It’s no secret that the iPhone is an amazing gadget. The 4s has an 8 megapixel camera, which is pretty incredible when you think about how far cameras have come in the past decade. So when your iPhone makes your digital camera obsolete, you make your iPhone your digital camera. And if you are into the nostalgia of pressing a button on your camera, then you need the POPA iPhone Camera Button (~$78). This iPhone add-on has a metal body with a leather grip, a tripod feature on the bottom, and a big red button that let’s you know exactly where you need to press to take a picture.
Perhaps the greatest testament to an iPad 2 stand’s design is how little it interferes with the functionality of the product. The Magnus ($49.95) might be the winner when it comes to iPad 2 stand design. It is a secure iPad stand that uses magnetics (and a little magic) to keep your iPad 2 upright. It’s super-slim and almost invisible when the iPad is connected. (Ships on 1/24/2012)
It may not exist yet, but we are putting our money behind it whenever the Kickstarter campaign launches. The iPhone 4 Legacy Case ($TBA) is a iPhone case concept from design firm Les Forges MDK that pays homage to the Macintosh 128K from the 1980s. Beige and rainbow have never looked so good together. (via)
In the words of Obama: “The world has lost a visionary. And there may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented.” We will surely miss him, but in order to truly appreciate the genius of Steve Jobs, every man should read Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson ($17.88). The author was hand-picked by the man himself, and it will ensure that his legacy lives on regardless of the amazing inventions he introduced to the world.
Masculine doesn’t mean bland, clunky, and boring, so when you are looking for a new sleeve for your Macbook, go for the Tucano Neoprene Charge_Up Folder ($39.99) for Macbook 13″. This neoprene skin uses the same flat-lock stitching as many top grade diving suits, keeping your Macbook snug and in good shape. And when you are not using your Macbook, you can keep it safe in the sleeve and still charge it using the flap opening that is level with the power-port. (Also comes in Red, Blue, and Purple)
Stop going to meetings with the pale blue smart cover that you bought impulsively when you finally picked up your new iPad 2. If you use your iPad 2 for business, then make it look like you mean business with the J.W. Hulme Co. iPad 2 Smart Cover ($295). This leather sleeve has all the functionality of the original Smart Cover, but with the professional touch of leather. Here’s the kicker, it comes with complimentary embossing to make it personal (so resist the urge to come up with pithy three letter acronyms!).