News tagged ‘Griffin’
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This has truly been an amazing day for jailbreaks. First iPhone Dev-Team posted photos of jailbroken iPad 3, later i0n1c posted a video using unique method. Now it seems that there is a third methid. Wow!!
There are tons of accessories showed off at CES 2012, many of which were designed for iOS devices. Among the most interesting are multi-docs which offer various ways of charging several iOS devices simultaneously.
The latest iPod nano from Apple is rather cute, but it still risks getting lost in your pocket/purse. A built-in clip is a good way to fix it on something, but Griffin is planning to go much further, offering Wristlet casing, which is a protective case in the form of a bracelet for the iPod nano. Its functionality is self-evident, as it protects your iPod nano from scratches. Griffin Wristlet will be priced at $ 19.99 and now is available for pre-orders.
Since only one month remains to iPad's launch, such hardware manufacturers as SDI Technologies, Gelaskins Inc., Sanho Corp. and Griffin Technology gear up their production of chargers, sticker covers and other accessories for a new device. And it is not surprising - according to Poper Jaffray & Co, overall sales of iPod and iPhone accessories in 2009 were about $3.7 billion.
But while these companies want to release their products as soon as possible, some other accessory manufacturers are taking a wait-and-see approach. Jonathan von Rentzell, a representative for Blue Microphones commented on this:
"If you're making it for a product, you want to make sure there's a market."
Griffin has produced a new accessory for the iPhone is capable of transmitting the FM signal. It's called iTrip.
Operation is very simple: connect the Dock accessory, run the iTrip app, click on the "SmartScan" to automatically find the best frequency. Now we can play the music on our iPhone and transmit it to the car radio or home stereo without any problems.
The new iTrip is really well done and is compatible with almost all iPod / iPhone. Costs $50.
This is another free useful application for iPhone and iPod2 from
- High-quality handheld recording using your iPhone or 2nd-generation iPod touch
- Easy, convenient user interface and controls
- Drag & drop wireless file transfers to your computer
- User-selectable 11.025 kHz, 22.05 kHz, or 44.10 kHz sample rates
You can sync recordings using