The new iPod Nano trades its wristwatch form to make room for more features: a bigger (2.5″) multi-touch screen, Bluetooth support, live-pause radio and integrated Nike+ fitness apps.
The enormous AeroPad Two dock for iOS devices has the specs to match its eye-catching figure. It has four 30W speakers plus one 80W subwoofer, as well as a 3.5mm auxiliary and USB inputs.
Designer Andrew Kim’s stand holds an iPad, iPhone, iPod, and even a stylus all in one compact unit. Made from laser-cut plywood, acrylic and birch, we’d love to see it made into a product.
If you’ve ever wondered what the innards of your iPod, digital camera or PS3 controller would look like if you peeled back the shells, these conceptual illustrations from Mads Peitersen should help.
The Beats by Dr. Dre brand is no longer just for personal audio. The new Beatbox iPod/iPhone speakers will let a whole room of people enjoy high quality sound, even with the volume maxed out.
Got an iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad without GPS? Thanks to the guys at Bad Elf, you can add on a GPS receiver, giving you accurate navigation without owning a 3G connected model.
Applidium’s VLC app now supports the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and 3rd and 4th gen iPod Touches. Supported file formats include AVI, MPG and MKV. Files can also be deleted from within the app.
Designer Yaser Alhamyari has a few gadgets to dock, so he came up with The Docking and Storage Base, which not only holds your iMac, but docks, syncs and charges up to 3 additional devices.
Here’s a convenient and stylish way to carry your iPod Shuffle and avoid tangled cables. Plug in your iPod and then thread your earphones through the Pod Ã porter’s body and out the other end.
Because of its cool exterior, many thought that this iPhone/iPod Touch portable charger was just a concept. But as its Taiwanese manufacturer said, “The wait is over. The icon are now ship globally.”
Basic universal remotes are a dime-a-dozen, but programmable touchscreen modesl require deep pockets. The L5 converts your iPhone or iPod Touch into a high-end remote for just $50 bucks.
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