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The Apple iPhone Mirror Screen Protector is a great way to keep your Apple iPhone’s LCD Screen scratch-free and brilliant. Made of durable plastic, the Apple iPhone Mirror Screen Protector protects you Apple iPhone’s screen from scratches and dust, without affecting the touch screen’s sensitivity. A unique feature that separates this screen guard from other ones is that the screen is designed to double as a mirror. The special Apple iPhone Screen Protector reflects just like a regular mirror when the screen is turned off and displays your screen when turned on. Perfect for checking your make-up, your teeth after a meal, or even signaling for help, this handy mirror/ screen protector will keep you looking professional at all times.
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Made of a special, high quality plastic
Doubles as a reflective mirror. Please see the video for a demonstration: Mirror Screen Protector Video
Includes a soft cleaning cloth
Static adhesive does not leave residue
Can be removed and reapplied if necessary
Can be used with all plastic or neoprene cases for maximum protection
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The Wake Me Shake Train Alarm app for iPhones
The Wake Me Shake Train Alarm app for iPhones should be a great app to have for people who have a habit of dozing off when they are mobile on buses or trains. The app requires you to inform it on what station you have to get off or how far away you are from the said station.
After inputting the right parameters, this app will calculate and alert you at the right time when it is time to get off. With the Wake Me Shake Train Alarm app, never miss your stop ever again. The app is developed by Warwick Pearmund and retails for $2.99.
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juice pack air™
As the world’s thinnest rechargeable battery case, the mophie juice pack air™ is designed to
virtually double the time you have to Rock, Talk, Surf and Send with your iPhone 3G or 3GS.
The juice pack air™ is a rechargeable external battery concealed inside of a protective form-fitting case
for the iPhone 3G & iPhone 3GS. It offers you the full protection of a hard-shell case while providing
virtually twice the battery life of the iPhone alone; all in an ultra-thin, light-weight, low-profile design.
upkmann wrote:And what are you see interesting in these pieces of plastic?
PeeWee PC Power 2.0
Rat wrote:upkmann wrote:And what are you see interesting in these pieces of plastic?
PeeWee PC Power 2.0
Far more than we see in spammers. Your post will now be deleted.
quahappy wrote:I was going to buy my wife an iPhone for her recent Birthday but she is quite happy with the LG Cookie she has. Texting and making calls is all that she wants to do as anything else gets too complicated lol.
Honey, I shrunk the iPad
* Disguise your iPhone 4 as a mere child's toy
* Okay, a shrunken child's toy. (Creepy or dainty?)
* Officially licensed Etch-a-Sketch product
You know Apple fanboyism has reached ridiculous levels when a Chinese teenager thought it would be a good deal to swap one of his kidneys for an iPad 2.
According to The Telegraph, a 17-year-old Chinese teenager known only as Zheng sold one of his kidneys on the black market in order to buy an iPad 2. Goddamn Apple fanboys, they’re everywhere!
Zheng recounted the story to Shenzhen TV in the southern province of Guangdong. He explained:
I wanted to buy an iPad 2, but I didn’t have the money. When I surfed the Internet I found an advert posted online by agent saying they were able to pay RMB20,000 [$3,000] to buy a kidney.
Zheng ended up being paid RMB22,000 ($3,400) for his kidney after negotiating with agents and having the operation to remove one of his kidneys in a hospital in the city of Chenzhou in Hunan Province. He used the money to immediately go out and buy an iPad 2 and a new laptop.
The combination of his new purchases and the scar he had on his body aroused the suspicions of his mother. She contacted the police and an investigation was launched. Unfortunately, with one million organ transplants required every year and only 10,000 organs obtained through proper channels, the black market is extensive and well-organized.
Apple products are much in demand in China, being seen as status symbols indicating wealth and class, particularly amongst the young. That desire to fit in by owning the right product to impress your friends obviously isn’t limited to China, but selling your organs to pay for those products could well be.
Apart from the levels of Apple fanboyism in China this story suggests exist now, this also raises serious questions over the effect capitalism is having on China and its youngest residents. Thinking it’s acceptable to sell a body part in order to buy a gadget, a piece of throwaway technology, is surely the ugly side of materialism. I may be knocking a few years off my life but look at the shiny new toy I’ve got in exchange!
http://tech.blorge.com/Structure:%20/20 ... or-ipad-2/
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