We got a demonstration of Tap Systems' self-titled product, Tap, last night at Pepcom in San Francisco. It's a gesture-based one-handed virtual keyboard, and Bryan Chaffin thinks this may be the first one that makes sense.
Apple added several Chinese instruments and some 300 loops of Chinese music to GarageBand this week, but you'll need to jump through a couple of hoops to access them on iPad and iPhone. Bryan Chaffin shows you how.
If you want to find a file or a picture that someone sent you in Messages under iOS, there's no need to scroll and scroll. You can access all of the attachments sent within a conversation in one place, and it's easy as pie! The details are here in this Quick Tip.
We have a deal for you today on KeepSolid Disposable Phone Lines, an encrypted voice-over-IP (VOIP) service that essentially gives you disposable lines from which to make calls. With the package we're offering, you’ll receive up to 3 total private USA or Canadian phone numbers with unlimited SMS, and unlimited calls (US lines only). Our deal is for a 1-year subscription at 75 percent off, or $99. Check out the deal listing for more details.
Apple's manufacturing partner Foxconn is ramping up earlier than usual for the next wave of iPhone production, and it looks like device assembly is going to be even more complicated. Workers reportedly need more training to put the smartphone's components together, so hiring started early to meet Apple's expected September launch window.
We have a deal for you today on a 3-in-1 lens kit for your iPhone from Acesori. It includes a Fish Eye Lens, Wide-Angle Lens, and a Macro Lens. It also comes with lanyards and covers for each lens, a microfiber cleaning cloth, and a carrying pouch. They're held in place with magnetic rings that are also included—rings designed to stick to the metal around a smartphone's lens. The price on our deal is $9.99.
Check out DrinkMate, a tiny 2-inch breathalyzer that works with and is powered by your iPhone. The manufacturer claims it measures at an accuracy of +/- 0.01 percent blood alcohol content (BAC) at a BAC of 0.02 percent. You can get this device for $31.99 through us.
Maybe the FBI should team up with India because that country's government says it can hack into Apple's iPhones. Both think access to encrypted data in investigations is important, although India's government doesn't seem to be going to the same extremes to get it.
We have a deal for you on the iKlips DUO, a new version of the Flash Storage Solution. It has a USB plug on one end and a Lightning connector on the other end so you can transfer files between devices. The iKlips DUO has a silicone body sleeve, and a redesigned Lightning port that fits more cases. We have deals starting at $71 on 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB.
We have a deal for you today on the AluPen Digital Fine-Point Stylus—as the name says, it's a fine point stylus designed to give you fine control over your work. You twist the stylus to reveal the nib, too, meaning it's protected inside the stylus when you're using it. Check out the details on the deal listing—our price is $34.95.
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