Last week, the super-hydrophobic product called NeverWet hit Home Depot shelves. The two step waterproof coating that can be applied to virtually anything from clothing to gardening equipment and mechanical parts. Creators Ross Nanotechnology created a demonstration video of their product that not only shows the uses of NeverWet on household items and clothing, but also on an Apple iPhone!
If you're anything like us, then you've grown seriously tired of all the buzz and relentless hype surrounding the launch of the iPhone 5. And you'll probably laugh as hard as we did at this video of people in Amsterdam vainly trying to pick up an iPhone that's been glued to the ground.
While products like the iPod Touch or Nano may be tiny, it's rare that the folks at Apple do anything concerning the launch of their products small. So with that in mind it should be of no surprise that they were able to secure one of the biggest rock bands in the land, the Foo Fighters, to play the Apple iPhone 5 launch party Wednesday (Sept. 12).
At a press conference this morning in San Francisco, Apple introduced the iPhone 5.
The latest version of the best-selling smartphone has been highly anticipated ever since the somewhat disappointing release of the previous iteration, the iPhone 4s.
A local Craigslist post popped up today in the Tri-Cities Rants & Raves section calling out for help from the community in finding a lost or stolen iPhone 4. Luckily, the owner of the phone had their iCloud account setup for instant upload and these photos, that were taken with the phone after it was out of the owners possession, popped up on the account.
The gTar is a fully digital guitar that shows you how to play songs via an array of interactive LEDs along the fretboard. To do this, you must first dock your iPhone in the guitar’s body and load up the FREE gTar app, which comes with an extensive library of songs that’s growing every day.
“It’s a good size, really,” iPhone owners have told Apple. “It’s OK that it’s small. It’s more about how you use it,” they added reassuringly. But the insecure company isn’t having any of it. It’s paying attention to those screen enhancement spam emails and listening to those late-night “marital aid” radio commercials. And it’s obsessed with getting bigger.
Apple recently released a couple of commercials for the iPhone 4S and its Siri feature. Why? We have no idea. The pair of spots feature Samuel L. Jackson and everyone’s favorite Queen of Quirk Zooey Deschanel, though they never appear together. That’