Check out this awesome Kickstarter project that easily turns an iPhone into a portable scanner. It holds your iPhone at just the right height so that it will take clean, crisp pictures of the page under it.
A clearer image of what Apple's sixth-generation iPhone will look like is coming together. Based on supplier part leaks, it's believed that the next iPhone could have a metal plated back with a redesigned case, as well as some new changes we've already tossed around before.
As Facebook gets larger, the amount of spin-off apps grow, too. Released today, Facebook Camera is the social network's third iPhone app. Facebook Camera borrows heavily from Instagram, despite the fact that it was created before the now infamous $1 billion acquisition. So, how does it stack up?
Well, looky here: Apple, the company that's been so adamant about the stylus being a symbol of why past tablets have failed just received two patents for a pair of styli that work in conjunction with the iPhone and iPad. Take a deep breath, and click in for the full explanation.
Okay, so maybe that's a bit of a stretch, but the iPhone powered gTar will let you fake your way through some tunes flawlessly even if you really can't play.
There isn't a week that goes by these days that you don't hear about the 4-inch iPhone. It's looking very likely that Apple's next iPhone will come with a new elongated screen along with an even higher resolution than the iPhone 4S's Retina display.
Some of us have two or three different iPhone and iPod Touch devices laying around that we use in addition to our primary device. But that set-up begins to take over too much desk space. The Wallee M is a solution designed to remedy this issue.
Next time you're trying to get the truth of someone, shoot him a text message. A new study shows that people are more truthful via text message than in regular conversation. For those keeping score, texting is good for truth-telling, bad for driving.
Dropping your phone into a toilet or sink is a guaranteed killer, unless you have it stashed in some kind of waterproof case. Now there's one that won't ruin your phone's sleek profile.
I don't think I'll find much resistance for saying that Google Maps offers the best map interface for any device you happen to be using. Well, if that device is an iPhone, with the next release of iOS you may found yourself using a map app by Apple, not Google. Can Apple offer something better?