You know what they say about things that sound too good to be true. But when your friends start getting excited, it's harder to ignore a deal. Such was the case (if you pardon the pun) with DefaultCase, the company selling iPhone cases for a penny. I decided it was worth my time and small change to investigate the claims of this curious product. My summary: DefaultCase cases … [Read more...] about Review: DefaultCase, The 1¢ iPhone Case
Among the many exciting features of Apple's version-4 iPhone OS is the long-awaited ability to sync to multiple Exchange ActiveSync servers. The new software, now dubbed iOS 4, can synchronize mail, contacts, and calendars between many different services that use Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync protocol, including Microsoft Exchange 2003, 2007, and 2010 and Google's Gmail … [Read more...] about How To Set Up Multiple Exchange ActiveSync Accounts in iPhone iOS 4
I've been pretty pleased with my Jawbone Icon headset. It has good battery life, clear audio, and is comfortable to wear for an extended period (once I found a loop that works for my ears). But Aliph's claim that the Jawbone Icon could be upgraded with "apps" was underwhelming: None of the launch apps were compelling, and the app site itself remains in beta. But the company … [Read more...] about One More Reason to Buy a Jawbone Icon Headset: A2DP Bluetooth Audio!
Wow! Apple is recalling and replacing all of the compact power adapters shipped with every iPhone 3G sold to date in many countries! According to Apple's support release, the prongs can break off and become lodged in an outlet, posing a risk of electric shock. And of course, inconveniencing the person who wants to keep their iPhone charged! American-style two-blade adapters in … [Read more...] about Apple Replaces ALL iPhone 3G Power Adapters