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[24 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]

I have been using RichardSolo 1800 for quite some time now and all I have to say is it packs quite a punch when it comes to holding the charge and charging the iPhone efficiently. Mophie juice pack performed great when it came to performance and the real winner may be decided on the design. RichardSolo, despite being compact had a terrible implementation. Just imagine using an iPod Nano to charge your iPhone! The connection can be very unstable since it is latched at the end of the iPhone and …

battery, Deal, Deals, Review »

[7 Feb 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

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A wonderful alternative to battery woes on the iPhone; Mophie Juice pack may well be shipped your way this valentine’s day. I published a video review at Mophie Juice Pack’s launch and now you have an opportunity to grab one for FREE (a $99 value)!
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3G, battery, iPhone 3G, Review »

[17 Oct 2008 | 11 Comments | ]

Mophie Juice Pack is an absolute godsend given the fact that my iPhone 3G repeatedly gave up on me on numerous occassions. What good is all the technology if it cannot last for one day ( I mean 9 AM to 9PM at the least!) with regular usage (Emails, Camera, Apps, Safari, GPS) ? I started using the iPhone less frequently when I am on the go ( on a trip, …) trying to preserve the battery but doesn’t it defeat the purpose of owning the BEST gadget on planet …

battery, digital battery »

[7 Aug 2008 | 16 Comments | ]

Any iPhone user will definitely use the iPhone not just as a phone but  alot more – games included. And with more openGL 3D applications to play with, iPhone’s battery life is seriously taking a big hit. Just imagine using your iPhone on a train journey with all those GPS, Location aware features, games, internet and a lot more.
The idea is to conserve the battery charge rather than use a 3rd party add-on which might cost like $100! While we all know the basics of conserving iPhone’s battery, let me …

battery, iPhone 3G »

[10 Jul 2008 | One Comment | ]

iFixit has done what they are so good in – cracking open to find the traces of hardware used! They travelled all the way to Auckland to lay their hands on the 3G iPhone which was released first in NZ for a change (time zone game!). Hardware is so much more sophisticated if not for way too many changes. Just that you don’t need to be an electronics major now to use the solder iron the iPhone 3G.
Join the iPhone 3G ride with iFixit now!
The screws are there on purpose …