Though you probably won't want to admit it, you're probably pretty attached to your iPhone. Really, who doesn't panic when you suddenly realize you lost it or forgot it at home? Yes, we're all culprit.
Apple introduced a level of design and sophistication to our tech products that made us feel not only attached to them but excited that we were owners of something "different." As art and design makes its way into the tech…
The iPhone's camera has been getting better and better with each new generation. However, due to some shortcomings, such as a small lens, they haven't been able to completely overtake the small personal camera market. With DeRosa's Italian designer Antonio DeRosa revolutionary iPhone case concept, that could soon change.
And by bigger, I mean literally. I thought this was just a joke before, that instead of the iPhone getting smaller, it seems to be having some kind of retrograde trend of going bigger. Today, I suddenly encountered this table that seems to be the missing link in the evolution… Continue
As a growing and exciting art movement, iPhoneography is fast becoming a way for anyone with an iPhone to express their creative side. It's now easy to take photos and then tweak, enhance or transform them into works of art just by using a careful selection of apps.
It's hard to believe that the iPhone was only first introduced to us back in January 2007. In the… Continue
Now this is a way to get some attention! AXA, a Belgium insurance company, is launching their free iPhone app with the first ever i-Ad. An i-what? It's basically an innovative print ad that requires the use of your iPhone to complete the story.
If you're one of those people who wants to get more out of your museum experience, you'll appreciate this new app by MoMA. Not only will you be able to quickly plan your trip, you'll be able to dive deeper into MoMA's art by reading a synopsis or listening to one of their audio tours. They've even divided up their art by section so if you're interested in, let's say Photography, you can quickly see what's at MoMA before you make your way over to see the actual… Continue
The mysterious little people are at it again! This time they've hijacked our iPhones to create everything from movie screens to putting greens.
Actually, the creative mastermind behind these photos is JD Hancock, a self-proclaimed "web slinger" who works on websites and iPhone apps for a living. On his spare time, Hancock makes toys come alive as you can…
Called Apple of My Eye, this short film by Majek Pictures was amazingly all shot and edited on the new iPhone 4. It was directed by Michael Koerbel and produced by Eric Edmonds and Rebekah Koerbel. A nice, short story that should inspire many to create their own movie masterpiece.
(My only complaint? That young actress needs some lessons on how to lick ice… Continue
Added by alice on June 28, 2010 at 9:20am —
If you've been waiting for the next generation of iPhones, wait no longer. Steve Jobs just unveiled the iPhone 4 which includes FaceTime or video calling (like in the Jetsons!), an incredibly high-resolution screen, dual cameras, multitasking, and a 5 megapixel camera with built-in LED flash. Of course, she's all wrapped up in a beautifully designed body. In fact, check out those nicely squared off corners!
If you're looking for a more eco-friendly way to charge your iPhone or iPod, look no further! In about a month, manufacturer of alternative electronic devices, Novothink, will release the first ever Apple-licensed solar charging hard-case called the "Surge".
The integrated solar panel on the back of the case will allow you to charge your Apple device soley… Continue
Apple's unveiled a new iPhone today, the iPhone 3G S -- the "s" stands for speed. Although it looks almost exactly like the 3G, it's much, much faster -- some tasks are almost four times faster. Data speeds are upped to 7.2Mbps HSDPA, and the camera is now a 3 megapixel unit with tap-to-autofocus and auto white balance -- and just as expected, it now supports 30fps… Continue
If you carry a Blackberry, iPod or iPhone, do you have to look like you have no style at all? Cute accessory bags are fine for weekend hiking trips, just like boring “business like” cases are fine for, well, boring people, but for the power lunch with the merger guys or cocktails in high places, you’ll want this bag made of gold python-print Italian leather.
Grab you platinum credit cards, a few large… Continue
Added by Kara on April 1, 2009 at 1:32pm —
Further proof that the iPhone is the best thing that ever happened to cell world. In this video, The Mentalists play Kids by MGMT on their iPhones and iPod Touches, using only apps downloaded from the Apple App Store and they do a surprisingly damn good job. Apps used: Ocarina, Retro Synth, miniSynth, DigiDrummer… Continue