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Verizon iPhone 4 Preorders, Galaxy Tab Sales Actually 'Quite Small', The Daily Launched, and More

This Week's iPad, iPhone, iPod, and Apple TV News

Compiled by Charles Moore and edited by Dan Knight - 2011.02.07

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Verizon iPhone 4 Available for Preorder

PR: Apple has announced an exclusive opportunity for Verizon Wireless 94 million customers to preorder iPhone 4 online as of Thursday, February 3 through the Apple Store and at verizonwireless.com/iphone. Due to high demand, customer orders will be fulfilled on a first come, first served basis.

Beginning on Wednesday, February 9, all qualified customers will be able to order an iPhone 4 on Verizon through the Apple Store for delivery or reserve for in-store pick up beginning February 10.

Beginning at 7 a.m. local time on Thursday, February 10, iPhone 4 on Verizon will be available to all qualified customers at Apple's retail stores. iPhone 4 will also be available at more than 2,000 Verizon Wireless Communication Stores nationwide.

iPhone 4 is the most innovative phone in the world, featuring Apple's stunning Retina™ display, the highest resolution display ever built into a phone resulting in super crisp text, images and video, and FaceTime, which makes video calling a reality. iPhone 4 also features a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, HD video recording, Apple's A4 chip and a beautiful glass and stainless steel design like no other mobile phone. Verizon Wireless customers will also enjoy new Personal Hotspot capabilities allowing them to use iPhone 4 to connect up to five WiFi enabled devices.

iPhone 4 on the Verizon Wireless network will be available for a suggested retail price of $199 for the 16 GB model and $299 for the 32 GB model with a new two year agreement. iPhone 4 will be available through the Apple Store, at Apple's retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers. iPhone 4 will also be available at more than 2,000 Verizon Wireless Communication Stores nationwide, online at verizonwireless.com/iphone, select retail partners, and by calling 1-800-2 JOIN IN.

Apple Crushing Competition in Sales and Profits

Seeking Alpha's Leigh Drogen acknowledges that Google's Android operating system has caught up to Apple's iOS and will continue to increase its market share, but anyone who believes operating system market share loss means Apple is losing its footing in the mobile race are completely wrong. When it comes to real things like revenue, profits, and stock price, it means little because Apple makes its money selling hardware.

Samsung Will Ship Half Its Processors to Apple in 2011

Computerworld's Jonny Evans says:

"Apple and Samsung are old frenemies. The last thing Samsung wants to do is damage Apple's 'iBusiness', despite the popularity of its own Android-powered Galaxy range. Samsung will this year quadruple the number of advanced mobile processors it sells to Apple - handing over half its manufacturing output to Cupertino's ascendant iOS family."

Tablets to Consume Nine Times as Much DRAM in 2011

The Register's Chris Mellor reports:

"Research house IHS iSuppli says tablet computers will need nine times more DRAM this year than last."

Publisher's note: The iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone 3GS have 256 MB of DRAM, and the iPhone 4 has 512 MB.

Samsung: Galaxy Tab Sales to End Users Actually 'Quite Small'

AppleInsider's Daniel Eran Dilger reports:

"After boasting last fall that sales of its Galaxy Tab were 'faster than expected' and had reached 2 million, Samsung has now admitted to analysts that its figures were only 'sell-in' inventory shipped to retailers, and that actual units bought by consumers were 'quite small.'"

Don't Buy an iPad Until the Next Version Ships

Gizmodo says:

"Time's up. If you haven't bought an iPad by now, don't. You've crossed the sucker line, and you'll feel like a grade-a chump when the next iPad comes out.

"The basic rule of gadget-buying happiness is this: Don't buy anything after it's crossed the halfway point in its life-cycle. That's the sucker line.

"With the iPad 2 widely anticipated to debut in late March or April, your editor agrees completely that if you make buy an iPad 1 over the next couple of months or so, you'll be kicking yourself come spring."

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News Corp. Unleashes The Daily for iPad

PR: On Wednesday Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of News Corporation, unveiled The Daily - the industry's first national daily news publication created from the ground up for iPad.

"New times demand new journalism," said Mr. Murdoch. So we built The Daily completely from scratch - on the most innovative device to come about in my time - the iPad."

