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Sorry for the hiatus!

25 Apr

Readers, sorry for our short hiatus! We will return to our normal review schedule shortly.  We have some great cases to review from Acase, CaseCrown, UCO, Agent 18, Sw-Box, Grove, HardCandy, Evouni, Ego & Company, and many more!  We hope you enjoyed your holiday!

New Reviews Coming Shortly!

2 Apr

Great News! We will be reviewing a case from modulR within the next few days.  The modulR Case + Cover for the iPad is a high quality case and accessory system that allows versatility while keeping the device looking great.  Nodes on the back of the modulR iPad case connect to an ever-expanding line of accessories, allowing you to mount, position, and adapt the iPad to your needs – whatever they are. From your office desk top to the bedroom wall and beyond, modulR lets you take your iPad anywhere in style.  Visit to read about their accessory system.

We will also be reviewing iPhone 4 and iPad cases from Hardcandy.  Be on the lookout for:

  • Hardcandy Superlight Case Review for the iPhone 4
  • Hardcandy Candy Slider Review for the iPhone 4
  • Hardcandy Street Skin Review for the iPhone 4
  • Hardcandy Candy Convertible Review for the iPad 1
  • Hardcandy Sleek Skin Review for the iPad 1

You learn more about these products by visiting or just wait for our in-depth review of all of these products.

Apple Releases iOS 4.3.1

25 Mar

Apple has released iOS 4.3.1 for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, iPad 2, third-, and fourth-generation iPod touch. According to Apple’s release notes, the update fixes an occasional graphics glitch on the fourth-generation iPod touch, resolves bugs related to activating and connecting to some cellular networks, fixes an image flicker issue when using the Apple Digital AV Adapter with some TVs, and resolves an issue authenticating with some enterprise web services, among other big fixes and improvements. iOS 4.3.1 is available now via the Update feature in iTunes.

Sourced from iLounge.

Flex Testing iPad Glass

25 Mar

The folks at iFixYouri had some glass panels from an iPad 1 and an iPad 2 laying around the shop and did some informal tests to see which panel would break under stress. An earlier analysis by iFixit revealed the glass in the iPad 2 was 27% thinner than the iPad 1. The California repair company questioned whether this would affect the durability of the iPad 2’s display. Boston repair shop iFixYouri tries to answer this question in a video that features extreme bending, breaking glass and a catchy soundtrack.

Read on to watch the iFixYouri video and let us know in the comments which display you think holds up better under pressure. Hint: bigger isn’t always better.

Sourced from TUAW.

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25 Mar

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If You Don’t Have an iPhone

24 Mar

Apple recently released their newest advertisement for the iPhone 4.  If you don’t have an iPhone, you don’t have iBooks on your phone, where a good book is just a tap away.  Watch the video from Apple enjoy the good feelings.