SEARCH BLOG: IPHONE
A couple of months ago, in anticipation of buying an iPhone, I posting this:
I contacted this company and they said that as much as they would like to sell a keyboard to me for my iPhone, they could not because Apple has not given them approval to use the keyboard with the iPhone.
The Macworld Expo is like CES - so many products to see that you forget about most of the smaller ones. But sometimes, the smallest products are the coolest and most innovative out there. Macworld picked up on something quite special: The $100 BTKeyMini from MacAlly. It’s a small, portable, foldable Bluetooth keyboard - something that many of you will have seen before in the past. So what’s so special about the BTKeyMini? A writer at Macworld had a talk with one of the MacAlly representatives, and apparently when the BTKeyMini arrives in March, it will be compatible with iPhone. If this is true - it will be a first. You will be able to use it in any iPhone application where the normal touch-screen would be used as a keyboard input.
That's an interesting concept.
You can't use Turtle Wax on your Toyota until Toyota approves Turtle Wax. You can't use a Panasonic DVD player with your Samsung TV until Samsung approves the Panasonic DVD player.Meanwhile, using my iPhone with the virtual keyboard is like having a Corvette with a 100 hp 4 cylinder engine. It'll get you there, but it's no fun.