The Daily for iPad"The magic of great newspapers - and great blogs - lies in their serendipity and surprise, and the touch of a good editor," Mr. Murdoch continued. "We're going to bring that magic to The Daily - to inform people, to make them think, to help them engage in the great issues of the day. And as we continue to improve and evolve, we are going to use the best in new technology to push the boundaries of reporting.

I don't know about you, but in my estimation, as a journalist, blogger, and being a news and current affairs junkie, this is one of the most exciting developments in the world of journalism I've heard for a long time. It could prove the tipping point that will impel me to finally buy an iPad (but I'll wait at least for the iPad 2).

The Daily's unique mix of text, photography, audio, video, information graphics, touch interactivity and real-time data and social feeds provides its editors with the ability to decide not only which stories are most important - but also the best format to deliver these stories to their readers.

The Daily for iPad"News Corp. is redefining the news experience with The Daily," says Apple's CEO Steve Jobs. "We think it is terrific and iPad users are really going to embrace it."

The Daily is a first-of-its-kind daily national news publication built exclusively as an application for tablet computing. It provides readers the engaging experience of a magazine combined with the immediacy of the web and the need-to-know content of a newspaper, all while elevating user experience beyond the printed word. The Daily is a subscription-based news product, published 365 days a year, at the cost of 99¢ cents a week or $39.99 a year. For more information on The Daily go to: http://www.thedaily.com

Led by Editor-in-Chief Jesse Angelo and Publisher Greg Clayman, The Daily is the first application made available on the App Store as a subscription - which will be billed directly to an iTunes account. And because this paperless paper requires no multimillion dollar presses or delivery trucks, it makes that 99 cents a week possible.

"The Daily launches at a moment when advances in technology are changing the job of the modern editor," says Mr. Angelo. "These advances are giving us new ways to tell stories. We intend to take advantage of all of them, and make The Daily the new voice for a new era."

The Daily for iPadEach day The Daily will publish up to 100 pages focused on six key areas: news, sports, gossip and celebrity, opinion, arts and life, and apps and games. It will offer views from across the political spectrum. They will come from across cultures and generations, across America and the world.

The Daily will feature Sudoku and crossword puzzles, localized weather reports, and a customizable sports package that captures news on the user's favorite teams. Subscribers will also be able to leave comments on Daily stories in either written or audio form - as well as bookmark them in-app to read later.

As readers move through The Daily's content, they will be helped by several highly intuitive navigation tools. And while The Daily lives on the iPad, most of its articles can be easily shared via Facebook, Twitter and email. The Daily will link out to the web, as well as bring the web into the app.

"In short, says Mr. Murdoch, we believe The Daily will be the model for how stories are told and consumed in this digital age."

The Daily has bureaus in New York and Los Angeles, as well as stringers across the country. For key staff bios see below.

The Daily is also changing the way advertising is offered and consumed within a news publication. Full-page ad units are completely interactive, customizable, and offer a rich mix of branding and direct response opportunities. Launch advertisers include HBO, Macy's, Paramount, Pepsi Max, Range Rover, Verizon, and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

The Daily for iPad"With The Daily, Rupert Murdoch has given us the chance to rethink the entire experience of news delivery and consumption," observes Mr. Clayman. "The ability to actively listen to and engage with our audience means we can continually provide an experience that consumers value in this fast-evolving tablet space. Together with our customers, our advertising partners, and the team at The Daily, we are excited to create a new form of media."

The Daily is absolutely free for 2 weeks. Then just 99 cents a week or $39.99 for a yearly subscription. If you're interested in the math, that works out to around 14 cents or 11 cents a day respectively - far less than any traditional newspaper that we've seen. And every day's issue has the amount of content you might expect from a monthly magazine, many of which cost $2.99-$5.99 for a single issue. The Daily is currently available exclusively on the App Store. If you already have an iTunes account you don't even need to pull out your credit card.

To download the latest issue every day just open The Daily app on your iPad when it's connected to the Internet via WiFi or 3G. The latest issue will start downloading automatically. You can begin reading almost immediately. No need to wait for the whole issue to download; it will continue in the background as you read.

Once you've downloaded the day's issue, there is no need to be connected to the Internet. All the articles, text and photos will be there; you only need a live connection to stream videos that you'll find throughout the issue, to pull in the live feeds attached to some articles, and to comment and share. The long and short of it is, there's plenty to read and do in The Daily when you're on the subway or otherwise out of range. Being connected makes it better.

