Since the Apple Watch was announced during Apples Spring Forward event, many have hoped they would be allowed to mix and match cases and bands. But according to a report from imore.com, Apple will not allow for mixing-and-matching of cases and bands on pre-orders.
Unbox Therapy has posted a new video showing a supposed iPhone 6 case that suggests the device could be as thin as the iPod touch.
“In this video I compare this 3rd party “iPhone 6″ case with the current generation iPod Touch. If this case turns out to be accurate, we’ll be seeing a very thin iPhone 6.”
Nowhereelse.fr has poster new leaked photos of an alleged iPhone 6 case that show a repositioned power button. The case features rounded edges, a cutout for the power button along the upper right hand side, capsule shaped rectangular volume buttons similar to the iPhone 5c as opposed to the circular volume buttons available on the iPhone 5s. The case seems to fit a larger iPhone 6.
A model of the iPhone 6 has reportedly leaked from Elam, a Chinese case manufacturer. Nowhereelse.fr published a photo of the model which can be seen below.
Amazingly the G-Form Extreme Sleeve protects an iPad as it gets run over by both the front and back wheels of a car.
If you need a case to carry your iPad during your daily activity I totally recommend this one.
MobileSyrup performed the daring test as part of its review. You can watch the video below..
Back when Apple initially said it’d offer free iPhone 4 cases to assuage reception concerns, there was a September 30th deadline given for the program. After which, according to Steve and company during thepost-press conference Q&A, Apple would “evaluate” the prolonged need for such an offer. Well, looks like the decision has been made. In a statement on its website, Apple has confirmed the free case program will be discontinued for all iPhone 4s sold after September 30th, and the return policy for the smartphone will return to normal, pre-antennagate rules. Evidently, said the statement, “we now know the iPhone 4 antenna attenuation issue is even smaller than we originally thought.” It had to end sometime, folks.
We’re but a few days away from Apple’s music-related “special event,” and naturally the bloody rumors are being tossed into the water, frothing up into quite a feeding frenzy. Last week came talk of new iPod touch and nano models, and now we have even more cases and accessories that seem to back up the belief that there’s a fourth-generation touch and a sixth-generation nano coming. The nano is rumored to have a 3 x 3cm touchscreen (presumably this one) and room on the bottom for a proper dock connector, ensuring compatibility with the millions of iPod cradles and whatnot out there. The new cases we’re seeing certainly back up that idea, with a dock-sized cut-out along with room for what’s said to be a headphone jack, volume controls, a hold button, and a clip ’round the back. At the moment we know rather less about the new touch, but we can hazard a guess as to what it’ll look like.
If you’re gonna proverbially bear hug your iPod touch into a working cellular device, might as well get it in the trendiest color available, right? The Apple Peel 520 has now been shown off in white, a more stylish option for those wanting a case, extended battery, and freedom from the shackles of limited SIM options (at the expense of some functionality and ease of use, naturally). Still in production with no release date, but hey, if you’re the sort who likes to live on the outer fringes of consumer electronics, keep this import in mind. No promises it’ll work with whatever Apple has up its sleeve next, though.
The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) gets underway in less than three weeks from now. Apple has traditionally used the WWDC platform to unveil its next generation iPhone.
There have been speculations in the past few weeks that the fourth generation iPhone (iPhone 4G) may not only be unveiled but also may go on sale during the event.
Visa has partnered with a company called DeviceFidelity to launch a new iPhone accessory that will enable users to make payments from their iPhone in much the same way as they do with their credit cards.
The new system, named In2Pay, will work at the several thousand retailers across US who allow the RFID-supported no-swipe payment system.
In a recently published media statement, Visa notes that the technology will work with the help of a microSD card that is equipped with a near-field communications chip. This microSD card needs to be connected to the iPhone using an In2Pay case that may be plugged to the iPhone’s dock connector. The chip will then be able to interact with Visa’s payment app on the user’s iPhone.