The First to Buy the iPhone

The First to Buy the iPhone
Ever wonder who the first person in the world was to purchase an iPhone? What about the next 4 generations of iPhones? For the iPhone’s 5th birthday, we tracked down the very first person to buy each model of iPhone, and all 5 of them have a unique story. Read more…

iPhone 4 sales still strong despite impending iPhone 5 release

iPhone 4 sales still strong despite impending iPhone 5 release
Some people I know who love Apple products will usually hold off on their purchase once rumors of a new generation/version of the product they want starts swirling online. But this seems to be not a very popular move if we base it on the sales of the iPhone 4. Based on a report made Read more…

iPhone 3GS Drops To $49.99 At AT&T, Target And Apple

iPhone 3GS Drops To $49.99 At AT&T, Target And Apple
Are you looking for a great deal on an iPhone? While it might be past the holidays, AT&T, Target and Apple have cut the iPhone 3GS’s price. Originally $99.99 on a new 2-year contract, the iPhone 3GS is now $49.99. The discount was first offered by AT&T then followed up by Apple and now Read more…

Seat Buddy Makes Viewing iPhone Fun & Awkward

Seat Buddy Makes Viewing iPhone Fun & Awkward
There are lots of little niche products out there for the iPhone and iPad, but this latest one seems to take the cake. It’s called the Seat Buddy, and apparently it’s been around for quite a bit. Here’s the word from the official PR: Airplane Comfortable viewing just like a seatback screen Watch hands-free so Read more…

More Dock Goodness: InCharge Duo for iPad

More Dock Goodness: InCharge Duo for iPad
What has two thumbs and likes docks? This guy. And more importantly, lots of other people, too. That’s why companies like XtremeMac keep putting out cool new ways to charge our devices, and make it neat and tidy at the same time. In this case, we have the new InCharge Duo for iPad. This is Read more…

iSpot – For When You Want Your 4G Speed for your i-device

iSpot - For When You Want Your 4G Speed for your i-device
A while back, I wrote about the Verizon Mi-Fi. I’m a big fan of the concept, because it brings the reliability of Verizon’s network to my iPad, iPhone and MacBook. It’s also really expensive: $60/month. So let’s say that hypothetically, you want the portability of a Mi-Fi, but only want to give a 4G signal Read more…

Genius Scan App for Free PDF Scans? Genius!

Genius Scan App for Free PDF Scans?  Genius!
Another must-download for the student, businessperson, or idiosyncratic person who does not like to recopy notes of any kind is the “Genius Scan” App for the iPhone! The free application is truly…wait for it…wait for it…genius (sorry it had to be done)! The incredibly adept, detail oriented and ridiculously easy to use device turns any Read more…

Type n Talk for Free Robot Voice

Type n Talk for Free Robot Voice
For those who just cannot seem to spit out their words comes the free “Type n Talk” application for the iPhone. Catch people off guard with the robot utterance that speaks whatever the user types onto the iPhone touchscreen! “Robots have approved this message,” is spoken by a retro science fiction-esque voice. Type in, “Shut Read more…

Free Run Pee App Allows for Pee Breaks at the Movies

Free Run Pee App Allows for Pee Breaks at the Movies
The only thing the “Run Pee” application for the iPhone cannot do is pee for you! Every group has a friend that buys a ten-gallon soda and, despite using the theatre bathroom right before the movie begins, has to relieve him or herself during an exciting or important point of a film. Aside from the Read more…

The TomTom Debate

The TomTom Debate
Almost two years ago, I purchased a TomTom GPS unit for my car and it turned out to be one of the best decisions I ever made. I was getting ready to go on a business trip to Claremore, Oklahoma (ever been there? No? Don’t.), and I knew that without some kind of help, I Read more…