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iPhone 8mm Vintage Camera App ages your movies

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

When making videos with modern gadgets, you just can’t get the same results compared to the old stuff. There’s no atmosphere. Well, a new iPhone application called 8mm Vintage Camera has been published to the iTunes App Store that allows you to record your movies in vintage 8mm film style.

Who needs an actual 8mm camera anymore? With the 8mm Vintage Camera options you can mix and match films and lenses, allowing you to recreate the atmosphere of those days gone by with 25 retro looks. Pretty awesome.

iPhone production up to 21M in Q1

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2010

The CDMA iPhone rumors just won’t go away and now there are reports that Apple is optimistic for a great 2011. The company is apparently planning to ship five to six million CDMA iPhones between January and March, and has increased the production of regular iPhones from thirteen million to fifteen million, bringing the total number of possible shipments to twenty-one million.

Rumor is that the CDMA version won’t be exclusive to Verizon since it could be shipping to the US and also Asia Pacific, with carriers like China Telecom, KDDI Au, and SK Telecom all possible destinations. Foxconn is said to be producing both editions of the iphone, and Pegatron will be helping on the CDMA side.

Hand-Crafted Wooden iPhone Skins from Trunket

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2010

Trunket has announced a new line of hand-crafted wooden iPhone skins created from American Rosewood that is then treated with various washes and finishes. These will give your iPhone 4 a more natural feel, instead of cold plastic.

Just make sure your iPhone 4′s surface is clean and apply the skin. It’s that easy. Right now, the new skins are only designed to fit the iPhone 4, but they can be removed and reapplied if you need to do that, Just be aware that the skins stickiness will become less and less overtime the more you remove and reapply.

GadgetTrak lets you track your iPad or iPhone’s location

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 24th, 2010

The GadgetTrak iOS application has been updated and released in to the iTunes Store. This app will let you track the location of your iOS devices in the event that they get lost or stolen. GadgetTrak senses when your iPhone or iPad has changed its location and the GadgetTrak server keeps track of where your phone has been.

Tracking data is transmitted over a secure SSL connection and you can also use GadgetTrak to protect your Mac and Windows laptops. Just go to Trak.me from your device or use the in-app button to setup the tracking.

Griffin PowerDock Dual iPad And iPhone Dock

Posted in Griffin by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2010

If you own both an iPad and iPhone the here’s a new accessory for you. The new Griffin PowerDock Dual iPad And iPhone dock will help keep them both fully charged and ready. The Griffin PowerDock Dual lets you dock both devices at the same time, allowing you to use them while docked.

The dock will even allow the speakers on your iPad to play media while docked. You can get it directly from Griffin for $59.99.

NoseDial lets you dial your iPhone with your Nose

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 22nd, 2010

Here in the cold weather states this is the time of year for warm gloves. Unfortunately gloves and your iPhone don’t mix, unless they are special gloves. You could use a stylus for your touch device, but that isn’t always the best solution either.

So what can you do? Well, if you don’t mind looking like an idiot, here’s your app. A new app called NoseDial lets you dial with your nose. We couldn’t make this stuff up if we tried.

World’s biggest iPhone is made of 56 iPads stacked together

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 20th, 2010

The world’s biggest iPhone is actually a collection of iPads all put together. And it’s pretty impressive. This giant iDevice was built up within London’s St. Pancras International Train Station to celebrate the launch of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.

The stacks of iPads were all put together, then framed with the black top and bottom of the iPhone, to make it look like a giant iPhone. In all, there are 56 of the tablets installed, and they are all running the same looped video over and over again, which shows the mobile version of the latest Lara Croft game. The iPad version is priced at $9.99, while the iPhone and iPod Touch versions are $6.99.

Official PlayStation App for iPhone and Android devices coming soon

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on December 19th, 2010

Sony has announced the imminent release of its first official PlayStation app for the iOS and Android platforms. And no, this is not the mobile gaming platform Sony is reportedly working on. Some features of the PlayStation app include: Checking out your PlayStation Network trophies and keeping up to date with your friends’ games and online status. Discovering the latest games, news and hardware for your PlayStation 3, PSP and PlayStation 2. Announcements on the European PlayStation.Blog. And sharing your favorite products or news on Facebook, Twitter or through e-mail.

Sony says that the free PlayStation app will launch “very soon” for the iPhone, iPod touch and Android devices running version 1.6 or later. The app will first be available in the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands, with other markets to follow.

Official Polaroid app for iOS

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2010

Polaroid is making a comeback, but as it turns out, an iOS app has arrived before an actual camera. Polaroid has partnered with Lol Software to release the official Polaroid app for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app offers users 30 different official filters and colored borders to create the Polaroid effect.

You also have the option of uploading pictures directly to Facebook. The app supports iOS 4.2, its wireless AirPrint capability and also allows full resolution images to be stored in the photo library or shared via email.

iPhone and iPad games pocket directory

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

Having trouble finding the perfect game for your iPhone or iPad? Rest easy iGamer. Steel Media has just launched the Pocket Gamer Directory to help you find games for the iPhone and iPad. It lists an impressive number of games across genres.

It was launched with Pocket Gamer’s magazine titled Top 50 Classic iPhone Games and has now made its way to the ‘Entertainment’ and ‘New’ sections of the App Store. Great for Christmas as a 99 cent gift to yourself this year.

iGrill pairs meat with the iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

The iGrill is a Bluetooth-enabled meat thermometer that allows you to multitask between preparing the perfect dinner and mingling with your guests, while ensuring your food is cooked to the perfect temperature. The iGrill communicates with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch via a secure, long-range Bluetooth connection, displays the temperature and transmits it to your iOS device for remote monitoring.

Cooking meat with your phone? It doesn’t get much better than this my grill loving friends. Meat+Technology always equals a win.

The iPhone’s graphics are about to get even better

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

We know that the iPhone can be used as a gaming platform and the graphics can be pretty decent. Well, they are about to get even better. Imagination Technologies has acquired Caustic Graphics. Imagination Technologies makes the iPhone’s GPU and Caustic is well known for 3D graphics, so it’s a great combo.

This deal could open up the possibility for very realistic imagery to reach new real-time apps and markets. We can’t wait to see what comes from this new union. It should be very interesting.

Surc case converts your iPhone into a universal learning remote

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

Mashed Pixel has embedded an Infrared emitter into a case. So when you wrap the Surc around your iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4, and download the (free) accompanying app, you can start programming. Then you can set up your home entertainment setup without any external accessories.

The only downside is that the iPad is not supported, and when you upgrade to the next iPhone, your IR case becomes obsolete. If you don’t mind that, you can get your pre-order in now for $69.95. Initial shipments are expected in Q1 2011.

ICONICSTAND iPhone Stand

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2010

Most iPhone stands are functional, but not very unique. This is one of the most unique designs we’ve seen yet. It was designed by Young-Gun Cho and the ICONICSTAND is constructed using sustainable practices.

This stand is cut from Birch and can even be personalized with the logo or icon of your choice from Twitter or Facebook. The stand lets you rotate your iPhone to view it in either portrait or landscape and the plywood feel of the stand is a very different experience compared to plastic or metal stands.

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.