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Steve Jobs trapped inside Carbonite iPhone Case

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2011

We’ve seen our share of iPhone cases, but the Carbonite iPhone Case may be one of the best. Avert your eyes Steve Jobs fans. Your mighty leader has been encased in carbonite. I picture Bill Gates twenty years from now, totally fat like Jabba the Hutt, taking out a bounty on Jobs.

Soon enough Boba Fett catches up to Jobs and there ya go. He’s in carbonite. The Steve Jobs Carbonite iPhone Case will cost you $35.

The iPod Classic will not be discontinued after all

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2011

It had been thought that the iPod Classic would be discontinued. It was introduced nearly ten years ago after all. Last September Apple introduced new iPod models for every line except the iPod classic, so people just assumed it was going to be ditched. The iPod classic is still available, but has not been updated since September of 2009, again fueling speculation.

Well, when you want answers it is best to go straight to the source. So someone emailed Apple CEO Steve Jobs back in September after the device failed to receive an update. Steve responded, telling them that the company has “no plans” to discontinue the iPod classic. You can all rest easy now.

Steve Jobs takes medical leave from Apple

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2011

Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs has just announced that the Apple Board has granted him a medical leave of absence. This leaves Tim Cook to be responsible for the day to day running of Apple while Jobs is away. We don’t have any details about what the medical leave relates too specifically, or how long he will be gone for.

The email that was sent out by Steve Jobs to Apple employees is below, and it does say that he will continue to be involved in Apple’s major decisions, which is great news for everyone.

Steve Jobs responds to iPhone 4 antenna problems

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on June 25th, 2010

As you have heard by now, iPhone 4 owners are having reception issues when the phone is held in a certain way. Apple released an official statement which basically told users not to hold their iPhone 4 in this way. Then Steve laughed and went back to counting money.

When Rory Sinclair emailed Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs, he was told that he was holding his iPhone 4 wrong. Full exchange below.

Apple’s iPad Will Not Tether to iPhone

Posted in iPad by Darrin Olson on March 7th, 2010

Apple iPad will not tether to iPhoneWhile the tech world is anxiously awaiting the launch of Apple’s iPad, a number questions still looming around the exact details of the device and its functionality. One of those questions which was queried directly to Steve Jobs himself was answered today, apparently by Steve Jobs himself.

The Swedish site Slashat.se reports they had sent a question directly to Apple’s CEO asking if the WiFi version of the iPad will support tethering to the iPhone, allowing 3G data access to the iPad. To this the answer came back simply as: “No. Sent from my iPhone.”

The Apple iPad is Official

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2010

Now it’s official and the name of Apple’s mystery tablet is indeed the iPad. Steve Jobs calls the device “very thin”. You can change the homescreen to whatever you want and of course you can browse the web with it. The device has new drop down menus in the mail interface and a large onscreen QWERTY.

Yes, the interface looks just like a huge iPhone. Some other features include the iTunes store built right in as well as YouTube, and YouTube in HD. The scrolling looks super smooth. Jobs casually browsed several sites to demo the device and then demoed email. If you want to send a message, you just hit compose and the keyboard pops up. The typing looks very responsive.

The iPhone Christmas Tree

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 10th, 2009

The iPhone Christmas TreeLet’s say you are really into your iPhone. Let’s say you you worship Steve Jobs. In that case it’s totally understandable to toss out all of the conventional Christmas gear in favor of Apple products. You’ve ditched the nativity in favor of a Macworld diaroma complete with baby Stevus. You hang Apple packaging by the chimney with glee, instead of stockings. You’ve even attached Reindeer antlers to dolls of the Jobs man, pulling a sleigh.

All that’s left is to decorate the tree. Take a cue from the folks over at iPhone Savior, who have decided to decorate their Christmas tree with iPhone decorations and Steve Jobs magazine covers. We suppose you are waiting on the Apple tablet to top the the whole thing off.


Steve Jobs announces iPhone OS 3.1

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on September 9th, 2009

Steve Jobs announces iPhone OS 3.1Apple’s Rock and Roll event is live and Steve Jobs is back on stage for the event. In fact Jobs just announced iPhone OS 3.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch. Here are the highlights. It’s not just bug fixes, it will also feature a bunch of new and improved features.

Features like Bluetooth voice control, remote passcode lock, improved syncing, enhanced iTunes support, direct copy of contact info, new camera APIs, sponsored links and maps, and even improved exchange calendar syncing. Probably the best part of this news is that it will be free, and it’s available as of today.

