SKINNY Keyboard Case for iPad 2

This is without a doubt, the best keyboard case for the iPad I have ever seen.

The SKINNY is the thinnest case ever to be released for the iPad which incorporates a keyboard, which in this case, is a touch sensitive one. Not only is it brilliant as far as statistics go, but in design.

Available in Black or White, the SKINNY case is available here for $90 (UK customers can e-mail for inquiries). I’d personally advise you get the white, as the combination with the keyboard looks fantastic.

Tweetbot Gets An Update, Adds A Ton of New Features

Everybody’s favourite iOS Twitter client has received a pretty sizeable update, adding a lot of new features to add better search options, more offline reading support and several bug features, as well as the huge list of updates below.

– Updated Search view
– Nearby tweets added with ability to change location
– Location-based keyword searches
– Improved search box for efficiency.
– Trends and People categories moved to browse section
– Added Top Tweets in browse section
– Can  now change trends location from the search view
– Double-tap search tab to open search with keyboard
– Keyword mute filters (with regex option and ability to mute mentions as well)
– Offline Favorite and Read Later support (for you subway passengers)
– Basic smart quote support when composing (ex: quotes become smart quotes, … becomes an ellipsis, and — becomes an em dash)
– When viewing an image full screen on the iPad you can hold down on it for options
– List views now show one line of a list or profile description on the iPad
– Top tweets show up in search results (marked by silver star violator)
– Dismiss web and map views on the iPad with a 2-finger swipe down gesture.
– Can now swipe to the right on profile views to go back one level
– Improved find location speed and accuracy
– Sending to pinboard now marks items as unread
– Muting a client automatically mutes mentions from that client as well
– Fixed iPad bug where you couldn’t take profile photos with the camera
– Fixed missing tweet sound when publishing a tweet.
– Various other bug fixes

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Tiny Wooden Apple Speaker

I can’t imagine that this speaker packs a punch when it comes to sound quality, but it’s certainly a nice add-on to any Apple collection, and a speaker small enough to carry around with your iPod or iPhone.

FEATURES

• Motz speaker are made of natural cut apricots
• Features, such as portable devices and portable external speakers
• Built-in rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery. You can always use port charges
• Pet shapes and sizes.

Source: Wall to Watch

This is My Favourite iPhone 5 Concept So Far

This is by far the best iPhone concept we have seen to date, with exception to the extremely unrealistic devices featuring liquid metal, 3D and Android Dual-Booting features.

The best thing about this concept is how the phone looks similar to the iPhone 4 and 4s, but has enough new features to rightfully be the iPhone 5, and not the iPhone 4S…..S.

The screen is bigger, and the phone is slimmer, but what I really like is the new operating system, probably iOS 6. The creator of this must be an admirer of Android, as he has introduced what looks like a Facebook widget onto the homescreen. I personally hope that Apple bring widgets to the iPhone, as in my opinion it’s one of the things that makes Android superior.

Source: Eckspeck

Here’s Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs

TMZ has published photos taken of Ashton Kuther on his way to the film set of ‘Jobs: Get Inspired’ yesterday, dressed in the full Steve Jobs outfit, complete with the turtleneck jumper, jeans and white trainers.

The Two and a Half men star was revealed to be playing the late Apple CEO last month, which prompted a mostly angry response from most apple and film fans. The overall response was that Kutcher hasn’t really starred in a good film since the Butterfly Effect.

I was always quite impressed with the idea of Ashton Kutcher playing Jobs, and this image confirms to me that they do look remarkably like each other. Hopefully Kutcher can prove critics wrong and play a believable Steve Jobs.

2048px.com, An iPad Only Wallpaper Website

So, you have your new iPad and want to make the most out of that amazing retina display. Now, usually you would do a Google search, or try to find wallpapers which could be manipulated to fit the screen of the iPad, which look nothing but tacky or pixelated, not reflecting the £400+ you just paid for your tablet.

Luckily, 2048px, a website I stumbled across earlier today promises to offer you the highest quality retina wallpapers available, and is dedicated to that device. No desktop or phone wallpapers, simply 2048×2048 iPad wallpapers.

2048px.com fulfills the need for higher resolution artwork required by the new iPad released by Apple in March 2012 with a high resolution retina display. 2048pixels provides a venue for anyone to download original 2048×2048 iPad retina artwork by some of the best designers in the world. With the release of the latest iPad, there is a real need in the market for products that utilize this incredible resolution. 2048pixels creates a place for all designers to showcase their skills while leveraging this latest technology in exciting ways.

 

Ice Cream Sandwich for iPhone 4 & 4S

I apologize if your heart skipped a slight beat when you thought I had found a way to run Android 4.0 on an iDevice, I couldn’t help myself.

I found this case on Etsy today and amused by the thought of having a case styled after something which has become largely related to Android, the main rival to iOS.

The case is made entirely out of silicon, and are customizable if you contact the creator. Check out the link to the left for the link!

Billr for iPhone | Split your bills easily

Ever been out for a meal with friends, and get confused at the end of the meal trying to work out who ate what, who is paying for what and who owes who money? I know I have, which is why this app is a huge lifeline from situations like that.

Billr is an app for iPhone which lets you pick how many people are eating with you, how much the cost of each person’s food is, and from that you can estimate how much you should tip.

What brought me to this application was the brilliant looking user interface. I’m always willing to try out any app which has a nice icon and UI such as this, and it just makes the whole experience of navigating the menus a much nicer one.

It costs 69p/$0.99, which isn’t much considering how much you will use this, trust me.

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