Tiltpod for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S

April 25, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 7 Comments |
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JP Distribution has announced the UK availability of the Tiltpod mini-stand for the Apple iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Billed as “the world’s smallest always-ready camera stand,” the Tiltpod features a quick-connect ball pivot and magnetic base, which can be easily attached to and detached from the iPhone 4/4S. Measuring 2.0"x1.5"x0.4”, the Tiltpod retails for £12.99 including VAT.

JP Distribution Press Release

The World’s Smallest Always-Ready Camera Stand Is Now Available For The iPhone 4 And 4s!

JP Distribution is pleased to announce the tiltpod for the iPhone 4 and 4s.

Like most people, we want to be in our own photos. But without a tripod handy, our self timer shots are difficult to take, poorly framed and someone inevitably doesn’t quite make it in the picture. The tiltpod eliminates these issues.

The tiltpod’s compact design features a quick-connect magnetic ball pivot. Simply attach your iPhone 4/4s to the ball pivot and magnetically connect it to the base for an instant hold in seconds.

Features & Benefits

  * Amazingly small and versatile
  * Perfect for taking low-light shots, self timer group photo’s and stable video
  * Magnetic base can be quickly attached and removed from the iPhone 4/4s
  * Comes with a magnetic tiltpod base and a magnetic ball pivot

Dimensions 2” x 1.5” x 0.4”
Weight 0.25oz

Price £12.99 Inc VAT



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#1 Nissin Flash

Great announcement. Thanks JK distribution. Nice post.

7:32 am - Thursday, April 26, 2012

#2 to spy a cell

Marvelous that the World's smallest always-ready camera stand is now available for the iPhone 4 and 4s.))

3:51 pm - Thursday, April 26, 2012

#3 Borgny Hovland

Amazing, Tiltpod mini-stand for iPhone4 and 4S, must be the distribution of the year?

10:15 pm - Friday, April 27, 2012

#4 dorotheo

Wow I have never expect to see a tiltpod mini-stand, I need to get one for my iPhone. By the way dont worry on sending free text you can do it at http://www.textme4free.com/

6:45 pm - Monday, April 30, 2012

#5 Angelina

Messaging on this mobile phone has been given something of a boost by the inclusion of the iMessage, which is a BBM-a-like service for iOS devices. It can be used on any device running iOS 5, which means conversations can be easily carried across on loads of Apple products without an issue. While many will expect iMessage to be a separate app in the same manner as BBM, it simply jumps in when a relevant phone is on the other end of the conversation, meaning essentially free text messaging and cool features like read receipts and being able to see when the other person is typing. However, this will be more useful for iPhone 3GS and 4 models, as it's surely only good to replace text messaging for those that need to save money and haven't got a price plan that offers thousands of messages for free each month. iPhones have always been looked at as decent messaging devices, and that's certainly true when it comes to email. There's a unified inbox for all your accounts, with multiple email addresses supported on the phone. Setting these up is as simple as you'd imagine, with only an address and password needed in most situations. As we mentioned earlier, it's so easy to keep track of your emails thanks to the new notifications system, but it's hardly anything new, so not really a unique selling point. The keyboard is another great selling point from Apple for its iPhone - some people have complained that it's a bit hit and miss in the past, but most people should have become trained in the art of tapping out a message on a touchscreen, so most will quickly be up to speed with the well-known keyboard. There's a new addition to the keyboard, and that's an option to speak out the message reply using Siri. It's almost unerring in its accuracy compared to other voice recognition systems, although you do need to say things like 'comma' or 'exclamation mark' to add in the punctuation. We sent 100 messages using Siri to see the accuracy, and found that the accuracy was around 45%, although shorter messages were obviously better. However, we were relieved to be able to head back to tapping out our messages on the keyboard, as you could make sure what you wrote was correct first go. If you're going to speak your messages, why not just call the person?

3:17 pm - Friday, July 13, 2012

#6 Barr and Stroud Binoculars

O wow looks very cool.Looking forward to it.

6:45 am - Friday, July 27, 2012

#7 evolet

great news...

11:51 am - Saturday, September 22, 2012