reports of Apple officially filing for the ‘iPhone’ trademark further fuel the rumors.

Tortora went on to say that “recent checks” give him reason to believe Apple will begin selling a smartphone and a slim music phone.

No information has been released as to what type of business model …

HiPhone F320 iPod Nano lookalike with rotary style dial

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2009

HiPhone F320 iPod Nano lookalike with rotary style dialHiPhone is at it again. This phone has a Nano flavor with a rotary type dial below. Sadly those number keys are push-button and so not all that rotary-like.

Some features include quadband GSM, 2.6-inch touchscreen, 1.3 MP camera (video recorder), MP4/ MP3 and Bluetooth, FM. There’s no mention of price, but you would have to buy them in bulk anyway and let’s face it, none of us wants this silly phone.

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iPod nano 5G, Next-Gen iPhone design changes revealed?

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2009

iPod nano 5G, Next-Gen iPhone design changes revealed?Above is a possible snapshot of what the iPod nano 5G will look like, featuring a widened 1.5:1 aspect ratio while still keeping the Click Wheel from prior nano model, which sadly means no touchscreen controls here. A digital camera has also been included in back, although the placement might have your hands blocking it.

It will debut at the same time as the new iPod touch, which is sometime between July and September. Apparently, the next-generation iPhone will come in six versions: two storage capacities each for 3G, enhanced 3G (“3.5G/3.75G”), and China versions of the phone, which will have the same size and general design of the current model, but with a less scratchable matte plastic body.

Jelly Belly cases for your iPhone 4

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 19th, 2011

Did you know that there are 53 “official” Jelly Belly flavors? I did not know that until now myself. If you are a fan of the candy, the company’s new cases are scented to smell like the stuff. It will add a candy scent to your iPhone, iPod touch, nano, or BlackBerry.

The cases cost just $15 just like the new Jelly Belly headphones. So who loves the candy enough to try these?

Kenwood launches CLX-70 iPod and iPhone Speaker Dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 13th, 2010

Kenwood Japan has launched the CLX-70 iPod and iPhone speaker dock, which uses DTS Envelo speakers along with three-dimensional soundstage and is powered by a 30W amp. Connection options include the 30-pin Dock Connector, USB port, SD card slot and a CD drive that supports MP3 files.

The CLX-70 will play nice with the iPhone 3G, 3GS and the iPhone 4, iPod touch, second-generation iPod nano and the iPod classic. It will be available in three colors and will hit the Japanese market this month.

Photofast iPADock Docking Station for iPad and iPhone

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on December 3rd, 2010

Japanese company PhotoFast has introduced the iPADock, which can accommodate combinations of devices like two iPads at once, four iPhones at once, or you can mix it up and have one iPad and two iPhones. You can also use iPADock to charge up your iPad, iPod Touch, iPod Nano and iPod Classic.

Other features include seven USB ports, a connector for the iPad camera connection kit and a memory card that supports SD, SDHC, mini SD, mini SDHC, micro SD and micro SDHC. The Photofast iPADock will cost you £74.99 ($116).



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