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New iPhone might follow new iPad

03/09/2012, The new iPad was introduced just a couple of days ago, and the naming convention definitely caught a lot of people by surprise. Of course, a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet, and the same case applies here with the new iPad.

Ideal Timepiece iPhone dock now on Kickstarter

03/08/2012, If you’re looking for a bedside dock to keep your iPhone 4S, the Ideal Timepiece might be what you’re looking for. Featuring a sleek, elegant and simple design, the Ideal Timepiece features pretty much everything you need in a dock: a...

iPhone Damask Edition is one metallic phone

03/07/2012, While the whole world’s attention is now focused on the upcoming iPad 3/iPad HD, the folks over at Sun & Moon Jewelry Studio haven’t forgotten about the iPhone 4. The company has just introduced its iPhone Damask Edition – a customized...

Man gets caught trying to smuggle iPhones into China

03/06/2012, Since iPhones sell for $125 more in China than they do in Hong Kong, quite a number of smugglers have been bringing phones across the border to make a quick buck. Well, one smuggler that had the same idea wasn’t so lucky when he was caught by...

Counterfeit iPhone sends Chinese man into a murderous rage

03/04/2012, I am not quite sure how crazy the world has become these days, but one thing is for sure – we are getting more and more violent over petty issues. Take for instance, the murders brought about by a “de-friending” in Facebook, and now we...

iPhone app locates stores with hottest hunks

03/01/2012, Here is one for the Forever Alone ladies – this iPhone app is said to make use of your iPhone’s built-in GPS chip in order to zoom in on stores that have the sexiest, drool-worthy guys around. Rolled out by Datacraft earlier last month, it is...

BiKN smart case for your iPhone

02/29/2012, “Made for iPhone” – now that is certainly a slice of certification that iPhone accessories manufacturers want to see plastered on their wares, as it lends another layer of credibility (and approval from Apple). BiKN’s (pronounced...

Race your iPhone with Makego

02/28/2012, The iPhone is one versatile tool – not only do you get to perform all the usual smartphone functions with it such as receive and make phone calls and text messages, check and post social network status updates, help you find your way around...

iPhone mockup based on teardrop shaped rumors from last year

02/24/2012, Before the iPhone 4S was announced, there were plenty of rumors surrounding it, and for some odd reason one particular rumor managed to gain some traction, which was that the next-generation (iPhone 4S) handset would feature a teardrop shaped design. As...

iPhone-branded stoves seized in China

02/24/2012, We all know that China has a reputation when it comes to imitation products or using the name and logo of a more popular product when it comes to naming its own products. Well it looks like the theft of the iPhone brand has been taking to new heights (or...

iOS 86 retro theme now on Cydia

02/23/2012, Do you recall that uber cool iOS 86 retro theme that was spotted a day before Valentine’s on our website? Well, that particular iOS theme transformed your iPhone’s user interface into what Apple might have done if black and white touchscreen...

SmartGuard iPhone case comes with pepper spray to defend yourself

02/22/2012, Our smartphones can do amazing things, such as send emails, schedule appointments, search for restaurants, make video calls and whatnot, but here’s an angle that we’ve never really considered before: our smartphones can also double up as a...

Paperclips can unlock your iPhone

02/22/2012, The humble paperclip is often overlooked as an important tool – in the right hands, it might be able to open up locked drawers and cabinets, and who can forget the classic “CD-ROM will not open” syndrome? This is where you carefully...

Antennagate comes to a close: Apple to pay $14 or an iPhone bumper

02/20/2012, Remember the iPhone 4 which wowed the world when it was first released, only to have users realize that when they hold it in their hands, the signal strength might actually plummet to just zero? That sparked off what many dubbed “Antennagate“,...