Nov 16

Nike’s motivational tool and activity tracking FuelBand receives a new update as part of its SE collection, specifically a new METALUXE Rose Gold edition. The limited edition drop features luxury timeware inspirations with a 316 series stainless steel representing the clasp, bezel and screws. The metal is subsequently hand polished to a mirror finish and finalized with a durable PVD coating. » Limited Edition Nike+ FuelBand METALUXE SE “Rose Gold”

Nov 06

The second-generation Nike+ FuelBand Se is now available for purchase in the Apple Online Store and will also be available from select retail locations. The second-generation FuelBand comes with more colour options and Bluetooth LE (4.0) for longer battery life. The device is available for $149.95 from Apple’s website in three sizes and four colours, yellow, pink, red and black. » The Nike+ FuelBand SE Now Available In Online Apple Store

Sep 29

Apple has filed a new pair of filings for US patents. The fillings will make users’ lives easier by letting them pair wireless devices just by bringing them together as well as filling out missing address book data simply by making a request through e-mail. Personally i think these fillings are already in use by the Nike+ and IPod system. Credit for the rest of the article goes to AppleInsider.
» Apple files for new distance-based pairing, auto contact data patents

Sep 09

Ok it’s official. Apple representatves confirmed that the Nike+ integration only works with the new iPod Toch 2G. The iPhone and the iPhone 3G and the iPod Touch 1st Gen will not receive support for Nike+ as of yet. It has also been confirmed by Apple that the connector dongle will still not work on the iPhone and/or first gen iPod Touch.
» No Nike+ suport for iPhone 2G/3G or iPod Toch 1G

Aug 19

Nike+ has never been compatible with the iPhone untill this moment. Our friends from the blog have got their hands on some preliminary screenshots of the Nike+ iPhone application. Not much is known about the workings of the app, will it support the current dongle for the iPod Nano or will you have to buy a new module?
» Nike+ Coming to the iPhone

Mar 27

The following just got posted on Engadget.
So i’m not going to take credit for this revelation :)? ?

While it doesn’t exactly come as much of a surprise, it seems that Apple has plenty more goodies in mind for the iPhone (and, presumably, the iPod touch), with a recent batch of no less than six patent applications revealing some of its plans to turn the device into what it describes as a “lifestyle companion.

» New Apple patent reveals plans for the iPhone as a lifestyle companion