The Daily was created to take advantage of everything tablet computing can do. Without the legacy of print or even a destination web site, its staff can focus exclusively on a great tablet computing experience. The iPad offers an incredible reading experience, and being the first of its kind also means there is an existing reader base that can take advantage of The Daily. In the coming months News Corp. will announce The Daily's availability on Android tablets, and will also be considering other platforms as people adopt them.

And while The Daily lives on the iPad, web-friendly versions of most of its articles can be easily shared via Facebook, Twitter and email. Hit the share button at the top right of the app to try it. While the full tablet experience is unavoidably lost in translation, the text, photos and video aren't, and quite often that's enough to share articles conversationally with friends and colleagues.

You can also find some of our content on The Daily blog.

Follow The Daily on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube and Vimeo for updates and more.

The Daily is built from scratch for the iPad by some of the best in the business to bring you a package that's smart, attractive, and entertaining, and takes full advantage of the iPad's storytelling and sharing capabilities. Stories, photos, video, audio and graphics come alive the more you touch, swipe, tap and explore.

Just the facts:

  • The Daily publishes 365 days a year covering breaking news, sports, pop culture, entertainment, apps, games, technology, opinion, celebrity gossip and more.
  • The Daily is free for two weeks from the time you download it to your iPad.
  • The Daily is available through Apple's iTunes subscription service and via the iPad App Store for 99¢ a week or $39.99 a year.
  • The Daily will be offered on additional tablets over the coming months.
  • While The Daily lives on the iPad, web-friendly versions of most of The Daily's articles and features can be easily shared via Facebook, Twitter and email.
  • The Daily covers news, sports, gossip & celebrity, opinion, arts & life, and apps & games.
  • Launch advertisers on The Daily include HBO, Macy's, Paramount, Pepsi Max, Range Rover, Verizon and Virgin Atlantic Airways.
  • The Daily has bureaus in New York and Los Angeles, and stringers across the country.

Some highlights of The Daily include:

  • Original content every single day of the year
  • Original videos
  • 360-degree photos you can explore by swiping
  • Immersive photography
  • Interactive charts, info-graphics and clickable hot spots
  • The option to save articles to read later
  • Web-friendly versions of articles you can share via Twitter, Facebook and e-mail
  • Your favorite sports teams scores, news and photos
  • In-app commenting including audio comments
  • Your local weather
  • Crossword and sudoku puzzles every day
  • Executive staff bios are available at thedaily.com/about

The Daily is available now on the App Store.

First Realtime iOS Battery Monitor

Death CoughPR: Have you ever pulled your phone out of your pocket, only to find that you barely have any battery power left? Or even worse, your battery had died and you didn't notice, leaving phone calls and messages unanswered! To bring you peace of mind, Verietas Software announces Death Cough, an innovative and entertaining app to maintain awareness of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch battery life. Never get caught with a dead battery again!

Death Cough is an entertaining tongue-in-cheek app specifically designed to ensure you always know when your battery needs a little extra juice. When its "sick" threshold is met, it will play a polite (although somewhat ill-sounding) cough and present an alert window, even if your device is doing something else or locked and in your pocket. When the "death" threshold is met, the app will play the configured "dying" notice, alerting you to recharge your device or it will shortly power off.

"We wanted to provide iPhone users with a fun and easy way to maintain awareness of their phone's battery life," says Verietas founder Joshua Pressnell, "and we thought a theme that poked fun at the common concept of a 'dying battery' would be entertaining and well-received by the public."

Death cough is the first iOS battery app that is not designed to be in the foreground. It doesn't attempt to tell you how much operational time you have left. It's not supposed to be displayed at all. "Its sole intended purpose," says Pressnell, "is to sit, patiently waiting, in the background, waiting to alert you when the battery is running low." Never get caught with a dead battery again. Let your phone tell you when it is dying.

Device Requirements:

  • iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
  • Requires iOS 4.0 or later
  • 1.3 MB

Death Cough 1.1 is 99¢ (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.

26% of Apps Downloaded in 2010 Were Used Just Once

PR: The market for phone and tablet apps is very competitive, with about 400,000 iPhone/iPad and 200,000 Android apps. The good news is that customers seem very willing to give new apps a try - it took only two weeks for 8th grader Robert Nay's Bubble Ball to unseat Angry Birds.

The bad news is that 26% of the time customers never give the app a second try. So make that first impression count and look beyond download statistics to understand real customer engagement.

