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  • October Gadget Round Up

    This month, it’s all about the iPad Mini release!

    Everything We Know About the iPad Mini (Mashable)

    The best part about product releases is figuring out which rumors actually play out. Here, Mashable breaks down the new iPad’s projected screen size, price, connector port and release date.

    Recommended Products: iPad Skins

    With iPad Mini, Apple Continues to Sever Samsung Supply Ties (Wired)

    Ever since this summer’s Apple vs. Samsung trial, many have wondered how the two would continue working together, as Apple has long used Samsung components in their products. But many analysts are beginning to project the expected iPad mini to be Apple’s most “Samsung-Free Product.”

    Recommended Products: Apple Screen Protectors

    Why not a range of iPads? Maybe an iPad Mini, Midi, and Maxi? (CNET)

    A novel idea from the folks at CNET. While many Apple fans resisted the idea of a smaller tablet to complete with the booming mini tablet market, a counterpoint is made by the idea of an entire line of iPad sizes. Apple products carry such high demand not just because of their dazzling displays and user friendliness, but because they’re must-have items to promote a certain image. So why not create multiple personas with multiple iPads?

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  • Scratch-Proofing Your iPhone 5

    Apple fans eagerly awaited the iPhone 5 release for months. Week after week, rumor after rumor, patent after patent – Apple fans and tech bloggers dissected every piece of information that may or may not have led to some knowledge surrounding a new iPhone, from new Sharp glass screens with 4-inch displays to new charging connector ports.

    But with the heightened anticipation for the fifth installment of Apple’s flagship product, one major concern arose following the release of the iPhone 5. New users soon found that the new aluminum surfaces on the redesigned, lightweight phone scratched easily.

    Third party tests were conducted and they confirmed that the new aluminum surface on the back and the edge around the band are softer compared to the glass surface on previous models. The very feature that made the phone lighter and gave it a new, sleek design, also made it prone to scratches.

    The bright side is that the new aluminum casing is much easier to protect than older iPhone models. Clear, protective iPhone skins and screen protectors, like the ones Best Skins Ever makes, are an easy, cost-effective solution for iPhone 5 owners. Not only do they preserve the new iPhone’s stunning looks – unlike cases that cover it up – but iPhone 5 skins also keep the new aluminum-cased iPhones safe from blemishes. Also, the old glass-backed iPhones carry a higher risk with the potential of broken glass harming users.

  • Apple iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3

    The latest attack ads from Samsung against Apple have been nothing if not hilarious. Observe …

    When it comes down to it, Apple fans will buy iPhones and Apple haters will buy Droids (or, in some cases, Blackberries). But for the undecided voters, let’s take an unbiased look at the benefits and criticisms of Apple’s newest smartphone, the iPhone 5, and its main competitor, Samsung’s Galaxy S3. It quickly becomes clear why Apple people love Apple … and why Android people dislike Apple.

    iOS vs. Android OS

    One of the many hot button issues is performance. Android fans love the Android Operating system and the myriad of Google services that make life great. Then there are those who downloaded iOS 6 as soon as the new operating system became available for iPhone users. The new Apple processor once again provides the smooth, user-friendly experience that Apple fans have come to love over the years.

    Broadband Connectivity

    With much of the upper echelon Android manufacturers championing 4G LTE for years, Apple entered the highest level of broadband with the launch of the iPhone 5. Apple fans rejoiced at the potential held by the marriage of Apple technology and lighting fast 4G, while Android fans criticized Apple for being late to the dance.

    Design/Display

    First impressions, as in any new relationship, mean a lot. When you lay your eyes on a new phone, you want to see yourself holding it, playing with it … loving it. Design is important.

    Apple has championed the importance of design for decades. The iPhone 5 gives Apple fans the sleek, metallic design that they’ve come to love – and they’ve made it sleeker and more metallic. The new 4-inch Retina display was possibly Apple’s most rumored and highly anticipated feature leading up to the phone’s release.

    Samsung has taken a page out of the Apple book and used the S3 to combine good product design, which consumers love, with the Android operating system which makes Android the force that it is. The Super AMOLED screen is impressive in its own right, with many critics claiming the new Samsung rivals Apple at it’s own game.

    At the end of the day, whether you prefer Apple or Samsung, make sure your newest toy is safely protected. iPhone skins and Samsung Screen protectors provide new phone consumers with the piece of mind knowing their shiny new toys are safer, while the clear film preserves the design of the phone that you fell in love with.

  • What’s Next for Apple?

    Source: Gizmodo

    Source: Gizmodo

    Following the recent iPhone 5 announcement, Apple fans worldwide found that many, if not all of the leaked rumors preceding its release came true. The 4-inch display, A6 processor, new charging connector: almost every plan, blueprint, patent or rumor recently hitting the internet came true at the September 12 announcement of Apple’s latest smartphone.

    Aside from the iPhone 5 rumor mill, Apple fans and critics still expect one more prophecy to come true. For months, rumors have been pointing towards the possibility of not only an iPhone release this fall, but also a miniature version of the iPad. Many believe the anticipated iPad Mini (the most commonly used speculative title) will have the same big-ticket demand as Apple’s other marquee releases this year: the iPad 3, MacBook Pro Retina and recently announced iPhone 5.

    Within the super-competitive tablet market, many Android-based tablet manufacturers have found success branching out and marketing cheaper tablets with smaller displays, like Google’s Nexus 7 tablet and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.0.

    The possibility of a cheaper Apple tablet has market analysts buzzing. Rhonda Alexander from HIS iSuppli told CNET that a smaller price tag could be all that Apple needs to dominate the mini tablet market. The mere idea of a 7-inch iPad has competitors already remarketing their already successful products. Google has heavily invested in advertisements for the $199 Nexus 7 tablet.

