Of all the questionable iPhone cases I've seen, the Smart Guard certainly raises more than just a few eyebrows. It's designed to protect both the phone with a durable case, and the user with a can of pepper spray.
If you're constantly disappointed with your iPhone 3G, 3GS, or iPod Touch's camera performance in low light scenarios, the iFlash could be just what you need. It's $29.95 and plugs into your iDevice's docking port.
Biana Wofford is accusing Apple of using the iOS 4 upgrade to maliciously cripple the iPhone 3G, boosting sales of the iPhone 4. I don't believe that's true, but the lawsuit makes one excellent point: Apple should enable easy iOS downgrades.
Apple's new Game Center page lists the iOS devices that will let you get involved in this whole playing games with other people thing that's happening soon. Second-generation iPod Touch owners: you're in luck! iPhone 3G owners: you're not!
Gadget cases, wraps and attachments that look like food are among my favorite things in the world. These iPhone 4 food cases appeal for the same reason, even if I don't exactly know what that reason is.
Those of you who've seen your iPhone 3G's performance significantly suffer after upgrading to iOS4 will be pleased to know that Apple is aware of the problem and is looking into it, according to one their spokeswomen. [Wall Street Journal]
If you are considering upgrading your iPhone to a newer model, Mike Hellers and Chris Pinnock made a video that will help you decide: A no-prisoners speed race between the original Jesusphone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 4.