Localytics studied the thousands of Android, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone 7 apps using its real-time app analytics service. For all new customers of an app in 2010, Localytics looked for the first time each customer used the app and whether or not there was any follow-on usage through January 26, 2011. All one-time uses of apps were grouped into the quarter they occurred and calculated as a percentage of all new customers in the same quarter.

The resulting analysis shows that for customers using an app for the first time between January and March, about 22% of them never open the app again. In the second and third quarters, the rate of one-time usage is flat at 26%. One-time usage grows to over 28% in the fourth quarter, but some of those customers may still use the app again in early 2011. Additional details and charts are available on localytics.com/blog.

Not Necessarily Bad News

Flipped around, having 74% of new customers use your app more than once more is pretty encouraging. More good news is that US smartphone users grew from 42.7 million in November 2009 to 62 million in November 2010. But at the same time, the number of apps also increased dramatically.

Therefore, in order to build a profitable business in this hyper-competitive market, publishers need to understand who their loyal users are and how to continue growing a loyal user base.

Measure Engagement Not Just Downloads

Tracking downloads is a first step to gauging an app's success, but download stats often provide an incomplete and inflated view. If those customers never open the app or abandon it after just a few uses, those high download numbers are really part of a high churn rate.

Localytics provides engagement reports to help publishers identify their returning users and understand the frequency and length of usage. Combined with usage reports and event tracking, app publishers learn to optimize their app and improve user retention. Knowing what dedicated customers look like also helps app publishers better target advertising and marketing campaigns and measure success.

Service Tracks iPhone Use While Driving

PR: Apple's iPhone constitutes 25% of all smartphones, according to comScore MobiLens, a percentage that is likely to increase further with the recent introduction of a Verizon iPhone. While this bodes well for Apple shareholders, it represents a unique technical challenge for corporate fleet operators concerned about risk and liability associated with employee use of phones while driving.

"In contrast to BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Mobile smartphones, the iPhone, due to the proprietary nature of its operating system, offers limited support for third-party apps designed to prevent distracted driving," says Matt Howard, CEO of ZoomSafer. "iPhone growth among professional fleet drivers was a primary reason we developed FleetSafer Vision, the world's first driver behavior modification solution to support any type of phone, including the iPhone."

"Use of mobile phones while driving is widely recognized as a dangerous and potentially expensive problem - especially for self-insured corporate fleet owners susceptible to plaintiff lawsuits," says Roger Lanctot, Senior Analyst in the Global Automotive Practice at Strategy Analytics. "ZoomSafer, alone among dozens of solution providers, has emerged with a cloud-based solution that can be applied to any phone, including iPhones, without added hardware in the vehicle or added software on the phone."

"As a leading provider of fleet management and vehicle tracking technologies, we're constantly looking for innovative partners who can deliver value-added services to meet the needs of our corporate customers," comments Gary Wilfert, COO of SkyGuard. "Employee use of phones while driving is a growing concern for fleet operators everywhere, and by integrating our core technology with FleetSafer Vision, SkyGuard is well-positioned to address this growing problem."

FleetSafer Vision is the world's first cloud-based, data mining service that integrates driver trip data (logs, location, speed, miles, etc.) with mobile device usage data (phone calls, text messages, etc.) and other information (email logs, weather, traffic, etc.) so fleet operators can measure and remediate risky driver behavior and reinforce good behavior.

I Can Do What with an iPad?

PR: iPads WorldWide teaches, informs, streamlines making businesses and people function better by bundling targeted applications preinstalled on each device. Whether iPads are used for personal use or corporate use - everyone benefits.

Let iPads WorldWide, the leading innovator in iPad use show you.

iPads WorldWide is a premier company helping individuals and corporations transform their goals from wants and wishes to actual usable practice.

Who do iPads WorldWide serve? Hotels, older adult residences, centers for people with disabilities, airlines, hospitals, nurses, doctors, dentists, schools, conferences/events and many others.

Did you know? iPads can and have been programmed to:

  • Check guests into and out of hotels;
  • Older adults learn through applications designed for them - a person with Parkinson's learns to paint and draw again helping her depression
  • Folks with disabilities learn new tools allowing them to better communicate
  • 8 Nurses use iPads to chart and better interact with their patients
  • Dentists use iPads to show their patients X-rays, dental procedures and entertain
  • Schools find that iPads can educate in fun and engaging way while allowing students to carry much less materials to and from home, and more.

