Now, if the Apple employee had the Bringrr, he wouldn’t have left the iPhone 4 prototype at the bar at gotten into a whole lot of trouble. Why so, you ask? Bringrr is a Bluetooth accessory that will emit some sound and flash in red if it fails to detect the handset it is paired with whenever you start your vehicle. Is $35 worth spending if you suffer from poor memory or have episodes of memory lapses? Just make sure your vehicle’s lighter outlet or car power port is working, and that your handset is modern enough to boast Bluetooth connectivity. Expect to see this puppy hit the US market sometime in the middle of July.
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