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Aigo aiPower i616 Battery Case with built-in USB cable

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

The Aigo aiPower i616 iPhone battery case claims to double the battery life of your iPhone. It features a 1,500mAh battery, as well as a USB ribbon cable built-in, allowing you to easily charge your phone from USB ports without having to worry about losing a separate cable.

That should come in handy. If you need a longer cable you can connect a standard microUSB cable into the port on the left side of the battery. It will cost you $80, but hey, you are doubling the battery life. Is it worth it? You decide.

Jenga for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad now available

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 12th, 2010

Natural Motion has launched Jenga for the iPhone and the iPad. The game even features input from the designer of the original game, Leslie Scott. The game uses real-time 3D physics simulation to recreate the behavior of an actual wooden Jenga tower. Each block is affected by the surrounding blocks requiring the gamer to apply the same strategies that they would in the real world game.

There’s also a social dimension allowing users to compare their tower height with friends from around the world, or you can play the Pass’n’Play mode which allows up to four players to take turns playing on the same iPhone.

Cool iPig Motion-Sensing iPhone, iPod Speaker Dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

Speakal’s Cool iPig is a docking station for your iPhone and iPod Touch with motion sensors around the ears, sides, and nose that allows users to control their music playback. It comes with a remote control as well if you want to use that.

You know, because some people might not want to wave and gesture at their pig to play or pause music. It has built-in 23 W total sound power with a 15 W subwoofer and the battery is good for 8 hours of playback. It will cost you $150 through the end of the year and the normal MSRP is $170.

TimeCommand Dock for iPhone/iPod/iPad also controls a lamp

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

You can choose from a million alarm clock docks, most with the same basic features. Or you can choose one that is more original, like the TimeCommand. This dock will dock and charge your iPod, iPhone, or iPad and has an adjustable connector that will work if you have your gadget in a case or not in a case. A free app can also be downloaded to let you set multiple alarms.

The neatest feature is that you can plug in your bedside lamp and the TimeCommand will wake you to your alarm as well as light from the lamp. With the app it can be dimmed and a timer can cut the lamp off when you go to bed.

Pantone iPhone and iPad cases

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2010

The design community loves Apple products. They also love the Pantone Matching System. So it’s about time these two got together, don’t you think? Case Scenario thinks so, that’s why they have released this new line of licensed cases.

They’re Pantone approved and nine different versions are available for the iPhone and four for the iPad, giving you plenty of options. No word on pricing or availability yet though.

iPhone made from Dinosaur tooth and Space debris

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2010

Stuart Hughes is known for their gold, platinum, diamond, and crystal encrusted gadgets. But how do you up the ante on those precious gems? You use a material that dates back to 65 million years. This one was conceived by his wife, Katherine Hughes.

It’s the iPhone 4 History Edition, the world’s first Dinosaur mobile phone. It uses a tooth of a 65 million year old T-REX and meteor stone together to dress up the rear of the iPhone. The rim is caked with 8.5ct ‘IF’ flawless diamonds and a diamond studded Apple logo set in platinum on the tooth and stone rear.

GoSmart Clip mounts your iPhone to your steering wheel

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 5th, 2010

Even though it isn’t a good idea to use your smartphone while driving, we sure come up with many ways to do just that. The key is to make it convenient and safe and practical to do so. The GoSmart clip holds your iPhone without compromising the touch screen, while an elastic watch strap allows you to secure it on the steering wheel, freeing your hands for safe driving.

It’s also compatible with all current generation PDAs or iPhones. The GoSmart clip sells for $39.95 at Amazon and appears to be well worth it if it makes you safer.

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).

iFan keeps your iPhone juiced using wind

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on December 3rd, 2010

We’ve seen our share of chargers for the iPhone, but the iFan is…different. It features a huge fan on top. The creator of this mod claims that it took him six hours to charge the phone, which probably is a little longer than most of us are willing to wait.

Still, if you are desperate for a charge and have lots of wind, it could come in handy. The designer thinks he can even reduce a few charging hours by redesigning the fan blades. Holding it out of a car window might help to.

Rock Band Reloaded released for iPhone, iPad

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2010

EA has just released the update to its Rockband for the iOS called Rock Band Reloaded. It’s available for the iPhone for $4.99 and iPad for $9.99. There’s a bunch of new songs and a number of new features for both including vocal recognition.

Now you can tap the tune notes for the vocals or you can use your voice and sing the melodies. There’s also a Tour Mode where you can earn achievements and awards, and you can play with friends via Bluetooth or WiFi locally.

iFlash external flash for your iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2010

The iPhone’s camera is not the best, but people still enjoy taking pictures and manage to take some pretty good ones with it. Sometimes you want more light though and that’s where the iFlash External Flash for the iPhone comes in handy.

It will cost you just $39.95 and can be attached to the iPhone 4/3GS/3G. Just connect it to the bottom of your iPhone and you’re ready to take more pics. It’s available in black or white colors to match either iPhone.

Survey says Android is for Men, iPhone for Women

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2010

A recent survey published by Nielsen shows that Android, BlackBerry, and iPhone are among the most popular phones in the U.S., with iPhone and BlackBerry leading with a 27 percent market share each and Android not too far behind with 23 percent and Windows Mobile capturing 14 percent.

The interesting aspect about the survey is that males prefer Android over the iPhone and its iOS operating system (33 percent for Android versus 29 percent for iOS) and that women were more interested in iOS (31 percent to 23 percent). Overall, the iPhone appears to be leading with 35% of those who are looking into purchasing a new phone, while 28% are choosing Android.

Phonofone III Acoustic Amplifier for iPhone

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

The Phonofone III offers acoustic amplification for your iPhone. It comes from Science and Sons, who are offering the first batch for about $200. All you do is put your iPhone in the dock and the ceramic horn will amplify the audio from your iPhone’s speaker to four times the original level.

The first batch is limited to just fifty units only so if you like retro looking speakers and you want one, you had better hurry.

Verizon pastes iPhone map screen on Droid X ad

Posted in Verizon by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2010

It’s a little embarrassing to be Verizon today after they have inadvertently embarrassed Motorola themselves through a holiday promo. An ad to promote the Droid X’s voice-guided Google Maps is using a digitally inserted screen cap of the Maps app from the iPhone instead, which not only runs on a rival platform to Android but was written by Apple itself. Oops.

It might not be such a big deal, but this puts Apple on a device that Motorola has repeatedly used in successful anti-iPhone ads. Accidents do happen, but this one should have been caught.

MicroVision SHOWWX+ laser projector for iPhone & iPad

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

MicroVision’s latest offering is an all new pico laser projector called the MicroVision SHOWWX+ that’s designed just for Apple gear. iPhone and iPad users will now be able to view their screens in a 100-inch frame with 15 lumens of video at a 5,000:1 contrast ratio.

The projector can run for up to 2 hours on a full battery, which is a bit disappointing. You won’t be watching long movies I guess. It comes with a connector for Apple devices and a price tag of $450.