6 Must (not) Have iPhone/iPod Accessories
Sometimes innovation isn't really a good thing...
Rock and Roll (of toilet paper)
You have your iPod in your car. You carry your iPod while jogging. But where do you really need music? Yes, you guessed it. The good folks at Atech Flash Technology have come up with the iCarta, an iPod dock complete with bathroom tissue holder. Genius. Pure genius.
Photo courtesy of AFT
Price: $39.99 (a bargain at any price)
When Mittens Fail You
In the areas of the world that actually get a tad nippy when winter rolls around, what is an iPhone user to do? After all, the web is not going to search itself when it's just too cold to take your hands out of your pockets. Enter the solution: Tavo (with an umlaut) Gloves. High-tech hand warmers to keep your digits typing digits. Unlike ordinary gloves, Tavo has "PlayPoint" techology which similates actual tactile touch...so you can use your Clickwheel, touchpad, etc.
Photo courtesy of Tavo
From the Sublime to the Ridiculous
One of the most irritating aspects of using a touchscreen device are the smudges and streaks caused by you (yes, you) and your oily skin. Prepare to keep your screen pristine with the revolutionary, evolutionary Phone Fingers!
Photo courtesy of Phone Fingers
Price: 10 Euros
Call out your inner gangster
For those of you who consider the power of personal technology akin to a weapon, here ya go:
Photo courtesy of eHolster
iPhone case, or in an emergency: kindling.
Miniot has developed some of the nicest looking protective cases I've seen for the iPhone. Then again, I should mention that I grew up in a funeral home. That's right, folks. You can get your own real wood case for your 3G all for the low, low price of 80 pounds sterling.
Price: 80 pounds sterling
Greatest phone accessory...ever
The Tele-Egg kicks it's little feet whenever a call is received. This is no longer manufactured, so scour your eBays and Craigslists.
Photo courtesy of Gadget Storm
Price: 10 pounds sterling