Remember when an iPad was just a new toy? You could email, watch a movie, read a book and 300,000 other things. Along came iPads WorldWide showing businesses, corporations and individuals how to find and use applications designed just for their uses.

iPads WorldWide teaches, informs, streamlines making businesses and people function better by bundling targeted applications preinstalled on each device. Whether iPads are used for personal use or corporate use - everyone benefits.

Some iPads WorldWide clients include:

  • Four Seasons Hotel
  • Ritz Carlton Hotel
  • Mather Lifeways
  • Access Living
  • Hyatt Vi.

Accessories

RingO System: Mount Your iPad Anywhere

PR: Vogels, a European market leader in Audio/Video & TV mounting solutions, announced the RingO Universal iPad Mounting System.

Introduced at Macworld in San Francisco, RingO keeps your iPad safe by securely mounting it (and other tablets) everywhere you go: at home, at work and in the car. It lets you use your iPad to the fullest to watch movies in the car; as a home media control system in front of your television; to listen to music or display a modern themed alarm clock in the bedroom; view holiday photos on your coffee table in the living room; watch the news or view recipes in the kitchen; and show off office presentations on the wall or desk at work. RingO is the one system that does it all in a sleek European designed package.

Patented Ring System Securely Attaches iPad Creates New Standard for Mounting

RingO Universal iPad Mounting SystemBased on Vogels over 35 years of experience in award-winning secure mounting systems for flatscreen TVs, RingO is architecturally designed to fit beautifully into a home or office decor. It safely mounts iPads wherever you need them: on walls, tables, desks, or in cars for easy accessibility and usability at all times. Based on Vogels patented ring system, RingO lets you transform your iPad or other tablet into different configurations to mount them where you want it, when you want it. RingOs precision-engineered aluminum ring snaps snugly onto the tablet mount, and it stays there. Already available in Europe, the Dutch designed system is quickly becoming the universal worldwide standard in tablet mounting systems, allowing you to experience even more with your tablet.

"With RingO, Vogels brings our 37 years of experience in mounting televisions to the iPad. We have created a system that allows you to mount your iPad virtually everywhere you go," says Albert Zeeman, VP Innovations and Alliances, Vogels.

The RingO Universal Tablet Mounting System Includes:

  • Wall Mount - A stylishly designed hidden button that screws onto almost any surface. An iPad with a Vogels iPad Holder can then be easily clicked onto the Wall Mount so it hangs safely in place allowing 360 degree free rotation for easy viewing.
  • iPad Holder - Offers all-around protection for the iPad and comes with the Vogels patent-pending precision ring shaped aluminum connector that enables the iPad to be easily mounted onto a range of different Vogels support systems.
  • Flip Stand - Lets you position your iPad with the Holder at the perfect angle. Simply click the Flip Stand securely in place in the Holder, flip it behind the iPad, and you're ready to go. When you're done, the Flip Stand folds over your screen, protecting it while you travel.
  • Table Stand - Lets the iPad with Holder be placed on a table, bookshelf, or desk in either portrait or landscape position.
  • RingO Universal iPad Mounting SystemCar Mount - Helps keep kids quiet and happy in the car during road trips by letting them watch movies on an iPad in the back seat. Vogels has adapted its successful DVDock to create the Car Mount with no tools needed to install. It securely fixes to the front seat headrest.
  • Flex Mount - A stylish and fully-adjustable arm mounted to the wall that lets you position your iPad exactly where you want it, with full tilt and swivel (available spring 2011).
  • Adhesive Mount - When drilling is not appropriate, in boats, trailers or on tiled kitchen, the Adhesive Mount is a drill-free, screw-free and highly-adhesive solution, that easily sticks a Wall Mount to any unpainted, oil free surface (available Summer 2011).

Available for Current & Future iPads & Other Tablet PCs

Available immediately for all current and future iPads and other tablet PCs, the Vogels RingO Universal Tablet Mounting System includes a Starter Pack for $69.99 (with Holder and Wall Mount); Home Pack for iPad for $79.99 (with Holder, Wall Mount, and Table Stand); Car Pack for iPad for $99.99 (with Holder, Tablet Stand, and Car Mount); Presenter Pack for iPad for $89.99 (with Holder, Tablet Stand, and Flip Stand); and All-in-One Pack for iPad for $119.99 (with Holder, Wall Mount, Tablet Stand, and Car Mount).

