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Mophie Introduces Large Rugged iPhone Case with Built-in Battery Mophie Introduces Large Rugged iPhone Case with Built-in Battery(0)

iPhone accessory maker Mophie has added a new iPhone case to its Juice Pack lineup. The $130 Mophie Juice Pack Pro bundles a 2,500 mAh supplementary battery with an OtterBox Defender-style protective case.

Mophie says the case is dust-proof and water-resistant, as well as providing impact and drop protection.

The juice pack PRO provides you with the confidence that your iPhone can lead you through the most demanding conditions. With the largest battery ever built into a juice pack case, complimented by a belt clip and rugged good looks, the juice pack PRO is the perfect adventure companion. Stay off the grid all weekend.

Mophie’s Juice Pack line of cases are available at Apple Retail Stores and at Mophie.com.

 

 

Seagate Releases Wireless Storage Device for iOS Seagate Releases Wireless Storage Device for iOS(0)

Seagate today announced GoFlex Satellite mobile wireless storage, the first battery-powered external hard drive to wirelessly extend the storage capacity of any Wi-Fi enabled mobile device.


With 500GB and Wi-Fi access over 802.11 b/g/n and a rechargeable battery, this latest member of the GoFlex family provides the ability to carry an entire library of video, music, pictures and documents with you. Devices are Read More

iPad 2 Wireless 1080p Video iPad 2 Wireless 1080p Video(0)

Apple’s wireless streaming technology, Airplay, which streams media from iOS devices to the Apple TV is currently limited to 720p. However, Eric Govoruhk and Kelly McAteer have circumvented that limitation by finding a full 1080p video mirroring DIY solution for the iPad 2. By using a wireless HDMI transmitter and a USB battery pack, the two were able to stream content in full HD.

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iOS 4.3.1 Leaked iOS 4.3.1 Leaked(0)

BGR has managed to get the unreleased iOS 4.3.1 update installed on their iPhone.

One of our Apple connects just installed the unreleased and unseen iOS 4.3.1 build on one of our iPhones, and we’ve been playing around with it for a couple days. We reported the changes from iOS 4.3 a few days back, and it really does look as if iOS 4.3.1 will simply fix bugs, hence the version numbering. Battery life seems a tad bit better, though that’s not scientific at all.

iOS 4.3.1 is expected to be released publicly within the next 1-2 weeks.

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Google Latitude App Gets Updated Google Latitude App Gets Updated(0)

Google Latitude for the iPhone and iPod touch has been updated with the ability to check in.

Google Latitude lets you stay in touch with your friends and family by making it easy to share where you are and see each other on a map. Share your location automatically or check in at specific places to share them with friends and gain status there.

With Latitude, you can: Read More

iPad 2 Cost of Materials Estimated at $326.60 iPad 2 Cost of Materials Estimated at $326.60(0)

An iSuppli teardown analysis of the iPad 2 has revealed a Bill of Materials of $326.60, according to a press released from the company.

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With the second-generation iPad, Apple Inc. has held the line on the bill of materials (BOM), maintaining virtually the same costs as the first version of the device, an IHS iSuppli teardown analysis of the product has revealed. The 32GB NAND flash memory version of the iPad 2 equipped the with Global System for Mobile Communications/high-speed packet access (GSM/HSPA) air standard carries a BOM of $326.60. The 32GB version equipped with the code division multiple access (CDMA) air standard carries a BOM of $323.25. The compares with $320 for the first-generation 32GB 3G iPad, based on pricing from April 2010.

When manufacturing costs are added, the cost to produce the GSM/HSPA version rises to $336.60, and the CDMA version goes to $333.25. The attached table presents the IHS iSuppli preliminary BOM and manufacturing cost estimates for the two versions of the iPad 2 torn down by IHS iSuppli.

The component and vendor selection in the second-generation iPad 2 closely conforms with that of the original iPad. “Despite the obvious changes to iPad like the enclosure and the battery, and the less obvious changes in the touch screen, the iPad 2’s components and design are remarkably similar if not the same as those of the iPad 1,” Rassweiler observed. “The iPad 1 and iPad 2 use the same components and suppliers for the NAND flash, the multi-touch controllers and touch screen drivers, as well as the same core chip in the wireless section as was found in the iPhone 4. Many of the other components—including the apps processor and the Bluetooth/frequency/global positioning system/wireless local area Read More

iFixIt Posts iPad 2 Teardown iFixIt Posts iPad 2 Teardown(0)

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iFixit has posted a teardown of the iPad 2 revealing its internal components. Read More

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