Since a lot of iOS owners are also Mac owners, and ALL iOS developers need to run Mac OS X, you might want to check out the bundle at BundleHunt.com. There are icons and vector graphics that should be useful for developing apps and websites, but I'm particularly interested in the BannerZest program that lets you create snazzy banner ads. They claim the bundle is worth $1100, and while you might not need everything in the bundle, the odds are you'll want a few, and for $50, the price is right.
I am typing this on the beautifully designed and well-crafted Skinny Slim Keyboard case for the iPad 2, from Hatch & Co. ($90 at http://www.HatchnCo.com) Unlike most bluetooth keyboard and case combinations, the Skinny is sleek, svelte, and is almost as slim as traditional folio cases that lack a keyboard. This is possible because the keyboard is a membrane style, with almost no height to the keys whatsoever, just a slight raised outline for each key.
Kogeto: The name is inspired by, and reminiscent of Cogito Ergo Sum, Latin for "I think, therefore I am." But the phrase that comes to mind when I tried Kogeto's DOT camera gizmo is "A picture is worth a thousand words." Indeed, the Kogeto is worth more, because it lets you create panoramic views that are really interactive videos. You can swipe your finger to pan in any direction and see the view as if a videocamera was pointed in that direction, at that time. This is accomplished through a special lens attachment that snaps right on to your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S.
When I first saw an early version of Photo Table, I was instantly reminded of Microsoft's Surface which itself is designed to remind users of how we used to handle photographs, before the digital age. Here, in Rochester, New York, that was the golden age for the one-time largest local employer, Kodak. Remember ordering prints from "film" and then opening the envelope and scattering them across a table for viewing? Now, we see photos instantly and rarely print them. Even then, if we print them, it's the ones we specifically wanted in hardcopy.
Steve Jobs was a fan of Dieter Rams of Braun fame. So is Jonathan Ive, head of Apple's Design team. I think they would both be proud of the Cdock, which encloses the beloved iPhone 4 but doesn't obstruct the phone's design. Instead, the Cdock complements the iPhone 4, with several different design options, specifically black, white, brushed aluminum (or as Ive would say "Aluminium") or walnut. Any of these would look right at home in the Apple store. Indeed it makes decided hard.
Logitech has a ton of accessories for your PC, Mac, and tablets, and it just got bigger with Logitech - Fold-Up Bluetooth Keyboard for Apple® iPad® 2. Speaking of getting bigger, the keyboard gets bigger, expanding to a full-size touch-typable keyboard. It's a trick right out of a Transformers' movie and it doesn't get old. I used it a recent TED conference and my iPad-toting colleagues were appreciative... and jealous. I even brought it out at a Microsoft Windows Phone event, just for kicks!
I must admit I was skeptical of the ePillow, when I first saw it. After all, the Internet is full of wannabe vendors, who take everyday items, add an i or e prefix, and charge twice the price, hoping to capitalize on the iPad frenzy.
If you're an app developer, as I am, once you start to get a decent amount of sales, you start looking for a way to track those sales so you can do some analysis. For a long time, I tried various web services. They had a nice advantage as they automatically downloaded your sales reports and created charts, without your having to do anything. But if you have a lot of apps, as I do, web services can be expensive, as they typically charge per month and per app... even for free ones. So a friend told me about AppViz from IdeaSwarm, and I've been using it every day for a couple of years now.
Improvise, adapt, overcome. A good motto for Marines, and for iPhone accessories! iDapt
offers a novel approach to charging your iPhone and other accessories. Face it, most of us have either multiple phones (iPhone or otherwise) or multiple devices to charge such as a Bluetooth earpiece.
I get to use a lot of different cases, so the fact that I've settled on one, for both my iPad 2 and iPhone 4S is pretty significant. The Zerochroma cases have some nice features that really meet my needs. For starters, they have a nice texture that has just the right balance of smoothness and grip. But the real differentiator is the built in swivel stand that adjusts to just about every position you could want, making them great for airplane meal trays, office desks, nightstands, etc. and they are available in black or white, for iPhone and iPad.