Talk About An iPhone 4 Lens Upgrade

Talk about a monstrous upgrade in comparison to the iPhone lens. This “iPhone DSLR prototype” is a 1.1lb, solid piece of anodized billet aluminum that sports a full-size Canon EF lens, and is compatible with the iPhone 3G, 3GS or 4. Is this a real DSLR? Of course not! As many angry camera snobs have … Continue reading

Scosche’s flipSYNC USB Keeps Tabs on Your Portable iProducts

Keep your iPod or iPhone in check with Scoche’s flipSYNC USB keychain. The portable device works best for light traveling and sits comfortably on any keychain. The flipSYNC sports two models, one for iPhones/iPods and another supporting mini and micro USB ports. Fitting for any iPhone 4 owners, scoop one up for $19.99 over at … Continue reading

Mount Cherished iPods/iPhones on iHeart

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and all those who’ve made their iPod or iPhone their life, can now return the favor by purchasing the Jewelry Box Speaker. Japanese manufacturer Marubeni Infotec creates a dock for all 4th generation iPods, Minis, Nanos, Touches and iPhone 3G/3GS phones. The Jewelry Box Speaker will be available next … Continue reading

ZOMM Wireless Leash

Those who are utterly clumsy with their cell phone should find closure with the ZOMM wireless leash. This little crafty contraption acts as a wireless speakerphone for incoming calls, plus it come equipped with a panic button and one-touch emergency dialing. Left happy hour blasted with your phone at the bar, for $79 you’ll never … Continue reading

RedEye Perfect iPhone Accessory

Available today, ThinkFlood’s RedEye allows users to universally control their iPhone or iPod touch via Wi-Fi. It sends out infrared signals to control your AV gear, and groups multiple devices into single macro “actions”; creating unique setup options for different locations around the house. The RedEye is on sale for at a recession proof pricing … Continue reading

QWERTY for the iPhone?

Not really. The only complaint users seem to have with the iPhone is the touch screen typing. That’s where iTwinge comes in. It’s an external add-on that will give the iPhone that qwerty feel. Practical? Maybe. At a price tag of $30, it might be worth a try.

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