While on a trip to Shenzhen last weekend, our crew received a tip from an iPhone accessories supplier that an iPhone 5 prototype had gone missing from the Foxconn factory in Shenzhen Futian district.
Still dreaming for a notebook form factor device that runs iOS? Apple’s MacBook Air with Lion may be a good idea, but there’s never been a better time to turn your iPad 2 into a notebook with just an accessory. Introducing the Aluminum Keyboard Case — a highly portable Bluetooth keyboard for use with an iPad 2, and acts as a case which protects the screen and sides of the iPad. It’s a phenomenal product, so we are pretty sure you would be interested on what does the thing feel like, and how’s that keyboard. And more importantly, how does it look like a MacBook Air? We have the answers to those questions — and many more — in our full review, so read on to find out!
It does the same great thing as the Apple Peel 520, allows you to make calls and send texts on your iPod touch. It’s still a case, but not in silicon rubber, it’s built in hard plastic. It has got better design and finishing, but users still need to jailbreak the iPod touch device first before using it. So what you call this? The tPhone.
We previously reported the magical adapter case, which could transform an iPod touch into iPhone, and we found out that it’s available for sale on Taobao, but you can only pre-order for one now, by giving a deposit of $100 Chinese yuan (about $14).
For around $300 – $500 Chinese Yuan (about $43 – 70), you can purchase this adapter to fit your iPod touch on it, and make calls with it. The launch date of Apple Peel 520 is uncertain, and we are trying to get one to have a full review on it. Please stay tuned.