Shawn from Houston was a bit careless when he opened his iPhone box. Fortunately, the phone works after the fall.
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Here are some videos from iLounge which show some Apple iPhone accessories, ranging from cases to cables, speakers, earphones, and more. These videos provide information on what you can expect from the first wave of accessories in terms of compatibility and features, and several especially interesting products are featured. Watch the videos after the break!
Apple has recently posted a series of short videos that explain how to perform simple tasks on their upcoming iPhone. The videos are “Silence the ring,” “Delete a message,” “Create your favorites list,” “Assign a ringtone,” “More song controls,” “Browse in Cover Flow,” “Magnify to edit,” “Mail preferences,” “Set a passcode,” and “Reset you iPhone.” You can watch them here.
Apple has finally introduced some iPhone accessories that will be available in shops and through the online Apple Store. They are the Bluetooth Travel Cable ($29) the Dual Dock ($49), the TTY Adapter ($9), and the Universal Dock Adapter 3-Pack ($9). The Bluetooth headset announced at Macworld in January is now rated at 5.5 hours of continuous talk with 72 hours of standby. The device retails for $129 but includes both the Dual Dock and the Bluetooth Travel Cable. Other announcements today include replacements for the iPhone’s bundled Dock ($49), USB cable ($19), Stereo Headset ($29), and direct compatibility with the existing iPod-oriented USB Power Adapter ($29). Hit the jump for more details.