Though the fix for this particular issue has remained unchanged for some time now - which can be surprising because it is so un-elegant - this issue continues to come to us from iPhoneFAQ readers. It also continues to pop up on Apple's iPhone discussion forums and on other iPhone related websites. So, we figured we'd publish the all-too-uninteresting solution.
Geek alert! DLO (Digital Life Outfitters) has recently released a new pair of portable iPhone speakers that will probably have the technophile/electronista/nerd in you jumping for joy. With a design that is edgy and eye-catching, this latest offering from DLO - who manufactures a whole line of iPhone accessories - is also feature-packed and functional.
The most noteable feature on these new speakers is a digital amplification system which is said to eliminate audio interference from TDMA cell phone signals. If you don't know what that is, TDMA signals cause interference which create that obnoxious buzzing sound you hear when
One of the still outstanding "head scratchers" regarding the Apple iPhone is the continued lack of support for the A2DP Bluetooth profile. Considering the iPhone's roots are in the iPod, a stereo music player, it is quite astounding that as we sit here already up to iPhone firmware 1.1.1, there is still no native support for A2DP. The good news is that this doesn't mean A2DP is unavailable to iPhone users.
For those of you unfamiliar with A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), A2DP is a Bluetooth profile that allows for the wireless transmission of stereo audio from a source (i.e. a phone or computer) to an A2DP receiver (a set of Bluetooth headphones or stereo system).
Back to the good news. Though the iPhone itself does not support A2DP directly (at this time), all iPhone owners can still
A few weeks ago, iPhoneFAQ revealed that V-Moda was going to be releasing a new model in their Vibe lineup of earbuds called the Vibe Duo Control. The new model is essentially an updated version of the iPhone-geared Vibe Duo, with the eagerly awaited addition of a button that provides control of the phone and iPod functionalities of the iPhone.
At the time of the announcement, we didn't have much detail to provide about the release date and were forced to speculate about the pricing of the upcoming Vibe Duo Control. Thankfully, V-Moda contacted us with updated information. As it turns out, we overshot on both accounts.
Instead of the $129 price tag we had speculated about, the Vibe Duo Control will retail for