Call of Duty: Zombies for the iPhone lets gets touchy-feely with the undead; it’s limited to one map, but the multiplayer co-op is full-featured with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and online (!) support.
Similar to the Steadicams used in Hollywood, the iSteady Shot uses a two-axis gimbal to reduce camera shake, resulting in ultra-smooth iPhone and Nano movies; demo movie here.
Road warriors who’d like their stock earphones to go AWOL ASAP should requisition a Black Ops Throat Mic iPhone headset; it cancels out background noise and picks up your whispers.
And we thought texting while driving was dangerous, Engineer Awesome not only drives but car-surfs an ’88 Oldsmobile with an iPhone–all in the name of science, of course.
We liked the high-end look of Vers’ wood cases, but their new Shellcases solve a huge UI issue: these open-faced cases allow you to use the touchscreen of your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Gigaware brings HD Radio to the iPhone and iPod Touch, albeit with an external in-line control; it’ll play HD2/HD3 and includes iTunes tagging and bookmarks via a free app.
Available for iPhone, Touch, or Nano: for the price of a regular case, idox’s Traveler Series not only offers hardshell protection, but doubles as a stand with rubber feet for stability.
If the iPhone Car Finder seems frivolous, just wait until Christmas in a crowded parking lot: this 3GS-only app uses the camera, compass and GPS to remember and locate your car.
If you’ve got an iPhone or iPod, XM’s SkyDock brings satellite radio to your car with a tuner and FM transmitter; it’s powered by a cig adapter and must be wired to a roof-mounted antenna.
Switched-On Ringtones is pure analog heaven for your iPhone, Palm, or BB: it packs in 75 blips, sequences, and effects made by vintage Moog, Arp, Roland, and Korg synthesizers.
Made with $2,000, two 42″ LCD TVs, and crapload of fingerprints, John and Reko’s iPhone Costumes actually work–they’ve modified their iPhone 3GS to allow live dual image output.
That’s one giant leap for iPhone/iPod users: the NASA app is a must for space travel enthusiasts, with mission updates, pictures via IOTD and APOD, videos and Twitter updates.
Tapping on Tap Tap Revenge’s shoulder, Rock Band is now available on the iPhone and iPod Touch: it features single and 4-player (via Bluetooth) modes, 4 instruments and 20 songs.
Andy Awesome’s art is exactly that: technically consistent (it’s all about circles) and relevant to geeks (Star Wars, Simpsons), it’s also freely available as iPhone and desktop wallpapers.
You’ll need Viper’s $499 SmartStart system, but the SmartStart App lets you control your car via iPhone: start the engine, lock and unlock doors, open the trunk or set off the alarm.
Keep your iPhone’s maps app in plain sight (and look totally badass) while biking with the iBike Rider; it’s a hands-free kit that includes a mic and a waterproof, wrist-mounted case.
OtterBox’s new iPhone 3G/3GS Commuter Cases are rugged yet slip into your pocket; it’s thanks to shock absorbing silicone on the inside and smooth polycarbonate on the outside.
Joby’s Gorillamobile stand now supports the 3G/3GS; it still features three flexible legs, a camera adapter, lock ring and adhesive clips, but adds a soft-touch iPhone-only case.
Available for preorder: Dots’ D200 gloves keep your hands warm while letting you use your iPhone with three conductive dots; it sports a fleece lining, nylon shell and grippy microfiber palm.
Use it with your iPhone Stencil Kit: Notepod seems pricey at $18 for 300 sheets, but the iPhone form factor and the thick 80gsm laser stock ensure this’ll be a noteworthy investment.
It’s not designed to be used while moving, but the ARider is ideal for cyclers who need hands-free navigation; it’s a retractable helmet-mounted display that pulls data from an iPhone 3GS.
Made out of solid wood and bamboo with a UV and moisture-resistant clear-coat, Vers’ iPhone/iPod cases obscure most of the screen but are easily removed with a quick eject detail.
Ideal for watching videos on your iPhone while on-the-go, the GoGoStand is a plastic stand that folds flat, making it easy to store in your wallet; it also works with the G1, Pre and more.
Case-Mate’s I.D. Case ups your iPhone 3G/3GS’s convergence cred by doubling as a wallet; it’ll fit up to two credit card-sized items (think IDs or cash), making this ideal for clubbing.
Move over, carbon fiber: Case-Mate’s iPhone Recession Cases are made out of 2009’s “it” material–not-quite form-fitting cardboard; even better: free Sharpie Script personalization.
Beyond the Nano, Apple’s other 9/9 news: iPod Touch gets up to 64 GB and Open GL, Classic gets 160 GB, Shuffle gets new colors, iTunes store gets tweaked and iPhone OS goes up to 3.1.
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