Archive for the ‘iPhone’ Category

Stickems Gadget Screen Cleaners

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

Ever since the proliferation of touch based input, Smartphone and tablet screens have been terrible fingerprint magnets and that grime quickly becomes an incumbent nuisance that even a sleeve can’t cope with. Enter microfiber cloths, you’ve probably used one, and you may even keep one handy. But it’s safe to assume you probably don’t, and […]

Yet Another Mobile Game Controller

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Joining the ranks of many other mobile game controllers, which have followed in the success of the iControlPad, the Evolution Controllers Arduino based DRONE™ controller has crept up on us along with an accompanying KickStarer project aiming to secure the $60,000 needed for injection moulds, manufacture and testing. It is, by far, the prettiest such […]

Micro SIM Cutter From MobileFun

Monday, January 30th, 2012

With the rise of the Micro SIM, and the outright sensibility of picking from the growing pool of SIM-free mobile phones instead of tying yourself into a lengthy, inescapable contract, the need to cut SIM cards down to Micro SIM size is all too common. Many SIM-only, rolling-monthly contracts come with full-sized SIM cards currently, […]

Waterfield Designs iPhone Hint Slip Case Review

Monday, January 30th, 2012

I haven’t looked at an iPhone case in some time, and with the iPhone 4s form factor matching that of the iPhone 4 many of my earlier reviews are still relevant. However, I’d like to introduce you to the iPhone Hint from SFBags. It fuses the convenience of a flip case, with the all-round protection […]

Otone Aporto USB/Battery Powered 2.0 Speaker Review

Monday, January 30th, 2012

I’ve never been a huge fan of portable speakers, this is probably because they’re traditionally quite awful. The Otone Aporto, however, combines reasonably decent sound with a quirky transforming trick. Its creator, Otone Audio, is a home-grown rising star in the audio world, headquartered in Manchester. They’re a relatively new and largely unknown company who […]

Piel Frama iMagnum for iPhone 4(S) Review

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Piel Frama claim that all of their cases are individually handcrafted. The cynic in me suggests that this should be taken with a modicum of salt in the mass produced world in which we live, yet I certainly can’t question their quality control department. Everything about the Piel Frama iMagnum leather mobile phone case for […]

iPhone 4S Compatible Cases

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Update With the iPhone 4S now available to order, resellers have solved the case compatibility problem for you. Mobile Fun, for example, has a wide range of iPhone 4S cases and accessories ready for you to peruse. With things like the excellent BookBook case to choose from, plus the likes of Element Case, the illustrious […]

Konnet TouchEZ Slideout Keypad For iPhone 4 Reviewed

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

Way back in January I took a look at the TypeTop keyboard for the iPhone 4 and found that the mushy keyboard left something to be desired. The Konnet TouchEZ is a top-notch, clicky and responsive keyboard which feels far, far better than the TypeTop but unfortunately has some of the same drawbacks. Most prominently […]

Native Union POP Phone iPhone 4 Headset Reviewed

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

In the race to create the most hilariously unnecessary but somehow strangely cool product, Native Union are out in the lead with the POP Phone; a phone-shaped headset ( actually, it’s more a handset! ) for the iPhone 4 and other supported devices. Designed by David Turpin, it’s certainly not the first product of its […]

Snugg Jibitz Silicone iPhone 4 Case Reviewed

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Silicone iPhone 4 cases have never been particularly compelling or difficult to come by. They’re easy to make and thus cheap to buy, making them the true bottom-of-the-barrel when it comes to cases. Not so with the Snugg Jibitz, tough. This is a silicone case with a twist. The case comes with a 4×5 grid […]