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Briefly: MacNN review; giant NYC iPhone [more photos]

updated 10:20 am EDT, Fri June 22, 2007

MacNN review, giant iPhone

In brief: MacNN has reviewed the Luna iPod Alarm Clock from XtremeMac, A photo has surfaced of a giant iPhone covered in semi-transparent film at Apple's 5th Avenue flagship retail store in Manhatten, Sonnet Technologies has unveiled a new case for portable notebooks to protect against spills, Intego has signed a distribution agreement with Conexus Australia's customers through its reseller network, and Native Instruments has launched its "DJ Hardware Guide." MacNN has reviewed the Luna iPod Alarm Clock ($150) from XtremeMac, a dockable alarm system with iPod-like controls and display properties that features an auxiliary input to support iPod shuffles as well as other portable music devices.

Giant iPhone at 5th Avenue

A photo has surfaced of what appears to be a giant iPhone (shown at right) in Apple's flagship 5th Avenue store in Manhatten. The model, which is wreathed in semi-transparent film, will likely serve as a demonstration of the company's forthcoming handset slated for shipment in just seven days.



Other photos of the Apple Store displays have also surfaced:





Sonnet ships notebook protection

Sonnet has begun shipping a new laptop sleeve and screen protector designed for Apple's MacBook, MacBook Pro, and PowerBook G4 (17-inch) notebooks. The company is also offering a Carapace keyboard protector that guards against spills when eating or drinking near valuable portable notebooks.



Intego distribution deal, DJ hardware guide

Mac security specialist Intego has signed a distribution agreement with Conexus Australia, ensuring all of Intego's products will be available to Conexus Australia's customers through its reseller network.... Native Instruments has launched its DJ Hardware Guide, an online resource that provides DJs with practical information about how to best choose as well as set up and operate the components of a computer-based DJ setup.




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  1. burger

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Jebus!

    I thought the iPhone looked big in the pictures! I never expected apple to release such a gigantic device. How would I even carry that thing? It's going to take two cows just to make a leather case for it. Absurd!

  1. PookJP

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Bankrupt!

    Apple has clearly mislead consumers by making the iPhone appear to be a handheld device. An iPhone that big is obviously going to BANKRUPT Apple! It's the end, people! Short the stock! Short the stock!

  1. Fast iBook

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Muahaha!

    Muahaha!!!! I'm staying overnight (the night of the launch) at a hotel 2 blocks from the 5th ave store just so i can get my iPhone. I can't wait!!

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Class Action Lawsuit

    I will sue Apple! I might loose my job because I am so distraught. I am going to get paid on this. It is the American way! Apple is responsible for my happiness

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