Best iPhone Accessories on Gearbest.com


Why the iPhone Might Be Able to Swap Music

It has been confirmed that Apple is delaying the release the next version of its operating system so that it can focus more attention to the iPhone. At a time when Vista was just released, it could definitely hurt Apple to delay their OS. What was so important that it needed to delay OS X by four months?

Music sharing.

read it here michiknows



Apple Files Remote Control Patent, iPhone May Serve New Function

Apple has filed for a patent titled “Techniques for pairing remote controllers with host devices” that mentions using a “mobile phone” to serve as a remote controller for a Mac computer.

read it here macnn



Apple delays launch of Mac OS X ‘Leopard’, blames iPhone

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP)—Apple Inc. said it won’t be shipping its next-generation operating system in June as planned, saying it had to divert resources from the project so that it could launch its highly anticipated iPhone on time.
The new shipment date for Mac OS X ‘‘Leopard’’ will be in October, the company said Thursday. The iPhone will make its debut in June as planned.

read it here technologyreview
OSX



Apple May Tout IPhone With Multi-Culti Creative

IN AN EXPECTED HEAVY-SPENDING CAMPAIGN to introduce its iPhone this summer, Apple appears to be considering multicultural creative for the multi-functional device. A would-be spot calls for individuals of diverse backgrounds to plug different aspects of the phone in their native tongues, according to a casting call.

read it here mediapost



Fighting Apple over the iPhone UI

Almost as soon as the iPhone was unveiled in January, personal technology artists began offering the sincerest form of flattery. While some might think skinning a Windows Mobile device with the iPhone UI was putting lipstick on the proverbial pig, it didn’t stop Apple from issuing threats cease and desist letters. More recently, an inspired artist named Tzywen came up with another similar interface, video of which was posted to YouTube. Not surprisingly, counsel for Apple had something to say.

read it here arstechnica



iPhone Silicone Skin Cases

iPhone Silicone Skin CasesJust arrived in the stores, new iPhone skin protection cases. Unbelievable how the iPhone ecosystem is growing with software and accessories even before the real product has launched. This is very promising, do you know of one product where this is the same case?

Anyway I’m gonna buy one, just to be able to have the feel of the iPhone, he-he,
Robin.

Check out the 7 flavours here liv3



iPhone headset on sale at Amazon

Strange for a site like Amazon, to ship already a brand new headset for the iPhone. Especially when it has a Sony Erisson logo on it?!?

check it out yourself mobileguerilla



Wondershare DVD to iPhone Converter

dvdtoiphoneWondershare DVD to iPhone Converter is a very powerful yet easy-to-use DVD to iPhone Conversion program.

It can rip DVD to iPhone MP4, M4V (MPEG-4 Video) files, iPod and Apple TV video files, turn DVD audios into iPhone MP3 and M4A (MPEG-4 audio) files, and convert DVD movies for playback on Apple iPhone, iPod and Apple TV with excellent image and sound quality.

This program has the fastest conversion speed among all the current DVD to iPhone conversion tools on the market. With this great DVD to iPhone Converter, you can easily convert DVD to iPhone, complete with the features of customizing file size, ripping any segment of a DVD, trimming and cropping video, selecting target subtitle, setting audio track and so on.

check it out dvd-ripper-copy



8 Reasons Apple iPhone Will Succeed

Joe Panettieri (The VAR Guy) submits: Will Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone live up to its hype and spark another technology revolution? The answer won’t be known until the iPhone ships in June. Still, a tech guru at Penn State University, John Jordan, has developed an intriguing list of reasons the iPhone will either be a huge hit or a massive disappointment.

read it here seekingalpha



Analyst: Teens Hot for iPod, iPhone

The popularity of the iPod and iTunes Store is on the rise among teenagers, and that will play an important role in the continued success of Apple’s music related offerings, according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. Piper Jaffray’s 13th bi-annual teen survey revealed that of 500 teenagers surveyed the iPod market share grew from 79 percent in fall 2006 to 82 percent in spring 2007.

read it here macobserver

Page 554 of 574 pages ‹ First  < 552 553 554 555 556 >  Last ›