Free Vogels App Lets You Use your iPad as Wall Alarm Clock

In addition, at Macworld, Vogels is introducing WallTimes, a free app that transforms your iPad into a versatile alarm clock with kitchen features including cooking time and alarm that you can use at home, the office or on the road.

Sync Your iPhone or iPod without iTunes on a Mac or PC

A tip of the hat to Hardmac's Sylvain for directing our attention to French peripherals-maker H&B's new i-Easy 200, a USB 2.0 device that allows synchronization of data stored on an iPhone, iPod or iPad with a Mac or PC bypassing iTunes.

According to the report, the device doesn't need any extra software to work. It sells for about Euro 50 (roughly $70).

The H&B product website is in French only, and it's mostly graphics so machine translation isn't much help for non-French-speakers.

ZAGGmate iPad Stand/Keyboard Dock Wins Macworld Expo 2011 Best of Show

ZAGGmatePR: The ZAGGmate from ZAGG has been named a winner of the Macworld Expo 2011 Best of Show Award, presented at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco, California. ZAGG Inc. designs, markets, and distributes innovative accessories for electronic devices, including the popular InvisibleShield, ZAGGskins, ZAGGbuds, and ZAGGsparq brands.

ZAGGmate is a protective and functional companion to the Apple iPad that enhances the utility of Apple's innovative device while providing superior protection. Made from aircraft-grade aluminum with a high quality finish, the patent pending ZAGGmate matches the design, look, and feel of the iPad. It features a simple and innovative hinge stand for viewing and typing in both portrait and landscape mode. In addition, a built-in wireless Bluetooth keyboard allows for fast, responsive typing and interaction with the iPad's features.

"We are thrilled about ZAGG winning Best of Show for our new ZAGGmate product line," says ZAGG CEO and president Robert G. Pedersen II. "We have already seen worldwide interest in our new ZAGGmate product line. Our customers love how the ZAGGmate is a perfect companion for the iPad. The full Bluetooth keyboard, flexible stand, and shock protection really adds to consumers experience."

The ZAGGmate has won several other awards, including the prestigious CES Innovations 2011; please visit ZAGGmate.com for more information. The ZAGGmate with Keyboard is priced at $99.99, and a version without the keyboard is priced at $69.99.

Protection

CAZE Announces Animal Print Swarovski Frame Case for iPhone

PR: CAZE announced their Animal Print Swarovski frame case for iPhone 4, a new addition to its Swarovski BlingFrame series. CAZE is combining Swarovski crystals and an ultra slim frame case to create a simple but luxury protective case in Zebra and Leopard pattern. CAZE used ThinEdge, the World's slimmest and stylish frame case for crystal embellishment. BlingFrame has the thinnest possible wall-thickness and can fully protect the chrome edges and corners of an iPhone. To ensure the iPhone 4 is fully protected from everyday bumps & scratches, a front & back film set is provided.

Zebra BlingFrameSwarovski case is a great way to add some glitz and glamour to your iPhone 4 without spending a bundle of money to buy a real diamond case. CAZE makes use of Swarovski crystals to enhance the beauty of a case by handcrafting each case with more than 500 genuine crystals; making each case truly a work of art. Designed as the ultimate balance between case-minimalism and chic protection, the BlingFrame wraps the edges and corners to protect and keeps the front and back of the iPhone 4 from coming into direct contact with flat surfaces when laid down. It's sleek, slim and formfitting.

BlingFrame is easy to install. Easy access to all phone functions without having to remove the case. It has complete access to all the main ports and buttons of the device. Charging has also never been easy since you do not have to remove the case. To ensure all-around protection, the BlingFrame comes with a free screen protection kit (front & back film) for added shield.

Leopard BlingFrameValentine's Day is coming. If you are still thinking about what to buy for your beloved ones or for yourself, this could possibly be one of your choices for a Valentine's Day Present. You can order now at iPhoneCAZE official website. Special packaging for Valentine's Day is available for order placed from today till February 14, 2011.

Swarovski is well known as a manufacturer of superior quality of crystals that are being used around the world. It brings credibility, style and design to all the crystalline products created by CAZE. Customers who buy any Swarovski crystal cases from CAZE will get a Certificate of Authenticity, a front & back film set and a Microfiber Pouch for free.

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