    The latest Apple rumors have fans, critics and retailers waiting on the edge of their seats for the latest shred of detail in regards to a new product. The rumors and speculation that preceded the iPhone 5 announcement helped create such demand that some accessory manufacturers began taking pre-orders iPhone screen protectors, cases and cell phone skins before the Sept. 12 announcement.

    With Apple fans still buzzing about Apple’s latest products, what will October hold? What would a new iPad mini mean for those who sell, manufacture or use tablet accessories and iPad Skins? One can only wait and see.

  • What’s the difference between the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4S?

    September 12 has passed and the world has been introduced to the iPhone 5. The announcements are out, the publicity wagon is in full effect, every electronics retailer and apps developer has begun marketing their newest and greatest iPhone products, etc.

    The buzz surrounding a new product release as monumental as the latest iPhone has, to no surprise, shaken the entire tech community. But when you strip out the fluff, what will the next generation Apple product actually bring?

    Some would argue the most innovative smart phone in history. Others would argue the iPhone is another template Apple release with incrementally improved technology and claims to invent what’s already been invented. Whatever your sentiment towards Apple’s iPhone 5, the phone is a huge commodity and there will no doubt be astronomical demand.

    Many of those looking to find an unbiased account of the iPhone 5 are asking one basic question: what’s the big deal? What is the difference between the iPhone 5 and its immediate predecessor, the iPhone 4S?

    Guts

    It’s what’s on the inside that counts, right? One of Apple’s greatest improvements to the latest iPhone is internal. The A6 chip is claimed to be twice as fast with twice the graphics power as the A5. The latest operating system, Apple iOS 6 will hopefully provide efficient use for even the heaviest app users. And last but certainly not least, Apple’s new 4G LTE capabilities have iPhone users everywhere rejoicing in the name of download speed, while wireless carriers prepare to rake in the dollars from the boosted data usage.

    Glamour

    Apple is design first - they always have been and they most likely always will be. The user-friendliness is one thing, the innovative technology is another, but Apple’s primary differentiator is in its aesthetics. So much so that one of the first and most popular rumors circulated before its release was its 4-inch display. This was coupled with Apple’s huge mobile push in display resolution, as the iPhone 5 is the latest release with Apple HD Retina Display resolution.

    iPhone owners - like most all owners of Apple products – invest heavily in smartphone screen protectors and full-bodied skins to protect their expensive toys. If you’re planning to upgrade, get your iPhone 5 screen protector to ensure your shiny new investment stays looking new for a long time to come.

  • September Gadget Round Up

    Welcome to September’s Gadget round up. Here, we bring you the latest and hottest news, rumors, stories and trends for your favorite electronics. This post is all about the new iPhone 5.

    The iPhone 5: What you need to know (from MacWorld)

    The hottest news stories for this month – no, this year – will undoubtedly revolve around the iPhone 5. But after digging through countless reviews, unboxing posts and infographics telling you why the iPhone 5 is a boom or bust, here’s a simpler, straightforward guide on the new iPhone 5. Included are technical specs, cost and carrier options, as well as some sweet product stock images.

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    iPhone 5 Gets More Positive Reaction on Twitter Than 4S (from Mashable)

    Of course, if there’s something new, hot or trending in the social world, Mashable is on top of it. So instead of reading through your traditional reviews of the tech world’s biggest brand – complete with cynics and brand-loyal radicals – take a look at some of the metrics behind iPhone 5 reviews and social media conversations. According to third party studies, approximately 40% of iPhone tweets following the unveiling were positive, where as 49% of iPhone 4S tweets were negative following its October 2011 unveiling.

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    Samsung attacks iPhone in new ad (from CNET)

    Perhaps due to the heat of the election season, tech companies have now jumped on the bandwagon of negative attack advertisements. Samsung and Apple have had a hard time playing nice lately, and in this latest installment of their soap opera relationship, Samsung points out that the newest Apple phone is nothing that they haven’t already done better. But some would argue that they’d like to see those claims hold up in court.

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  • Back to School Tech Guide: Notebooks & Tablets

    It’s time to load up on the latest and greatest gadgets for the pending school year. Last year’s MacBook isn’t the same as this year’s, and the iPad isn’t the only viable tablet anymore. Laptops and tablets are a helpful tool for most students so you need to make sure you stay current on today’s best notebooks and tabs.

    To help you prep for your return to the classroom, here are some of our favorite accessories for back to school tech:

    1. Apple’s MacBook Pro Retina – OK, it may not be the cheapest notebook on the block, but few laptop computers can compete with Apple’s newest line of notebooks. The MacBook Pro with Retina display has more processor speed than a Gazelle and a 15-inch display with more than double the pixels of an HDTV the same size. Whether you desire power or aesthetics, the MacBook Pro can handle almost any need for today’s academic.

    See: Apple Screen Protectors, MacBook Skins

    2. The New iPad – Did somebody say high resolution? Apple’s new iPad, released in March 2012, boasts the first HD display among commercial tablets, along with the same Apple goodies that Mac fans cherish. Not only is it a user-friendly tablet with a sleek, metallic design, but the New iPad also boasts the blazing fast iOS 5.

    See: iPad Skins

    3. Google’s Nexus 7 Tab – Imagine an Android tablet with a quad-core processor, impressive display and Android OS 4.1. Now imagine this with a price tag almost half that of the iPad. You are now imagining the Google Nexus 7 Tab. For the budget-conscious student or parent, Google’s dog in the tablet race offers a serviceable product below market value of elite technologies.

    See: Tablet Skins,  Google Nexus Tab Skins

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