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AppToyz creates an AR iPhone blaster

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2011

AppToyz has unveiled another toy for your iPhone. This one will allows you shoot virtual monsters. Much like various Wii peripherals,this acts as a controller for your Augmented Reality games on your iPhone. Just attach your phone to the gun, run the app and pew pew pew.

The trigger presses a rubber stamp that touches the screen in place of your finger. And since it is all made of cheap plastic, this AR blaster will cost just $31 (£20).

Handyscope turns your iPhone into a Dermascope

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 24th, 2011

If you like to get all science-nerd on your skin, check this out. Handyscope is an optical attachment that transforms your iPhone into a dermascope. That’s what a dermatologist uses to examine your skin. The gadget uses its own app, which lets your iPhone multiply its magnification power.

You’ll be able to check out your zips or other skin irregularities. The handyscope is scheduled to arrive in February when the app can also be purchased at the Apple app store. I wouldn’t recommend it for hypochondriacs.

Apple releases Universal Bumper Case for Verizon and AT&T iPhone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2011

The new verizon iPhone 4 has a slightly different design than the original iPhone 4, which seems to have fixed the iPhone death grip issue, but now the original iPhone 4 bumper case will not fit the Verizon iPhone. And so Apple has released a new universal bumper case to fit both phones.

The main difference on the Verizon iPhone 4 is that the mute switch sits slightly lower than on the original iPhone 4, so the new bumper design makes sure that it will work with both versions of the iPhone 4.

JVC KW-NT30HD / 50HDT navigation systems with iPhone-controlled HD radio

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2011

JVC’s new in-dash GPS navigation systems will offer some music to go with their navigational help. The KW-NT50HDT and KW-NT30HD feature 6.1-inch displays along with HD radio and iPhone connectivity via USB. With ClearChannel’s iheartradio app, you can check out song and artist information and scan channels from either the navigation device or your iPhone.

The NT50HDT comes with a free lifetime subscription to the Total Traffic HD+ Network, which will give you data like traffic reports, news, and weather. Both devices have WAAS navigation, map coverage of all 50 US states, Canada and Puerto Rico, and voice guidance in English, French, and Spanish.

Eton Mobius iPhone Juice Pack

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2011

Eton Corporation has just announced the new Eton Mobius iPhone 4 battery pack, which will give you extra juice while you are out and about. The Eton Mobius can be charged via a USB port, but it is also equipped with a large enhanced Monocrystal solar panel on the back which is almost as big as the iPhone itself. Solar powered charging usually doesn’t look this good.

The Eton Mobius has a 1800mAh battery and will add about 20mm to your iPhone’s thickness, while doubling your iPhone’s battery life. It will charge your iPhone directly from the sun at a rate of 20minutes of talk time for every hour in the sun.

Jabba The Hutt iPad Docking Station

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 16th, 2011

We already know that Jabba likes to decorate his palace with things like, oh I don’t know, smugglers frozen in carbonite and whatnot. But what you may not have known is that he also loves to have a huge iPad docked right in front of him. Probably helps him sleep or something.

This natural wood dock will sync up your iPad, iPhone and iPod in style. Jabba’s style. Which is grabbing a toad out of your bong water and eating it up, while laughing at the Jedi who has come to collect his friend and is about to kill you.

Next iPad, iPhone expected to use dual-core graphics

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on January 16th, 2011

We knew that Apple wanted faster mobile graphics for the next iPad and iPhone and we have some more details about its choice. The company is now said to be using the SGX543MP2, specifically the dual-core version. The new video is estimated to have about four times the performance of the current SGX535.

This speed increase would be welcomed along with the rumored 2048×1536 display resolution of the next iPad and could enable the kind of higher quality movie playback that would keep Apple competitive against it’s foes. It would most likely support 1080p video decoding in hardware.

Eton Soulra XL Solar Powered Sound System for iPod and iPhone

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2011

The Eton Soulra XL is a Solar Powered Sound System for your iPod and iPhone. It has a strikingly sexy design and features a 72 square inch enhanced monocrystal solar panel so it can catch the sun’s rays.

