To own an iPhone is certainly one of the most interesting things that any human being can imagine. What is even more interesting is how further can one go with their iPhones and the technologies it offers? This is a question which everyone had been asking Apple and Apple users to themselves. Have you ever imagined, how much better the world would become if we were able to use our iPhones without even touching them? Until now, indeed the iPhone has revolutionized our world and to make it even better, Federico Ciccarese has come up with a concept called the...
There is absolutely no doubt that wireless technology has changed our lives in ways that we could not have imagined. Add to that the wide array of handheld devices in the form of smartphones and tablets and the world now seems to be constantly ‘on the go’. If everything else is available at your fingertips and swipe of the screen, then why not a relaxing and comforting massage offered by a person on the others side of the globe? That is precisely what designer André Cofield thought when he designed the eSSAGE.
It’s just a couple of days back when Apple was granted the patent for a wearable device, but Federico Ciccarese has for long taken the concept of a wearable Apple device literally, so much so that the designer has created a wearable iPhone for the future. When there can be Android-powered watches there can definitely be a wrist-mounted iPhone – iPod nano watch accessory has put the concept of a wearable Apple device deep into the consumers mind, and a device like Cicecarese’s concept will definitely be a valid extension.
Google Glass has set pace for future of head mounted displays, but it seem Google isn’t the only company trying to make a mark, other companies like Sony and Olympus are also catching up with their respective glasses or wearable displays. And it is just yesterday when Apple has been granted patent for a head mounted display by the US Patent and Trademark Office, which reveals that Apple could be developing augmented reality glasses to rival the much anticipated Google Glasses. The patent titled “Peripheral treatment for head-mounted displays” was originally filled way back in 2006.
Along with iPhone there is a flood of applications and features that we can find on web everyday. Everybody has something unique to suggest that can make the iPhone more adorable. I found this iPhone horn dockstation, which looks absolutely a grand thing to attach with the device. I don’t have technical details and whatever I could speculate, is based on the images I found. From the design, it seems that outlet for sound is two way, but in more stylish way. Even without external energy source, this dock stations looks like a hi-fi stereo sound system. Don’t know about...
This Mac themed clock will show the same time as any other watch, but looking at this watch itself gives a sort of pleasure that is not usual in everyday life. It can be cited as an example of what we call cool stuff. The entire clock is made from a recycled Apple iBook Clamshell and measures just 13 inches wide by 15 inches high with a quartz clock movement and with a working pendulum, which is an apple mouse actually.
There is no official announcement related to iPhone 4G, but I found these images, which are being claimed as exclusive spy shots of iPhone 4HK. Nothing much is known. Have look at them and guess the reliability of source.