iLounge.com, the world’s largest and most popular web site devoted to Apple’s iPod, iTunes, and iPhone products, today debuted the latest innovation in its coverage of the iPhone: a series of five iPhone accessory videos, titled “The First iPhone Accessories,” designed to help inform new and prospective iPhone buyers about the wide variety of add-ons coming for Apple’s first mobile phone.
Based upon iLounge’s popular First Looks section, which offers exclusive photos and details on just-released iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV hardware, software, and accessories, “The First iPhone Accessories” videos place the spotlight solely on the add-ons, rather than iLounge’s seasoned editorial team. Each of the videos offers 3-D looks at new cases, with new speakers, cables, earphones, and car chargers appearing, as well.
“iPhone buyers may be surprised to discover that some of their favorite iPod earphones, speakers, and car accessories don’t work properly,” explained Jeremy Horwitz, iLounge’s Editor-in-Chief. “Our new videos and First Looks help viewers learn about the headphone adapter cables, charger compatibility issues, and other insider tips iPhone users need to know before they accessorize.”
The First iPhone Accessories videos also show off the wide variety of case designs available and soon to be available for iPhone. Ranging from fur-coated pouches to elaborately contoured clear plastic shells anddiscreet black neoprene holders, iPhone cases offer your choice of protection, flashiness, or anonymity — whatever’s best-suited to your personal needs.
Since 2001, iLounge.com has hosted the world’s most popular discussion forums for iPod, iTunes, and iPhone users. With over 114,000 members and nearly 1.1 million posts, the iLounge Forums have been covering iTunes-compatible phones since before the 2005 launch of the ill-fated Motorola ROKR phone, and now cover iPhones and their accessories. Unlike many other forums online, iLounge’s forums are aggressively moderated by a team of superb administrators, moderators, and assistants dedicated to filtering out surreptitious advertising and objectionable posts.
As with all of iLounge.com’s content, including its multi-million-downloaded Free iPod Book 3.0 and iPod Buyers’ Guide publications, the First iPhone Accessories videos and First Looks are available free of charge from the iLounge.com home page. “iLounge readers depend upon us for honest, objective, and timely coverage of All Things iPod, iPhone, and iTunes,” said Dennis Lloyd, Publisher of iLounge. “Between our videos, First Looks, forums, and daily news updates, we’ve delivered everything iPhone users have asked for, and then some. Just wait until they see what’s next!”
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