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If you are looking for the 30 pin iOS compatible microphone for use
with the older generation of Apple devices, the new Rode Ixy 24-bit
Stereo Microphone might be worth more investigation.
The Rode Ixy has been specifically designed for use with Apple
devices with up to 24-bit/96k recording and on-board high-fidelity A/D
conversion, using the Rode Rec or Rode Rec LE applications, available
from the iTunes app store.
The Rode Ixy is equipped with a matched pair of half inch cardioid
condenser capsules, fixed in a perfect 90 degree ‘near-coincident’
alignment, to record and create an immersive and true-to-life stereo
recording, captured in incredibly high detail. For more information and
to hear audio sa
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Russian authorities are not very fond of fake Apple products. That’s
why they used a bulldozer to crush a mountain of authentic looking
iPhone 4 and 4S handsets after picking up a Chinese man who had
attempted to smuggle the handsets into the country.
The Chinese man claimed that the handsets were real, but he lacked the
necessary documentation to prove their authenticity. Totalling 127
units, these allegedly fake devices would cost about $36,500 on the
Russian market. The man was fined a just $65, which seems strange. That
fine won’t deter anyone from selling fake products.
I hope it doesn’t turn out that these phones were real after all of this.
ncipio has unveiled their new Altas Waterproof case which has been created to keep your iPhone 5 safe from water damage, and comes with its own warranty.
The Incipio Altas iPhone 5
case is fitted with a tempered glass screen that protects the iPhone
5′s screen and protects it electronics for one hour full submerged up to
depths of 6 ft.
The Incipio Altas iPhone 5 waterproof
case has a certified IP-68 rating against water, dirt and dust, yet
provides access to all the iPhone 5′s buttons and controls. Watch the
video below to learn more about the Altas iPhone 5 case
The Altas iPhone 5 case will be arriving in stores next month and will be available in black and white for $89.99.
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Apple recently launched the new iPad
Mini, along with the iPad 4 back in October, and now according to a
recent report by Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White, Apple are
looking to release new models of each device in March.
March would be the one year anniversary of the launch of the iPad 3, and Apple normally releases their new iPad in March, although we saw the slightly updated iPad 4 in October.
Our checks at CES indicate Apple will release the iPad 5 and the
second-generation iPad mini this March. The iPad 5 is expected to be
lighter and thinner than the iPad 4 that was released in October, while
the form factor of the iPad mini should be similar to the first
generation iPad mini that debuted in October.
With regards to the iPad Mini, March would seem a little early as the
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We have featured the Olloclip
case and lenses for Apple devices previously on Geeky Gadgets, and now
there is a new version of this add on camera lens which works with
Apple’s latest devices, the iPhone 5 and the fifth generation iPod Touch.
The Olloclip comes with a case for your iPhone 5 or iPod Touch, plus a range of lenses which include a macro lens, a fisheye lens and a wide angle lens, and it comes in a range of colors which include red, black and white.
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According to a recent report by Digitimes, Apple’s 2013 MacBook Air
will feature a new ‘processor platform’, the new MacBook Air is expected
to be released some time around June of 2013.
If the reports is
correct then the 2013 MacBook Air will share a similar design to the
existing model, and the major changes will be inside the device, it
isn’t clear as yet whether Apple will release a Retina Display version
of the MacBook Air.
The sources pointed out that the MacBook Air for 2013 will feature a
new processor platform, but its industrial design will not see any major
As well as the new updated MacBook Air, Apple are also
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|If you are looking for a retro way to play digital audio files on your iPad a new application called TurnPlay which launched just before the holiday season on to Apple’s iPad might be just the app you have been looking for.
The Turnplay iPad application is being marketed as the "most realistic vinyl turntable design on the entire AppStore” and has already sold over 3 million copies on other devices. As you can see from the screen shot below they are not wrong.
Features of the Turnplay iPad application include full imitation of the main functions available on a real life turntable, including Playback slow down/speed up, pitch control, and record control with scratching. For more information on Turnplay and to purchase jump over to the Apple iPad app store for details.
|Samsung has produced a number of components for Apple’s iPhone and iPad in the past, although we have been hearing recently that Samsung will be switching to new suppliers for some components.
According to a recent report by the Commercial Times, Apple is switching productions of its A6X processors to TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company).
Apple’s A6x processor is used in the current iPhone 5 and the iPad 4, the processor has previously been made by Samsung for Apple, but considering the legal disputes between the two companies Apple are obviously looking to switch production of as many components as they can away from Samsung.
Source AppAdvice, Commercial Times
Rumors have been swirling that Apple
and its manufacturing partner Foxconn have been looking to bring
production for some Apple products to the United States. Currently,
Foxconn produces most of the products for Apple in China with some items
produced in South America. It remains unclear where exactly Foxconn
might set up shop in the United States.
However, the rumor points to Fremont, California as a possible location for the Foxconn facility. According to the rumor, the Apple product will be constructed in the US isn’t the Mac Pro the earlier rumors pointed to, but rather the cheaper Mac mini.
Apple expects sales of the Mac mini to increase significantly to 1.8
million units in 2013. That would be a 30% increase from the number sold
in 2012. Building the Mac mini in the
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