In less than 24 hours, the first UK IPAD Air customers will be walking out of stores across the land with their new hotness, but for those looking for something a little more subsidized, Three might have you covered. Leaving it almost as late as possible, the carrier has announced pricing for the IPAD Air and associated data plans. If you’re going subsidized, then you’re looking at dropping at least £119 up front. For that, you’ll get a 16GB WiFi + Cellular IPAD Air with 15GB of data per month for two-years, at a monthly rate of £29. Pay £179 up front for the same IPAD Air and you’ll drop the monthly cost down to £25. Prices monthly remain the same and with 15GB of data for the 32GB and 64GB models, but prices up front then start from £219 and £289 respectively. And of course, these prices will include 4G LTE when Three launches it sometime in December. If you’re OK with buying your IPAD Air outright – either from Apple or from Three – then you’re open to a pretty good 10GB 1-month rolling contract for just £15 per month. The IPAD Air will go on sale both online and in-stores at Three tomorrow, November 1. The IPAD mini with Retina Display will follow later in November, though when is still anybodies guess. We’ll update with pricing as and when we learn more. So, anyone buying this way? IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini buyers guide Source: Three IPAD Air Apple’s full-sized IPAD gets slimmed down. Features include: A7 custom processor Improved LTE 4G support FaceTime HD camera iOS 7 software Complete preview > Released November, 2013 Alternatives Retina IPAD mini, IPAD 2 Replacements IPAD Air 2 (IPAD 6) Fall, 2014 Resources Buyers guide Help forum        

Source: Three UK announces iPad Air pricing, starts at £119 up front – The IPhone Blog

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Right on cue, the IPAD Air has gone on sale in Australia, China and Hong Kong via each nations respective Apple stores. So far shipping is looking good for Australia and China, with shipping within 24 hours currently available across all models. In Hong Kong, shipping is 1-2 weeks at the moment. So, IPAD day has begun for some of us, so if you’re somewhere where the IPAD Air has now gone on sale and you bought one, drop us a line in the comments and tell us what you got, or jump into the iMore Forums and carry on the discussion! Better still, if you’re about to head out somewhere to get in line, then do it with iMore! iMore IPAD Air forums Official waiting in line for the IPAD Air forums party Are you going to order the IPAD Air? IPAD Air Apple’s full-sized IPAD gets slimmed down. Features include: A7 custom processor Improved LTE 4G support FaceTime HD camera iOS 7 software Complete preview > Released November, 2013 Alternatives Retina IPAD mini, IPAD 2 Replacements IPAD Air 2 (IPAD 6) Fall, 2014 Resources Buyers guide Help forum        

Source: iPad Air goes on sale in Australia, Hong Kong and China via online stores – The IPhone Blog

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Google’s Chromecast is a ridiculously cheap and easy way of getting content to your TV from your IPHONE, but supported content is still extremely limited. One such service that has now been allowed through the gates is Pandora, with the switch flipped and now you’re able to launch your Pandora stations on your TV from your iOS device. The change seems to have been done server side, and all that’s required is a copy of the latest version of Pandora – which you’ll find at the handy download link below. It’s a great addition to the Chromecast stable, though it is U.S. only. But then, so is the Chromecast itself, officially. If you’ve already taken this for a test drive, let me know how you’re finding it. Free – Download Now Source: Google via Android Central        

Source: Pandora for iOS now pumps your radio stations to Chromecast – The IPhone Blog

