One of the new apps that Apple released with the new iOS 5 software is Find My Friends, which lets you pinpoint the location of your friends who also use the service. And it just claimed the life of its first marriage.
This here is a $300 belt buckle that doubles as an iPhone case, because of course it is.
If you're downloading the just-released iOS 5 for your iPhone, Apple has a new goodie for you to play with: the new AirPort Utility App.
Repurposing the iPhone for yet another use is becoming commonplace, but the ingenious variety of applications continue to astound as in the case of the Floating Orchestra.
So you're looking for a very unique iPhone dock, not just another plastic number that you can order from Amazon. Well, why not turn a whole tree into an iPhone dock?
While the world anxiously awaits for Apple to pull the cloak off the iPhone 4S/5, the thing most people seem to be neglecting is its software. The 9to5Mac Apple blog claims the next iPhone's killer feature won't just be a hardware refresh, it'll include robust voice control, too.
Why are all other phone makers scared of Apple? Because of stats like this: 89% of iPhone owners are planning to stick with Apple when they buy their next phone. The next best? HTC, with a paltry 39%.
It looks like Apple is set to release the final version of iOS 5 to its overseas assemblers during the week of September 23rd, prepping it for a mid-October release alongside the iPhone 5.
Just in case you needed a government agency to confirm something completely obvious for you: no, an iPhone app that claims to cure acne will do no such thing.
This backing for an iPhone features the temperature-sensing material that used to be called "mood detecting," but even if it doesn't spell out if you're happy or sad, it's still pretty neat looking.