China's reputation for selling knock-offs products with illegal branding is well known. But the latest infraction from the region involves iPhone branding on the most unlikely product you could ever imagine.
So let's say it's Black Friday and you're calling up a friend to join you at the store for some awesome savings, when all of a sudden you see a stampede of rabid shoppers headed your way. Well have we got an iPhone case for you.
Be on the lookout for the latest speed demon on the block — Hot Wheel's iNitro Speeders. These Hot Wheels are controlled via an app for your iPhone. The mini cars are remote controlled via an infrared signal from your iPhone, which gives you five different options for controlling the cars.
Look, I know Siri is the coolest gal around town right now, but she's an iPhone 4S exclusive. She'll never officially be ported over to the iPhone 4 or older iPhones. The real reason Apple's not giving us iPhone 4 owners any of Siri's love is actually kind of simple.
There's been a lot of talk about driving drunk on here, and now there's a new way to avoid it! Since, it seems people are more apt to listen to an app than they are to another person, it's probably a good thing that there's now an iPhone app that tells you if you're too drunk to drive.
We all know that time is money, and now you can turn that metaphor into a your own literal, sci-fi-powered reminder when storing cash.
If you're one of those readers who thinks that we tend to jabber on too much about the iPhone here at Dvice, here's a mind-numbing statistic to chew on. Just released global sales figures for the last quarter show that during that period, Apple sold more new iPhones that the total number of babies born worldwide.
The Jawbone Up had ample time to establish its fitness calculating credibility and cool points, but now Nike has joined the race and, in typical fashion, their version of the wrist band activity monitor is just cooler than the rest.
No one wants a scratched iPhone, so where better to look for a solution to scratches and dings than the auto industry? Nissan has developed a smartphone case prototype called "Scratch Shield" using a mix of a high grade plastic and a paint with a chemical make up that reacts to changes and "heals" scratches.
At CES, we spotted Liquipel's nano technology that completely coats iPhones with a waterproof layer. Looks like HzO, a competitor that does the exact same thing managed to pique Apple's interest at the show.