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FastMac has launched the FastMac iV, a charger and extended battery for the iPhone that also adds a built-in flash and can charge USB devices concurrently. The iV triples the iPhone’s talk time to 24 hours, as well as 31 days of standby, over 20 hours of video or 70 hours of audio playback.
One of the biggest flaws of Macs is that they donít include built-in media card readers. This makes sense, given the bewildering array of different media cards available and the fact that media card readers offer more slots than anyone could possibly want or use, hence wasting space and marring the uncluttered appearance of the computer.
Classics, a new kind of eBook reader for the iPhone and ipod touch, was released today by developer Tap Tap Tap. The new app offerers a more realistic book-reading experience. The interface uses graphics and sound effects to mimic the sensation of browsing through a real book shelf to find a book and turning through pages of real paper.
Are you curious about exactly why Apple issued a recall their original two-prong USB power adapter for the iPhone 3G? You’re not alone. To figure out what the big deal was, the guys at MacMerc.com decided to tear apart one of the defective units to see what the big problem is that made Apple so nervous.