In a similar vein to the Hasbro MY3D 360-Degree device which was launched for theiPhone back in April last year. A new device has been created that allows you to view 3D content directly from your iPhone device.
We have featured a wide variety of different devices to amplify the audio from your iPhone, with some requiring additional mains power and some using simply physics.
Now a new iPhone amplifier has been created called the Eco-amp which has been made from FSC Certified 100% Post Consumer paper, and can be folded even after being made-up.
If you are looking for an iPhone case that will allow you to complete submerge your smartphone in water, while still being able to take photographs.
You might be interested in the new driSuit case designed for the iPhone 4 and 4S, that will allow you to take your iPhone to places which would normally kill an unprotected iPhone instantly. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
iPhone owners looking for a convenient way to charge their smartphone, might be interested in a new charging device called the JuiceBuddy which has been developed. Its creators say that their JuiceBuddy is the most portable iPhone charger available worldwide and has been designed as a keychain for ultimate portability.
If you are looking for a remote control unit to help you take photos using your iPhone 4 or 4S smartphone. You might be interested in a new concept called the eyeCLICK, that allows you to takes photos via remote and make sure you are always in the picture.
The eyeCLICK camera remote also comes with a HD camera adapter allowing you to see and use the HD camera on the rear of the iPhone yet still see the screen. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action and hear its designer David Wu talk you through his concept.
Which has been designed to provide your iPhone with extreme shock and drop protection. The new Taktik iPhone case includes a shockproof suspension system that provides a 9mm impact truss around the edgers of your iPhone.
Tinke the wellness monitor designed for iOS devices, was first unveiled back in CES this year, but now the Singapore-based startup Zensorium who imagined up the new devices, have revealed a little more on what the device is capable of.
Once launched Tinke simply plugs into the bottom 30 pin connector of your iPhone, iPad or iPod, and will come with its own companion application, which will be free to download from the iTunes App store.
Shaka has developed a new gadget for Apple’s iPhone which will allow users to measure wind speed, direction and temperature, using a small portable wind meter and iOS app, to record measurement in real-time.
The new Shaka wind meter simply plugs into the 3.5 mm headphone jack on your iPhone, and then communicates the wind speed back to its companion application for you to view.
V-Moda has this week unveiled its new VAMP analog converter and headphone amp design specifically designed for Apple’s iPhone. The VAMP is designed as a case which combines both a dedicated 150mW x 2 Hi-FI amplifier, and Digital-to-Analog convertor (DAC).
Together with optical audio output and 2200mAh battery, within a solid metal casing for Apple’s latest iPhone 4 and 4S smartphones. Providing five times more powerful than the iPhone’s amplifier and up to 8 hours of playback with the extra juice.
GoFusion has created an iPhone dock with integrated wireless Bluetooth handset, in the form of the GoFusion Good Call iG1. Which has been designed to function with Apple’s iPhone 4/4S and 3G/3GS smartphones. The GoFusion Good Call iG1 handset currently supports Bluetooth 2.1, and allows you to pair two devices to the handset simultaneously.
Mophie has just announced a new addition to its lineup of battery pack cases for the iPhone 4 and 4S smartphone, in the form of the new Mophie Juice Pack Pro.
The Juice Pack Pro has been designed by Mophie to add an extra 150 percent of life to your iPhone 4 or 4S. Together with military grade protection keeping your iPhone safe from extreme knocks and bumps that would destroy most iPhone cases.
Back at the beginning of the year we featured the new iCade Mobile smartphone gaming controller that was being developed for Apple’s Apple’s iPhone 4, 4S or iPod Touch devices.
The iCade Mobile gaming controller was expected to arrive in May. But has now started shipping. It connects to devices via Bluetooth and supports over 400 games. Watch the iCade Mobile in action after the jump.