Next time the cops pull you over, you might want to avoid the urge to answer calls on your iPhone if you put it in this case. Junior Tan has shared this 3D object for all to enjoy over at Thingiverse.
Already got an iPhone and an iPad? What’s next? iPhone 4G? How about a watch inspired by Apple’s gadgets? Not only would the iWatch tell time, but run apps, and have a mini-projector built-in.
FixPix is one of the coolest little games we’ve seen, and it’s very easy to play: fix the picture by tilting the iPhone or iPod Touch so that everything lines up perfectly. An online demo is available here.
Portland’s Grove Design Collective is offering an artist series of laser engraved iPhone cases in 3 shades of sustainable bamboo. You can also create your own design by uploading your original art.
These handmade iRetrofone docks are sculpted and cast one at a time from resin, are compatible with all iPhone models and let you charge your phone with your own USB cable. Love that handset.
Opera somehow convinced Apple to approve Opera Mini for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. You can – nay, should – download the free speedy browser for free before Apple changes their mind.
We like the groovy basketweave texture of her vinyl placemats, and we like the easy control/port access and no-case-removal quick docking in these iPhone cases by Sandy Chilewich for Griffin.
Ready to do away with your landline? The Desk Phone Dock converts your iPhone into a desktop handset with speakerphone, stereo music playback, and auto-charging when docked.
Check out the Desktop Wallpaper Project at art and design blog Kitsune Noir for some of the best wallpapers you’ll ever see, pre-formatted for PCs, the iPhone, PSP and even the iPad.
The MoviePeg is as simultaneously simple and useful as it gets: this versatile iPhone stand is nothing more than notched plastic, but will let you prop the phone in just about any position.
Incase’s Topo Flex Case features their signature topographical pattern isn’t just for looks; it’s created by overmolding plastic and rubber, which provides both flexibility and protection.
If you’ve ever wanted an iPhone font, there are apps for that; in fact, Urikane’s iPhone Font uses 540 existing apps to create every letter in the alphabet (with the exception of W).
Biologic’s handlebar Bike Mount not only protects your iPhone from the elements but can also pivot from portrait to landscape–great for snapping shots or videos while riding.
The bold black Santok SMC1000 iPhone Boombox features something unique among iPod docks – a sound-sensitive blue-green VFD visual equalizer display on the face of the dock.
Breffo’s Spiderpodium is functionally just an iPhone stand, but we’re not sure if arachnophobes can stand it: its eight flexible legs are not just good for holding but hanging, too.
If you don’t know your chin curtains from your copstash standards, learn to be a proper mustachio’d gent with BeardMe: the iPhone app will instantly man-up your photos with facial hair.
Apple geeks can geek-out with their axe courtesy Paul Reed Smith’s GuitarBud: it’s a cable system w/iPhone app that lets you connect your iPhone and headphones to your electric guitar.
Need to stick coupons on your fridge? There’s an App Magnet for that: Jailbreak Toys’ 18 epoxy magnets come in an iPhone-shaped cardboard package with home screen apps.
wtfJeans will have your gadgets going FTW: each pair comes with an iPhone/iPod Touch microfiber pocket and “high security” flash drive pocket as well as Twitter-colored stitching.
New Potato’s FLPR may be the iPhone/iPod Remote to rule them all: it’s packed with 14,000 codes that not only control TVs and set-top boxes but your house’s lights, drapes and more.
Unlike their pricey axes, Gibson’s App for the iPhone and iPod Touch is totally free; like their guitars, it’s a high quality app with tuner, metronome, 30 chord charts, and lessons.
ThinkFlood’s RedEye System goes on a welcome diet: the RedEye mini turns any iPod Touch or iPhone into a universal remote via a small 3.5mm IR adapter; it’s due out this spring.
Hard Graft’s Phone Tough Case keeps your cellphone protected without added bulk; it features two layers of thick 100% wool felt and a vegetable tanned leather pocket for two cards.
It seems like a regular (if pricey) slider case, but the Universal Remote Case converts your iPhone into a full-featured IR remote thanks to a built-in IR transmitter and free app.
It’s too bad Constellation was canceled, but at least we have NASA’s Lunar Electric Rover iPhone/iPod app; at its heart is a playable LER simulator with multiple difficulty levels.
Don’t soil your pants, but Plants vs. Zombies shambles onto your lawn the iPhone/iPod Touch February 15th with a new zombie bobsled team; play the free online version here for a trial.
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