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White iPod Touch coming?

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on July 24th, 2011

9to5 mac received some photos of a purported white iPod touch front panel. While they cannot confirm the legitimacy of the photos, they fall in line with the fourth generation iPod touch’s build. So these could be photos of a scrapped white iPod touch 4 in white or photos of the fifth-generation iPod touch’s front panel in white.

There have been reports that the iPod touch will come in white. We will just have to wait and see, but we are hoping that this news is accurate.

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.

Best Buy offers free GPS with iPod touch, free smartphones

Posted in Best Buy by Conner Flynn on November 28th, 2010

Best Buy today has kicked off a post-Thanksgiving sale with a heavy emphasis on iPods. If you buy an 8GB fourth-generation iPod touch, you get a free GPS unit from the store’s in-house Insignia brand. Other iPods are also on sale, ranging from $5 for a fourth-generation iPod shuffle to $10 off new iPod nanos and $15 off the iPod classic.

It’s a good day to buy an iPod it seems. Zune too. If you want a Zune HD, you can also get a deal, as those who buy the 16GB or 32GB models can get a Zune HD AV Dock for free.

Sprint ZTE Peel turns your iPod Touch into a phone

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on November 10th, 2010

Ever want to turn your iPod Touch into a Pseudo iPhone? Sprint has the answer. And it’s expensive. The ZTE Peel is an iPod touch case with a built-in 3G hotspot. It costs $80, but only supports two devices at a time, and 1GB of data costs $30 per month.

For comparison, Sprint’s OverDrive with 4G service costs $50, and for $60 a month you get 5GB of data over 3G and unlimited 4G data. The other problem is that this also makes your skinny iPod touch fatter.

Yubz Rotating Speaker Dock for iPhone or iPod Touch

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 7th, 2010

Yubz latest is a Rotating Speaker for your iPhone or iPod Touch. You just dock your device in this speaker and you can watch or listen to your iPhone/iPod vertically or horizontally since the speaker station will turn the device 90°.

It will recharge the device as you are enjoying both music and videos. It features multi-dimensional acoustic performance from YUBZ’s advanced Sound Space 2.0 technology. It’s a tad expensive at $149.99, but hey, it rotates. Yours probably doesn’t do that.

Turn your iPod touch into an iPhone 4

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on October 18th, 2010

We can’t all afford iPhones, but even so you probably already own the latest generation iPod touch. Well, you can now turn that Touch into an iPhone 4 thanks to a selection of applications.

You’ll need the fourth generation iPod touch, a VoIP app like Skype and Line2. Of course you’ll also need an always-on Wi-Fi connection. After all of that you can proceed. Just be aware that you will have a shorter battery life.

NOOSY HDMI adapter for iPad, iPhone 4 and iPod touch

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on October 18th, 2010

NOOSY China is an unauthorized third-party Apple accessory manufacturer who has come up with a HDMI adapter for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch (4G). It will allow you to output the display of your device to your larger HD display.

However it isn’t clear if the adapter will support audio over HDMI or not. We also aren’t sure if it supports DRM protected content over HDMI, but the site shows images of Star Trek on the iPad and on a connected TV so there ya go.

Magic Case turns your iPod Touch into an iPhone

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on October 11th, 2010

This “magic” case will add phone and texting capabilities to the iPod Touch. At least that’s what it claims to do. We can’t say that we believe in magic around here, but we’ll give them the benefit of the doubt. For $129.99, this case will transform any jailbroken 1st gen, 2nd gen, or 3rd gen iPod Touch into a phone that can make voice calls and send text messages.

Sounds pretty amazing. And you wouldn’t be locked to a carrier if you got one of these. But the product page doesn’t mention any 3G support. Who will buy one of these and let us know if it works?

Netflix adds video out support to iPhone 4, fourth gen iPod touch

Posted in Netflix by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2010

Netflix had already added video out support to its iPad app a few months back, and it’s now it is adding the same functionality to your iPhone and iPod touch as well.

That doesn’t include all iPhone and iPod touch users, however. The app will only support video out on the iPhone 4 and fourth generation iPod touch. If you’re cool with that, and we know you are, you can get the updated app for free right now.

Savant home automation remote uses built-in iPod touch

Posted in Remotes by Conner Flynn on September 22nd, 2010

Savant has introduced a unique touchscreen remote control. It’s called the Savant Touch Remote and it uses the latest iPod touch as the interface. It uses iOS 4.2 with a custom Savant app on top. Users can control their multi-room A/V systems and still download apps, use FaceTime for calling and perform other typical iPod functions just like normal.

The remote also includes 18 backlit hardware buttons for adjusting volume, menu navigation and more. Savant bundles it with a dock that charges the remote, and your color choices include black or white. There is RF connectivity in addition to Wi-Fi.

The Woogie turns your iPhone 4 and iPod Touch into a Plush Doll

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

This creepy looking doll is born out of a partnership between Griffin and ScrollMotion, makers of the Iceberg Reader, and a leading developer of original apps for the iPhone. The result of the partnership, called Griffin + Iceberg Kids, is Woogie.

Woogie is a hybrid of a stuffed animal with six legs and a protective case for the iPhone and iPod touch. Woogie is designed to go wherever your kids are, home, the car, or anywhere else your kid needs to be entertained.

4th-gen iPod touch teardown reveals stealth antenna

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2010

The folks at iFixit continued their investigation of the latest round of iPods with a teardown of the fourth-generation iPod touch. They went deeper than the FCC teardown, and confirmed that the Wi-Fi antenna has been moved to the front, eliminating the need for the black plastic window on that earlier models had. It also shows that Apple is using Toshiba flash memory for the main storage on the iPod; other Apple devices usually use Samsung.

The A4 processor model number is the same one as in the iPad and confirms that it’s using 256MB of RAM. The iPhone 4 has a different label to indicate that it has 512MB. The headphone jack is removable for the first time, and there’s a gap around the battery that simplifies removal.

iPod touch gets retina display, FaceTime, HD video recording

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2010

With all of the news at today’s event, you didn’t think that the iPod Touch would get away unscathed did you? The new iPod touch now includes the Retina Display from the iPhone 4, an Apple A4 core, 3-axis gyroscope, Game Center, and FaceTime support thanks to the addition of a front cam.

Pretty sweet huh? It also has a rear cam that is capable of HD video. $229 gets you the 8GB version, $299 for the 32GB, and $399 for 64GB.

Next-gen iPod touch, nano, shuffle cases surface

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2010

You know the drill. An Apple event is imminent and lo and behold some cases turn up online. Yep, we’ve been here before. These come from Chinese case retailer X-Doria. There’s a case for what appears to be a 4th-gen iPod touch with a camera, and one that’s described as a case for a “nano 6G,” which could be for a new iPod shuffle with touchscreen.

The iPod touch case looks like it has a curved back similar to the current model, while the nano / shuffle case looks like it will hold that 1.7-inch Apple touchscreen that was rumored last month.

Stream Netflix Movies and TV Shows on iPhone and iPod Touch

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2010

We knew it was coming and at last it is here. Netflix’s iPhone and iPod Touch apps are now available on the App Store. Android users still need to wait since there is still no sign of an app for Android.

So feel free to check out all of those movies that will look awesome on your small screen. Of course you could always watch it on your iPad too.