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Le jeudi est le jour des sorties des nouveaux jeux sur l’App Store ! Voici donc notre un article dédié, comme chaque semaine, dans lequel est présentée une sélection des derniers jeux proposés sur IPHONE et souvent sur IPAD également. Cette semaine, une sélection avec des jeux tels que Thor : Le Monde des Ténèbres, Anomaly 2, Pocket God: Ooga Jump, Papa Sangre II, et d’autres à découvrir en vidéos ci-dessous : Thor : Le Monde des Ténèbres Thor doit empêcher les Elfes Noirs de faire sombrer l’univers dans les ténèbres. Alliez vos forces avec celles des plus grands guerriers d’Asgard pour vous lancer dans une quête épique. Retrouvez Thor : Le Monde des Ténèbres pour IPHONE et IPAD gratuitement ici sur l’App Store Anomaly 2 Prenez la tête du convoi Yukon dans un univers post-apocalyptique et combattez pour la survie de l’humanité contre des machines extra-terrestres dans une campagne solo épique. Retrouvez Anomaly 2 pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 4,49 € ici sur l’App Store Pocket God: Ooga Jump Incarnez une divinité bienveillante de poche (à la taille des pygmées). Retrouvez Pocket God: Ooga Jump pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 0,89 € ici sur l’App Store Papa Sangre II Un jeu de type survival horror qui repose entièrement sur votre ouïe. Tout commence par votre fin. Vous êtes mort et devez pourchasser vos souvenirs pour revenir à la vie. Retrouvez Papa Sangre II pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 3,59 € ici sur l’App Store Axes & Allies Pile pour Halloween, un RPG dans lequel vous commanderez une bande d’Orcs contre … des vampires. Retrouvez Axes & Allies pour IPHONE et IPAD gratuitement ici sur l’App Store La Course d’Astro Boy Atom le puissant Astro Boy et sa jolie petite sœur robot Uran lancés dans un jeu de course et d’action Retrouvez La Course d’Astro Boy pour IPHONE et IPAD gratuitement ici sur l’App Store BIT.TRIP RUN! Un jeu de plateforme dans lequel il faut courir sur le rythme de la musique. Retrouvez BIT.TRIP RUN! pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 3,59 € ici sur l’App Store Chippy Un jeu de simulation, gestion de restaurant. Retrouvez Chippy pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 2,69 € ici sur l’App Store Everyday Spelunker Retenez votre respiration tout en manœuvrant pour éviter les chauves-souris, araignées, serpents et autres horreurs qui rôdent à travers les quatre niveaux. Retrouvez Everyday Spelunker pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 3,59 € ici sur l’App Store Monster Loves You! Une histoire interactive dans laquelle Incarnez un monstre et devrez choisir ce que vous allez manger … ou pas. Retrouvez Monster Loves You! pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 2,69 € ici sur l’App Store NinJump Rooftops Un jeu de course à la sauce Ninja. Retrouvez NinJump Rooftops pour IPHONE et IPAD gratuitement ici sur l’App Store Runaway: The Dream Of The Turtle Part2 Alors qu’ils passent quelques vacances sous les tropiques d’Hawaï, notre couple d’amoureux se retrouve séparé au dessus des chutes Tiki lors d’une balade en avion qui tourne mal. Gina restant introuvable, Brian devra remuer ciel et terre pour retrouver sa douce moitié disparue. Retrouvez Runaway: The Dream Of The Turtle Part2 pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 4,49 € ici sur l’App Store Soccer Moves Progressez de débutant à professionnel dans l’univers du foot alors que vous disposez d’un nombre de gestes limité pour passer, courir et tirer tout en évitant ces défenseurs pour marquer le but parfait. Retrouvez Soccer Moves pour IPHONE et IPAD gratuitement ici sur l’App Store Ultraman Galaxy Un jeu de casse-tête et de slot machine intégrant des batailles de cartes, du role playing (RPG) et des éléments sociaux. Retrouvez Ultraman Galaxy pour IPHONE et IPAD gratuitement ici sur l’App Store Vampire Ventures Un jeu de Match 3 avec des pièges et des batailles contre des vampires. Retrouvez Vampire Ventures pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 1,79 € ici sur l’App Store Vlad Vlad est né sous terre mais a toujours voulu atteindre un jour les nuages. Aidez-le à réaliser son rêve le plus fou. En prenant le contrôle de son environnement et en déplaçant les blocs, aidez Vlad à tracer sa route vers l’esprit qui habite chaque monde afin de débloquer le niveau suivant. Retrouvez Vlad pour IPHONE et IPAD au prix de 0,99 € ici sur l’App Store Voilà, c’est tout pour aujourd’hui. :-) Tentés par une ou plusieurs nouveautés ? source Suivez l’actualité iPhon.fr Devenez fan sur Facebook Suivez nous sur Twitter Abonnez vous au fil RSS Vous aimez ? Partagez ! Browser not compatible with iframes