Plush Jobs will make everything alright

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on April 2nd, 2009

Plush Jobs will make everything alrightYou spend your days wishing and dreaming about new Apple products if you’re an Apple fanboy. The best way to insure that those wishes aren’t just floating aimlessly into the ether, is to get a plush Jobs. He will hold all of your wishes and desires as you snuggle him close. Don’t worry, his stubble isn’t scratchy.

And the next time some gadget blog disses Apple, just whisper sweet nothings to your little plush buddy(In between defending your Mac’s prowess in the comment section) and he will use his otherworldly voodoo mojo to silence those critics. The 17 inch doll is the perfect size to upset your wife as it sleeps between you both. Or if not married, he’ll be your surrogate wife.

SEC to investigate Apple over Jobs’ health?

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on January 22nd, 2009

Apple LogoTo many it seemed odd when rumors of the ailing health of Steve Jobs first started to circulate only to be flatly denied by Apple. With Jobs so integral to the company and the Apple brand, the mere rumor of a health problem for Jobs is enough to make investors and consumer nervous.

It wasn’t long ago that Apple finally had to admit that Jobs had a health issue that was severe enough that he had to step down for an undisclosed period as CEO of Apple. Now rumors are coming in that the SEC may be investigating Apple for possible legal infractions for not disclosing Jobs’ health.

Steve Jobs taking leave of absence from Apple due to health

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2009

Steve Jobs taking leave of absence from Apple due to healthSadly, we kinda saw this one coming. Apple has issued a statement saying that Steve Jobs will be taking a leave of absence due to health reasons. Jobs sent out a letter to Apple employees today that stated that his previously-explained health problems are “more complex” than he first thought, and that he also plans to return in June.

Not to worry, he will still be around for major strategy decisions and the like, and Tim Cook will take over the day-to-day stuff while he’s away. Whether an Apple fan or not, most of us admire the man and what he has accomplished. Here’s to hoping he makes a complete recovery and things get back to normal. Check out the letter below.


Steve Jobs’ health decline reason for canceling Macworld?

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2008

Steve Jobs’ health decline reason for canceling Macworld?So many Apple rumors. Who can keep up with all of them? Most revolve around the latest gadgets from the company. The latest rumors are regarding Apple CEO Steve Jobs decision to not be a part of Macworld, cite to the state of his physical health as the reason. According to sources, “Apple misrepresented the reasons behind Macworld and Jobs’ keynote cancellation.” The real cause is said to be his rapidly declining health.

With this recent alleged news Apple has chosen to remove the “hype factor” instead of letting it later destroy the company when the news of Jobs’ health surfaces later this spring. Apparently, no longer needing Macworld is just a cover designed by the worldwide “loyalty” department.

Apple announces final MacWorld, no Steve Jobs

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on December 16th, 2008

Apple announces final MacWorld, no Steve JobsI guess you could say that it’s the end of an era. Apple just issued a press release saying that this next MacWorld in January will be the last, and sadly Steve Jobs won’t be there. Instead, Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, will be heading it up. It marks an end to the daily conference that has launched some of the most important pieces of consumer tech in recent years.

Apple is reaching more people in more ways than ever before, and trade shows have become a very small part of how Apple reaches its customer base. Also, the increasing popularity of Apple’s Retail Stores factor into it as well. More than 3.5 million people visit them every week. Plus the Apple.com website lets Apple reach more than a hundred million customers around the world.

Steve Jobs bobblehead iPhone dock: Steve is watching you

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 10th, 2008

Steve Jobs bobblehead iPhone dock: Steve is watching you
Somewhat like god, it seems that Steve Jobs is always around in some form. Some guy wasn’t content with his iPhone dock, so this bobblehead sculptor created this interesting looking iPhone dock that features a super-detailed Steve Jobs, so detailed it’s as if he is giving a keynote speech.

Just watch him watching you, talk to him now and then while you are charging(He’ll nod. He’s really listening). He really looks like he has an important announcement to make about an upcoming product that he knows you’ll overpay for. You know he’s still looking a little thin too, especially next to the iPhone.

Keyboarded iPhone headed our way?

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2008

Keyboarded iPhone headed our way?Apparently there is a super secret prototype in the halls of Apple. A prototype of an iPhone with a slide-out keyboard. The idea would be to focus on the BlackBerry market, which is actually pretty smart. According to the Register:

And he has taken this beyond just chatting: actual prototypes – not just mockups – have been sent to senior executives at some operators. I’m not allowed to even hint which operators… but I can report that the keyboard has “issues” which are not yet resolved.

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