Capture picture perfect moments on your iPhone and then print them off with the Bolle BP-10 photo Printer with. It is the very first iPhone Printer in the world. The printer provides full size 4 x 6 inch photographs so you can keep your memories safely stored in frames. Put your iPhone into the dock, then just simply download and install the Bolle Photo app to select photos from your iPhone album or take a brand new photo using the application. This printer and dock even re-charges your iPhone whilst its printing. There is even an option to print multiple copies, up to 4, incase you need to print off more than 1 of the same photo. This iPhone Printer can be avail for $£119.99 ($191 USD).
- Print photo’s directly from your iPhone
- Charges your iPhone when docked
- 4 x 6″ (A6) photo printing with easy Handling
- Select different partitions to add multiple images to one picture
- Print off multiple copies
- Compact and reliable design
There are tons of speakers, stands and stand-speaker hybrids out there for iPhone 4’s, but I have to admit that the Bone Horn Stand is probably one of the most unique ones. Retro lovers sure will love this new stuff for their iPhone 4. It’s a peripheral to enhance iPhone 4′s speaker quality, and it could doubled as your iPhone 4 stand, too!
The Bone Horn speaker stand is silicon, making it portable and durable. iPhone sits in a slot that directs the speaker audio through a tube and out of a horn. It works much like an old gramophone player. The slot your phone slides into is about an inch deep; it covers your iPhone up to the bottom of the screen. There is a button overlay for your home button. On the underside there is a cutout for the sync/charge cable and a cutout for the microphone. When iPhone is sitting in the Bone Horn Stand it can be propped up in a vertical or horizontal viewing position. The iPhone charging cable will not interfere with the mount. Because the slot is silicon, it can expand to accommodate some iPhone cases, and even older iPhones. Bone Horn stand can fit an iPhone 4 with a bumper case, but anything bulkier and the home button overlay won’t line up. It will also fit any iPhone, but there is a catch. Apple switched the speaker location on iPhone 4 (moved left to right) so to use other iPhones you have to flip iPhone so it’s facing the opposite direction.
According to Book of Joe, the Bone Horn Stand “adds 12 decibels of sound pressure to your iPhone’s speakers without asking for an erg of battery juice. You can also use it to prop your iPhone into a vertical or horizontal viewing position.” It sells for only $24.95 at the Cyberguys.com and is available in three colors: Green, Black, Bone.
In terms of gadgets, smaller is usually better. Technology company spend more time and money in order to create some of the world’s smallest, sleekest and most lightweight devices. Early next week, however, the giant technology will change gears entirely when it introduces its 58-inch Table Connect for iPhones, the biggest smart phone device you will ever see.
The Table Connect is basically a desktop with iPhone functionality. The huge multi-touch screen is equipped with a 30-pin Dock Connector that lets users hook it up directly to their iPhone. When attached, the Table Connect mirrors everything that is happening on the handset. All of the applications and data that are on the phone can be accessed using the 58″ capacitive multi-touch desktop. With a bit of magic, the table becomes your iPhone.
Table Connect States:
We are about to put the final touches on the “iPhone Table” prototype. Table Connect for iPhone is what you have been waiting for, multitouch on steroids!
For now, we start with mock-ups as well. Currently, we are finishing up the work on the alpha release software for the table.
The iPhone is attached via the standard dock connector – immediately after it is attached, the magic starts to happen. The entire content of the iPhone’s screen will be projected onto the multitouch table, still giving full access to all the touch gestures using multitouch technology.
Just by looking at pictures of the Table Connect for iPhone, we assume it will probably be out of the price range of most consumers.
For those people who’s keeping track of this white iPhone 4, it has now been pushed back for three times. Once to July, once to the end of the year, and now until next spring.
This news comes after an announcement by Apple spokesperson Trudy Muller said that the White iPhone 4 won’t drop until Spring 2011 and news that Apple secretly canceled the White iPhone altogether.
According to the source with connections to the Apple, The white iPhone 4 has been delayed because it can’t take good pictures. The white case leaks light back in — especially when the flash is used to take pictures.
The white iPhone 4 can’t take accurate photographs. The handset’s semi-translucent glass case leaks light in, ruining pictures taken with the internal camera, especially when the built-in flash is used.
“You don’t get accurate pictures on the white iPhone because of the color of the glass back. It washes out the pictures,”
Apple has been struggling to isolate the camera sensor. The problem may demand a complete redesign. the problem only surfaced at the last minute at a secret testing facility Apple has set up for case manufacturers.
I think Apple should not pursue this thing. Apple is causing some critics to wonder why the device is even worth pursuing. Apple might not like to get a black eye and look bad. But if it’s having such trouble getting the devices to where it wants them, it shouldn’t waste its time.
Let’s face it, the white iPhone 4 is a neat-looking smartphone, but it’s not really necessary. The black version of the device is doing just fine, and considering the delayed smartphone only offers a color change, it’s hard to see why many folks would care if Apple didn’t sell it. But its iPhone is doing just fine without it.
If Apple definitely wants to offer a white iPhone, maybe the company should consider waiting until next year when it releases an update to the iPhone 4.
Cult of Mac