Source: Sorties du jour : 16 nouveaux jeux iPhone et iPad en vidéos dont Thor, Anomaly 2, etc … – IPhon

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Arcadie Go : une coque iPhone très joueuse

Posted by phil under IPAD, IPhon on Jeudi oct 31, 2013

Si nous attendons toujours les annonces officielles des manettes de jeux pour IPHONE malgré les rumeurs en provenance de Logitech par exemple, il existe d’autres alternatives pour aider les joueurs … même si elles relèvent parfois du bricolage. Ainsi, la marque Arcadie, à qui l’on doit la mini borne d’arcade IPHONE vue ici (vendue là) propose une coque pour IPHONE intégrant des boutons physiques, capable de passer du statut de simple coque à manette de jeu : Si vous ne pouvez pas vous passer de jouer dès que vous avez un peu de temps libre, vous avez sans doute déjà pesté contre le tactile qui fait manquer un saut ou un tir fatidique, du fait de l’absence de retour sur le positionnement des doigts à l’écran. Arcadie a pensé aux joueurs invétérés en proposant une coque réversible : en position normale, c’est une coque en silicone avec comme décoration à l’arrière quelques boutons, un peu à la manière d’une Game Boy. Et ensuite ? Il suffit de placer la coque à l’envers, sur l’écran pour qu’elle devienne une accessoire de jeu. Évidemment, il faut également des jeux compatibles avec l’emplacement des commandes. A priori, il y en a quelques uns sur l’app Store, ce sont ceux compatibles avec la borne d’arcade Arcadie : Space Invaders disponible ici, Ping (Pong) gratuit là, Blasteroids également gratuit là, Arcadie hop Along, ou encore Tanks Pas de Bluetooth ni de WIFI réclamés puisque les boutons sont en contact direct avec l’écran. La coque Arcadie GO est disponible en deux modèles, pour IPHONE 4/4s et 5/5s , l’une d’elle est proposée à la vente ici au prix de $16. Retrouvez également le site du fabricant là si vous êtes tenté. Et pour les fans de rétro gaming aux petits doigts, la mini borne d’arcade Arcadie pour IPHONE 4/4S est vendue seulement 13,58 euros ici En rapport avec cet article, retrouvez  : plus de 1200 accessoires IPHONE déjà référencés par iPhon.fr. plus de 130 tests d’ accessoires. notre sélection d’accessoires IPHONE et IPAD Des bons de réduction iPhon.fr source

Source: Arcadie Go : une coque iPhone très joueuse – IPhon

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En avion, nombreux sont ceux qui regrettent d’avoir à éteindre les appareils électroniques avant le décollage ou l’atterrissage. Mais ceci pourrait bientôt devenir de l’histoire ancienne avec la décision annoncée aujourd’hui par l’organisme de régulation américain FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). On en avait parlé ici, c’est désormais officiel, les IPHONE, IPAD et autres appareils électroniques pourront rester en fonctionnement durant toutes les phases du vol. Il y a tout de même quelques restrictions bien compréhensibles : Ainsi, pas question de téléphoner à grand-même pour lui raconter le décollage en direct, les appareils devront être en mode "avion" ie ne pas utiliser le reseau téléphonique, ni le WiFi hormis celui proposé à bord le cas échéant. Les appareils ne pourront pas non plus être laissés posé sur une tablette, si ils sont utilisés, ils devront être tenu en main ou rangés pour ne pas risquer de se promener en cas de mouvements intempestifs de l’avion. Par contre, et c’est une bonne nouvelle, le Bluetooth serait autorisé, cela permettra de profiter des casques sans fil. Cette décision ne sera pour autant pas appliquée immédiatement, car chaque compagnie aérienne volant sur le territoire des états-unis devra l’intégrer, si et quand elle le souhaite, à ses propres procédures. Malheureusement, ceci ne concerne pas (encore) l’Europe même si on peut imaginer que la décision Américaine pourra avoir des incidences ailleurs dans le futur. Source Suivez l’actualité iPhon.fr Devenez fan sur Facebook Suivez nous sur Twitter Abonnez vous au fil RSS Vous aimez ? Partagez ! Browser not compatible with iframes

