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iCan will become an iPhone5 certified accessory

by x2hwgo    Jun 20, 2012, 4:11 AM

Reported today by the analysts from IT market analysis firm iResearch, the new generation iCan received Apple certification and is fully compatible with Apple newest products, and will become an iPhone5 certified accessory. Due to the uncertain iPhone5s release date, cowae company will probably issue the new iCan in July of this year. Analysts at the Taipei international Computex previously pointed out in his report in reference to the much-anticipated new generation iCan, he thinks the release of new iCan in July is most likely.

According to news from cowae website, new iCan is totally different from its predecessor, and has additional unique functions. Based on the photos in June, the new iCan will keep its original classic shape and design. Reported at cowae company news, the new generation iCan is innovative and unique, and has additional cable winder and SOS emergency charger functions:
1. The new iCan is easily portable and compatible with iPhone, iPod, SAMSUNG, NOKIA, MOTOROLA, HTC, Blackberry as well as most cell phones on the market.
2. The new iCan takes a leap in intelligence. Its larger capacity provides and eases of use and supports multiple earphone configurations.
3. iCans new emergency charging function allows any battery 5V and below (including Li-ion or Li-polymer battery and alkaline) to be used (even battery from other electronic products) to charge kinds of cell phone in an emergency.

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