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For five straight years, I spent an inordinate amount of time staring at the screen of an iPhone. I’m not alone in that, but I am usually quick to buy new models and even quicker to download new operating system updates. Perhaps I’m a little too quick, because earlier this year my enthusiasm got the best of me.
Back in January, we stumbled across one of the most exciting iPhone accessories we’ve seen in years. FLIR took the thermal imaging technology it sells to law enforcement and the military and squeezed it down into a compact iPhone 5/5S case called the FLIR ONE that will finally be available for pre-order starting tomorrow for $US350.
When Apple rolled out the bright lights and party favours for the new iPhone launch, we were lucky enough to get not one, but two new iPhones: the flagship 5s and the colourful 5c. The 5c is still almost a carbon copy of the iPhone 5 under the hood, so which one should you buy? A used iPhone 5 or a shiny new iPhone 5c?
If your holiday involves a scuba adventure to some exotic underwater locale, of course you’re going to want to take photos to make everyone back home jealous. And since the iPhone has become the go-to pocket camera for most tourists, Thanko’s now selling a monstrous, over-engineered case that promises to keep your iPhone bone dry, and functional, to depths of around 100m.
The ’80s might be long gone, but your fond memories of Reebok Pumps, Cabbage Patch Kids and those water-filled sand art pictures will forever live on — at least that last one. Because someone has gone and made an iPhone case backed with hypnotic sand art that’s constantly changing as you move your phone.
When we first got our hands on the Moto X, we were way more impressed than we thought we’d be. We’ve been using and abusing it since then, and we’re happy to say that the good first impression has held up. Forget specs. This is a phone that punches above its weight, and it’s finally coming to Australia.