Source: US : iPhone, iPad et autres désormais utilisables durant toutes les phases de vol – IPhon

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Today Only: Purchase the Incipio Lexington Folio Case for IPAD mini and save 44% The Lexington Hard Shell Folio Case protects your IPAD mini with a vegan leather exterior combined with a rigid plextonium frame that can unfolded to offer multiple viewing angles for easy and comfortable typing. The interior features a microsuede lining to ensure that the screen stays free from scratches while inside the case. List Price: $34.99      Today Only: $19.49 Learn More and Buy Now Need more options? Check out our entire selection of IPAD mini cases at the iMore Store!        

Source: Deal of the Day: Incipio Lexington Hard Shell Folio Case for iPad mini – The IPhone Blog

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iPad Air and Retina iPad mini buyers guide

Posted by phil under IPAD, The IPhone Blog on Jeudi oct 31, 2013

Everything you need to know before choosing your perfect IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini color, capacity, carrier, and more! There’s a lot to consider before you buy or upgrade to a new tablet, even a new IPAD. What’s more important, portability or productivity? Can you live with an older, cheaper model or do you really need a newer, more expensive version? Which color, what capacity, and if you want cellular data, on which carrier? There’s never been more to choose from, which means it’s never been harder to choose! Enter iMore’s 2013 IPAD buyers guide. We’ll go over all the details, all the options, and help you decide on which IPAD is perfect for you. And if you’ve already decided, just bookmark, email, Facebook, or Tweet this so we can help your friends and family and you can get on with enjoying your new IPAD! IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini: Should you upgrade? How to sell – and get the most money for! – your old IPAD before upgrading to an IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini IPAD vs. Galaxy vs. Nexus vs. Kindle vs. Surface: Which tablet should you get? IPAD Air vs. MacBook Air: Which Apple portable should you get? IPAD Air vs. Retina IPAD mini vs. IPAD 2 vs. IPAD mini: Which IPAD model should you get? Silver vs. space gray: Which IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini color should you get? 16GB vs. 32GB vs. 64GB vs. 128GB: Which IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini storage capacity should you get? Rogers vs. Bell vs. TELUS: Which Canadian IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini carrier should you get? AppleCare+ vs. insurance vs. nothing: Which IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini protection plan should you get? IPAD evolution Since Steve Jobs first unveiled it at a special event in 2010, the IPAD has improved steadily in one way or another. The IPAD 2 was thinner, lighter, and faster. The IPAD 3 got a Retina display and LTE. The IPAD 4 went Lightning. The IPAD mini dropped back to IPAD 2 tech, but in a much smaller form factor. The above chart shows the evolution of the IPAD from the original to the latest Retina IPAD mini and IPAD Air, including pricing and capacity at launch. While what you paid for it when you got it might vary, you can check your current model and see how it compares to the ones available now. IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini: Should you upgrade? When a new IPAD hits the market – or two IPADs, as is the case right now – one of the hardest decisions we face is whether or not to upgrade from and original IPAD, IPAD 2, IPAD 3, IPAD mini, or IPAD 4 to the latest and greatest. If you have unlimited funds, you can just buy everything, all the time. Most of us don’t, however, so we need to check out the new features of the IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini, see how they compare to what we already have, and decide if the difference is worth the price of an entirely new device, a price that starts at $399 and $499 and goes well up from there. So, is there enough value to justify the cost? IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini: Should you upgrade? How to sell – and get the most money for! – your old IPAD before upgrading to an IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini If you plan on upgrading to an IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini, selling your old IPAD is a no brainer. Apple products hold their resale value very well. If you’ve taken good care of your IPAD, you should have no problem finding it a new home and putting some cash in your pocket while doing it. Selling the old really does help you afford the new. If you’re not sure how to sell, or if you just want to make sure you get the most money, or save yourself the most time and effort, possible, here’s