Some other features include a rechargeable lithium ion battery, 8 speaker drivers ( 2x tweeters, 2x woofer, 4x passive radiator), 20w output with bass boost, a carrying strap, and a remote control to control your tunes. No info yet on price or availability but this thing looks sexy and should sell well for them.

Concept Game Boy iPhone Case

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2011

Last week at CES 2011 case makers Incipio showed off an awesome looking conceptual Game Boy iPhone case. That’s the good news. It’s adorable right? Well, the bad news is that due to copyright concerns Incipio has no plans to ever bring the Game Boy iPhone case to market.

The Incipio iPhone case is fully detailed with button color, texture, and placement that’s nearly identical to Nintendo’s original Game Boy. That’s what makes it awesome, but it is also what makes it a problem apparently. The idea was to show what the company can do. They now have our attention.

Verizon iPhone announced

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2011

As expected, the Verizon iPhone has arrived. Now millions of people can head over to Verizon from AT&T, for the CDMA (non-LTE) version of the iPhone 4 starting next month. The phone is said to have been in testing for over a year, and it will be available on February 10th for $200 (16GB).

Qualified Verizon Wireless customers will be given the opportunity to pre-order the iPhone 4 online on February 3rd. If you want a 32GB model, the price is $300. Verizon iPhone owners will also enjoy personal hotspot capability (up to 5 users connected simultaneously).

Apple may drop restocking fees on Verizon iPhone day

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2011

Apple may be planning an end to its restocking fees at retail which would help fuel the Verizon iPhone launch. The company would permanently waive the 10 percent penalty for anyone returning a device in the usual two-week grace period, starting January 11. That’s the same day as the special event.

However, 9 to 5 Mac didn’t say if it was a permanent policy or just a one time promo with the Verizon deal, but it wouldn’t be exclusive to the one device. Of course the company has not commented on this as yet. This might help get customers to try an apple product, if they were hesitant before.

MiLi HD iPhone / iPad charging dock with internal speaker, HDMI output

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 3rd, 2011

MiLi Power has something different to show off in Las Vegas this year. The MiLi HD is a pretty simple device and you have to admire it’s minimalist nature. It’s a full featured charging dock, but it also includes an internal speaker, a mini-USB connector and an HDMI output.

It will help you stream iTunes downloads from your iDevice of choice right onto your television without an Apple TV. It will be available soon for just $99.99 if it fits your needs.

How to get around the iPhone New Year alarm glitch

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 3rd, 2011

Apple’s iPhone alarm clock experienced a strange glitch with the new year and failed to wake users on New Year’s Day and January 2. This is caused by a bug that Apple still hasn’t fully explained, but the company did make a statement yesterday saying that the failure of its clock app only happens when you set a one-time alarm, and that it will somehow fix itself on January 3. However despite that, the problem still apparently exists.

So if you want to make sure that you wake up on time and don’t piss off your boss, here’s how to work around the problem until we get a proper fix.

Moto GP Helmet Sound System

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 2nd, 2011

For those of you who enjoy getting your entertainment through a helmet, check out this Moto GP Helmet Sound System. It’s a lot like this one. This one is built to look like a standard sized helmet, keeping your iPod (or iPhone) just behind the visor.

Your music will play through a pair of 7 watt speakers on the top and a 15 watt sub resides in the bottom. Other features include a USB port and SD card slot for playing music from another source. How much would you pay to use your device from within a helmet? This one will cost you $240.

iLive launches rotating app enhanced iPhone and iPad docks

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2010

iLive has given us a sneak peek at their new line of iPhone and iPad docks that they are launching at CES 2011 next week and they look pretty decent. Maybe even sexy. Along with their traditional docking stations iLive will also be showing off its new App Enhanced docks offering features like clocks, multiple alarms, calendars, nature sounds, sleep timers and weather information, all controlled from apps on your iOS device of choice.

The iLive iPad docks offer charging capabilities and can be rotated for viewing in both portrait and landscape mode. The iSD131B is a case, stand, and powered speaker all in one for $49.99. The iSD391B is a powered 2.1 speaker audio system and dock for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch and is App Enhanced for $99.99