updated 10:50 am EDT, Mon July 9, 2007
Jobs in London, BOOQ case
In brief: Rumors are circulating about a potential forthcoming announcement by Apple CEO Steve Jobs regarding an exclusive iPhone carrier in the UK, BOOQ has unveiled the Anaconda 5 accessory case for Apple's iPhone, and an iPod ad parody has surfaced from India depicting a police officer holding an iPod. One blogger has optimized his WordPress blog for iPhone users without changing the display for computer-based visitors, and Compwave has debuted its new second-generation MiniHitch Multi Mount Mac mini mounting bracket. Apple CEO Steve Jobs yesterday visited the Regent Street Apple Store in London, sparking rumors that the executive is visiting the UK to put the finishing touches on an iPhone contract with an unknown UK-based cellular carrier.
BOOQ unveils Anaconda 5 for iPhone
Accessory maker BOOQ has unveiled the Anaconda 5 (shown at right), a rugged accessory case designed for Apple's iPhone designed to protect the device from scratches as well as excessive wear. The case is made from ballistic nylon as well as neoprene, and is lined with a scratch-resistant material. The case is made to attach to a belt or laptop bag, includes Velcro to keep the case closed, and is priced at $45.
An iPod ad parody has surfaced on the internet depicting an Indian police officer holding an iPod with the words "iKill by Punjab Police" printed to the side.... One blogger has detailed the process of optimizing a WordPress blog for iPhone users without changing the display for computer users.... Compwave has unveiled its new second-generation MiniHitch Multi Mount ($50) bracket for mounting Mac mini systems in a multitude of locations.