everything you need to know! How to sell – and get the most money for! – your old IPAD before upgrading to an IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini IPAD vs. Galaxy vs. Nexus vs. Kindle vs. Surface: Which tablet should you get? Apple has flipped the tables – er, tablets – and not only managed to cram a 2048×1536 display into the 7.9-inch Retina IPAD mini, but managed to cram a full-sized 9.7-inch display into the new IPAD Air. But is either of them to right tablet for you? While everyone here at iMore certainly believes the IPAD is still the best tablet for most people, most of the time, there are rare exceptions where an alternative tablet might suit your specific needs better. The IPAD may have the best overall user experience, the highest quality apps and games, the widest range of services, the biggest selection of accessories, and the best customer support, but there are also things the IPAD doesn’t offer that other tablets do, like subsidized hardware pricing, digitizer support, Microsoft compatibility, or simply no Apple about them. How do you know which one is for you? IPAD vs. Galaxy vs. Nexus vs. Kindle vs. Surface: Which tablet should you get? IPAD Air vs. MacBook Air: Which Apple portable should you get? Apple now has two products designated as \ »Air\ », the MacBook Air, updated last June with the latest generation Intel Haswell processors, and the brand new IPAD Air, introduced in October with a custom Apple A7 chipset. Both are ultra light, super thin, and incredibly long lasting, but one has a keyboard and runs OS X and the other a multitouch and iOS 7. Both can be absolutely killer on a plane, in an office, or around the house. But which one is better for you? IPAD Air vs. MacBook Air: Which Apple portable should you get? IPAD Air vs. Retina IPAD mini vs. IPAD 2 vs. IPAD mini: Which IPAD model should you get? Once you’re sure you’re buying an IPAD and now, the next step is to decide which IPAD you’re going to get. And this year, it’s a tougher decision than ever. The new IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini are identical in every way but screen size, 7.9- vs. 9.7-inches the only differentiator. If money is incredibly tight, though the old IPAD 2 is a bit cheaper, and the old IPAD mini, a cheaper still. No matter which one you choose, however, you’ll be paying hundreds of dollars. Either a few, or a lot. So do you go with big or small, old or new? Which IPAD should you get? IPAD Air vs. Retina IPAD mini vs. IPAD 2 vs. IPAD mini: Which IPAD model should you get? Silver vs. space gray: Which IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini color should you get? Unlike the pop-art inspired IPHONE 5c, Apple’s IPAD line remains discreetly metallic when it comes to color schemes. It’s not as bad as 2010, mind you, when you could have your choice of color, as long as it was black. Now you can get a silver back with white faceplate, or a space gray back with a black faceplate. And you can get either finish on either new IPAD, the IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini. (The space gray replaces last year’s slate gray, likely because it’s tougher and easier to anodize.) So which color is better for you? Silver vs. space gray: Which IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini color should you get? 16GB vs. 32GB vs. 64GB vs. 128GB: Which IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini storage capacity should you get? Apple offers four different storage sized options for the new IPAD Air and Retina IPAD mini, ranging from a paltry 16GB to an enormous 128GB – literally 8 times the capacity! Every step up in capacity, however, comes with a matching $100 step up in price. That might seem like a pretty straightforward bit of math, but it really isn’t! Figuring out how much storage you really need, and how much you can afford is really important. It’s the difference between a great experience and a lot of frustration. So what’s the deal? 16GB vs. 32GB vs. 64GB vs. 128GB: Which IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini storage capacity should you get? Speed vs. reliability vs. value: Which IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini carrier should you get? AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile in the U.S. Rogers vs. Bell vs. TELUS in Canada. Three vs O2 vs EE vs Vodafone in the U.K. And many more around the world. Then there are various discount carriers, regionals, and MVNOs. It’s a mess! How do you know which carrier will give you the fastest data speeds, or the most reliable connections, or simply the best value for your money? It all comes down to where you live, work, or go to school, and what options work best in your specific area. However, there’s a lot of broad generalities that can apply. Here are some of the most important, broken down by country! Rogers