Having a "Love/Hate" Relationship with Your iPhone Because of Fingernails? Problem Solved!
For a woman with fingernails, using the iPhone can be quite difficult because it requires the human touch (warmth of finger) to register on the touchscreen. Many women with longer nails (acrylic or natural) have experienced difficulty typing and navigating the iPhone’s touch screen interface. The capacitive screen was designed to only respond to the electrical charge of your fingertip – so nails won’t work. Women (me included) have been grumbling about the lack of ease of use because of the issue with nails and the qwerty keyboard.
(image courtesy of Nailpro magazine).
Problem Solved– with the POGO STYLUS
With the Pogo Stylus — this is the first iPhone/iPod-touch compatible stylus. Typing and navigating an iPhone will now be much easier
The Pogo Stylus has conductive material at the tip. The light-weight aluminum body of the stylus acts as a bridge, transferring the electrical charge from your hand directly to the screen. It’s available in in four hot colors: cranberry, silver, black and gunmetal. For just $14.95, you can be playing with your iPhone all day.
Available at TEN One Design www.tenonedesign.com or www.amazon.com.
Talk about a “nick of time” product– it’s so easy and affordable and make the iPhone much easier to use!!