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I Make My Case, available for the iPhone 4

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2010

That’s right, we have more cases for the iPhone 4. Case-Mate is next in line to launch their iPhone 4 Cases. These are definitely eye-popping cases. They make cases for the iPhone 3Gs and BlackBerry and now they will be available for the iPhone 4 with the iPhone 4 Artist Series Original Cases.

You can design your own custom iPhone 4 case with art from several world-renowned artists. The cases will be available soon to customize any way you want for $39.99.

iPhone 4 Grove Made Bamboo Case

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2010

The design on the new iPhone 4 is beautiful, but maybe you want something more natural looking. If so then check out these new bamboo cases for the iPhone 4 from Grove Made. This case is available in a plain version, or in some versions with laser engraving.

They won’t cost you an arm and a leg either as they can be had for just $49 for the plain version and $69 for the engraved version.

Speakal iCrystal iPhone/iPod dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2010

Speakal has a new iPhone and iPod dock that looks awesomely space age thanks to those iCrystals speakers with inverted pyramids that glow blue. We love the futuristic design. The dock comes in black, white, and red colors and has a 3.5mm input for your other devices.

The iCrystal is powered by four AA batteries or the AC outlet if you don’t want to waste batteries. You can buy it right now for $79.99. This thing looks good.

Phoneballs iPhone case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2010

Dropped calls? This iPhone case has dropped balls. Normally a case will protect your phone, but I’m not so sure this one will. After all, haven’t countless videos shown us that balls are like magnets when it comes to being kicked and punched in them?

Seems like it would draw some sort of vicious ball attack. They come in blue and peach and will cost you $15. Not sure why you would want that end near your mouth while using your phone, but at least 10% of all proceeds go to testicular cancer research.

iMovie for iPhone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2010

HD video recording is one thing, but the iPhone 4 needs a way to edit these recordings on the phone itself. Enter iMovie for iPhone. At last, you can be the Steven Spielberg of the iPhone. Well, maybe not that good.

Nothing too fancy here. We are talking video editing on a phone after all, not a desktop. But you can combine various clips, add music, photos, titles and transitions as well as throw in some basic effects. The effects are from the desktop version of iMovie, so you’ll recognize them. You can export in 360p, 540p and 720p.

AT&T says sorry for threatening customer with legal action for pair of emails to CEO

Posted in AT&T by Shane McGlaun on June 4th, 2010

I think anyone who has read about AT&T and its ways of dealing with complaints or is an AT&T customer probably understands that the company appears to be run by a bunch of asshats. This was made abundantly clear this week when word that AT&T had threatened a customer who emailed the CEO twice over a few week period with a cease and desist letter if he emailed again.

The guy took his story the internet where it grew to epic proportions in a poo storm the likes of which hasn’t been seen in at least a few weeks. AT&T has now said sorry to the customer for threatening him and had a senior AT&T VP call and talk to the customer personally.

iPhone Hello Kitty cases

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2010

Hello Kitty fans certainly have their pick of gadgets with the Kitty’s image on them, but these Hello Kitty cases seem to stand out. Fans of the kitty will want to grab these up.

I’m not sure how many lives the kitty has used up thus far, but isn’t time for a new cute kitty? I think so.

Apple says no third party apps can capture device data

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on June 3rd, 2010

Apple and its CEO Steve Jobs are notorious for their tight levels of secrecy surround its new products. I was surprised when Jobs didn’t personally castrate the dude who lost that iPhone prototype in public. Steve is now pissed that third parties are grabbing data on what software and devices are being used.

The problem Steve has with this is that “some company called Flurry” was capturing device information on handsets and software that were in testing on the Apple campus. Good ol’ Steve, never one to mince words said “Some company called Flurry had data on devices that we were using on our campus — new devices. They were getting this info by getting developers to put software in their apps that sent info back to this company! So we went through the roof. It’s violating our privacy policies, and it’s p***ing us off! So we said we’re only going to allow analytics that don’t give our device info — only for the purpose of advertising.”

iPhone 4G wood dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2010

The iPhone 4G hasn’t even been announced yet and already designer Chris Chan has developed a stylish solid wood dock for the new iPhone. He used the leaked iPhone 4G prototypes for inspiration and dimensions. Hopefully Steve Jobs doesn’t change some details just to spite guys like Chris.

Apparently the iPhone 4G will only be able to charge in landscape mode, but hey it’s wood, it’s stylish and hopefully it will be available soon. Chris hopes to mass-produce the design after the iPhone 4G launches. As you can see, it looks good with a cup of tea.

PosiMotion Helix iPhone/iPod touch gaming grip now available

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2010

Gaming on the iPhone or iPod Touch requires a gaming grip that looks like a Tie Fighter. Obviously. PosiMotion announced this one way back in December and now the Helix gaming grip for the iPhone and iPod touch is now available at Best Buy.

The $20 case promises to be ideal for almost any game, letting you use your iPhone or iPod touch in portrait or landscape mode, while making pew pew pew sounds.

OpenWays turns your smartphone into a hotel room key

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 30th, 2010

Hotel chains have been wanting new alternatives that let patrons check-in, for some time now. That’s why Marriott began testing smartphone check-ins in 2006, and some locations have used RFID, iris scanners, biometric identifiers and other tech to make locked doors easier.

This month, InterContinental Hotels Group announced that they will be trying OpenWays at Chicago’s Holiday Inn Express Houston Downtown Convention Center. It allows iPhone owners to use an app to open room doors. Other smartphone platforms will be supported, and users will also be able to use their phone to order other services, extend their stay or pay for broken items.

Bing to replace Google as default search engine on iPhone?

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 29th, 2010

Look out Google. Word on the street is that Microsoft Bing will be replacing Google as the default search engine on the iPhone. There’s no confirmation on this, but it does fit what we’ve been hearing about talks between Apple and Microsoft.

Then again some sources are saying that Apple and Microsoft are just talking about adding Bing as a search engine option on the iPhone instead of replacing Google. I’ll guess we will learn one way or the other soon enough.

New iPhone launching in June?

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2010

There aren’t many details yet, but according to the guys over at BGR, some AT&T employees have confirmed that the iPhone 4G will be launched in June. That seems pretty fast since it’s scheduled to be unveiled in early June.

But maybe Apple wants to just get it over with at this point since the cat was let out of the bag awhile ago. If this is true you won’t have to wait long at all.

Elgato’s EyeTV HD records live TV for your iPhone and iPad

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2010

Elgato has just updated their software to include what they claim will be the world’s first fully-functional HD DVR for all of Apple’s devices. The function called EyeTV HD is designed to record live TV in HD. It will be compatible with your iPhone or iPad as well.

The EyeTV HD just goes into your Mac and your set top box and the video can then be streamed to your iPhone or iPad. It will cost you $200 and includes the HD recorder hardware and software, a remote control and IR channel changer, USB cable, component video cables, stereo audio cables, and a switcher for composite and S-Video input.

10-year old repairs cracked iphone glass for $22

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2010

Normally when you crack the screen of your iPhone, you have to go to an Apple store and shell out a lot of dough to get your iPhone repaired. You can use a repair kit, but they aren’t easy to use. 10-year olds to the rescue.

This 10 year old managed to do the repair all by himself. That means you can probably do it as well. Brett repaired his dad’s iPhone with a $22 mail-order kit from 3GCrackedGlass.com. The repair was for the glass alone, since the LCD wasn’t damaged.