vs. Bell vs. TELUS: Which Canadian IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini carrier should you get? O2 vs Vodafone vs Three vs EE: Which UK IPAD Air or IPAD mini carrier should you get? Apple Store vs. other stores: Where should you buy your IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini? So now that you know what you’re getting, how about where? Carrier compatibility aside, the IPAD you get will be the same, but the customer service you receive can vary greatly. Also, if you have specific loyalty rewards at a certain carrier or company, that can change the deal you get. Apple Retail: If you have an Apple Retail Store in your area, you can go there, and if it’s in stock, leave with your new IPAD right away. They also offer help with your purchase and will even help you get set your new IPHONE up free of charge. If you’re worried about protecting your investment, they can also get you setup with AppleCare, and their Genius Bar can help you with hardware problems in the future. Corny as it sounds, It’s not just shopping, it’s an experience. Apple Retail has the best customer service in the business and it shows. There are no discounts, however, not ever. (Though your carrier discounts can still apply. Apple Online: If there’s no Apple Retail store near you there’s also Apple Online in many countries. Again, no discounts but you’re dealing directly with Apple. If there are any shortages or shipping delays, you can still order and they’ll get it out to you as soon as stock allows. Carrier stores and big box retailers: If you want brick-and-morter but don’t have an Apple Store nearby, your carrier will often have one or several stores in your area. If you want a cellular model, drop buy or get it shipped to you. Big box and chain retailers, everything from Best Buy to the Shack to Tesco also carry IPADs. If you have loyalty points or they’re just super convenient, check them out as well. Shady operators also try to sell discount IPADs, sometimes devices that aren’t even really IPADs but cheap — and highly breakable — knockoffs. It goes without saying you should avoid those. Any deal too good to be true probably is. If you save money only to end up with a phone that doesn’t run iOS and may not even run on your carrier you really just wasted your money. AppleCare+ vs. insurance vs. nothing: Which IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini protection plan should you get? If you plan on picking up a new IPAD Air, a Retina IPAD mini, or one of the cheaper, previous generation IPADs, one of the last – but most important – things you have to decide is whether or not you’d like to get some kind of insurance to protect your investment, whether it be AppleCare+, third party, or something else. There are lots of factors that can play a part in your decision, such as how long you plan on keeping your IPAD before upgrading, and how careful you are with it. Here’s what you need to know! AppleCare+ vs. insurance vs. nothing: Which IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini protection plan should you get? Need more help? If there’s any detail you’re still not 100% sure about, or any question you’d still love to get answered before you buy your brand new IPAD Air or Retina IPAD mini, we have fantastic information pages that are always kept up-to-the-minute, and amazing community forums filled with experts for you to talk with. Bookmark them and check back often! And once you’ve decided, let us know in the comments – which IPAD did you get and why? IPAD Air: Everything you need to know IPAD Air: Help and discussion forum Retina IPAD mini: Everything you need to know Retina IPAD mini: Help and discussion forums        

Source: iPad Air and Retina iPad mini buyers guide – The IPhone Blog

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iMore show LIVE! 8am PT, 11am ET – Join us!

Posted by phil under IPAD, The IPhone Blog on Jeudi oct 31, 2013

Join Peter, Richard, and me for the live version of our IPAD Air and IPAD mini buyers guide! We’ll be talking through upgrading, which models to get, how they compare, choosing the right capacity, color, and carrier, and more!        

Source: iMore show LIVE! 8am PT, 11am ET – Join us! – The IPhone Blog

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Opération « je charge mon iPhone avec un Légo »

Posted by phil under French IPhone on Jeudi oct 31, 2013

Pourquoi se priver de l’offre spéciale (valable jusqu’a lundi soir) à 29,95€ au lieu de 59,95€ pour offrir à votre smartphone 4200mAh de bonheur.   C’est vrai que   »le bonheur c’est simple comme un coup de batterie »  (surtout avec un IPHONE).   La batterie LeTouch Power Stone est « bipolaire » enfin surtout dual USB ce qui [...]

Source: Opération « je charge mon iPhone avec un Légo » – French IPhone

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