Finally, a company marries a computer monitor with an iPhone dock that's actually useful. AOC's e2343Fi display isn't like any regular monitor; it features a 30-pin dock that outputs audio and video directly the docked iPad to the 23-inch screen. Why didn't Apple think of this?
At long last, the temptation to develop games for a rival mobile platform was too much for Microsoft. Kinectimals is Microsoft's first game for Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch family. Sound the alarms, Windows Phone 7 might be having a heart attack!
Even though I live in New York City, I've yet to find time to head over to the so-called "world's largest Apple Store" located in the busy Grand Central Terminal hub. Now, I don't have to ever make the trip because I can skip the crowds and take a virtual tour of the store using an iPhone and its built-in gyroscope!
The speaker in an iPhone is pretty puny, so people have come up with all sorts of ways to boost its output. Few however will dominate your room quite as effectively as this giant acoustic speaker horn.
The iPhone has replaced a lot of single use electronic gadgets, but if you want to make a decent audio recording, the phone's little mono microphone won't exactly rival a decent separate recorder. This snap-on microphone fixes that problem.
The latest iPhone 4S has already been widely acknowledged as possibly the only camera you'll ever need, unless you're a DSLR fanatic. Now there's a super lens kit designed to help you get the most out of your digital point and shoot.
Uh oh, trouble in Apple paradise! Remember how the latest iOS 5.0.1 update was pushed out and was supposed to fix battery issues, but didn't? Turns out there's more problems plaguing iPhone 4S's across the globe — signal problems. Here we go again.
The latest iPhone and iPad flurries continue to hang on to idea that the iPhone will get a larger 4-inch screen and the iPad will get a sibling with a smaller 7-inch screen. With Tim Cook sitting on the throne, anything is possible.
The enhanced video recording abilities of the iPhone has inspired a new breed of videographer, but what happens if you want to step in front of the camera but don't have a friend handy to man the tripod? Now there's an automated solution that will let you become a truly one-man-show.
Want to use your iPhone for presentations, but don't want to worry about figuring out how to hook it up to whatever screen is available when it's go time? The Pocket Projector iPhone Case will let you display whatever's on your phone on any available flat surface.