The Hama Felt Case is a sleeve type case that your iPad sits in whilst travelling or just for extra protection, it is very supportive for the iPad, which I will get onto later. Firstly, I would like to thank MobileFun for sending this out for review. iPad Cover.
Got your shiny New iPad, with a Smart Cover? Are you worrying about scratching that beautiful metal back? Yeah, I was, so I decided to get an iPad iCarbons, and as usual, review it for you guys! Continue reading→
Since I relieved my first iPod, the original Nano, I have used the Apple Headphones. They’re incredibly expensive for what they actually are. Here’s an alternative to them for all MP3 players and Phones. Continue reading→
iPhone 4 LCD Digitizers are a very hot commodity on the eBay marketplace, so learn the steps on how to spot a FAKE! Since almost 30% of all people with smartphones own an iPhone, it is very common to find people that have broken, cracked, or damaged their iPhone 4 screen. eBay sellers are here to rescue you….or at least make it seem that way. There are hundreds, possibly even thousands of eBay sellers who pass off bargain knockoff replacement LCD Digitizers as “OEM” or “Original.” In fact, some of these parts are so far off from the original/ OEM part, that they barely even fit your phone! Continue reading→
Being a fan of modding my iDevices with Cydia since 2007, I have always enjoyed being able to have something that the next person doesn’t have. Today we are in a world where million up on millions of Apple devices are in the pockets and bags of most people. Especially living in London, I am forever seeing Apple devices on the tube and buses around the City.
Back in 2007 I was fortunate enough to purchase my 1st gen iPhone approx 6 months before release in the UK, one of the reasons was because of the capabilities of the phone Apple had released, the other reason was because I was one of the first in the UK to have one!
This video above gives me that feeling I once had for my first gen iPhone, the ability to create something that no one has, the ability to charge your iPhone WIRELESSLY. I know this is nothing major, perhaps it’s the geek in me but I love the fact we can modify our devices to our needs.
The iPhone battery has sometimes been an issue for some, plugging into a wall outlet several times a day, personally I always have access to a power pack or wall outlet, additionally have multiple iDevices helps me manage my battery consumption.
Today an engineer has modified his iPhone to wirelessly charge from a Power-mat, something that many hope for in ‘the new iPhone’ – today you can try this yourself, but be warned… this is not for mr average Joe, you need to have knowledge of iPhone assembly and the ability to solder etc.
MriOSDevices suggests you do not try this yourself, we don’t want to hear of people breaking their iPhones trying this out, but it does make us curious to see if it actually works. Which leads me to my question to you, what would you like to see on the new iPhone. Leave it in the comments below.