iHelicopters has present new remote-controlled toys – BMW and Audi toy cars. This toy vehicle lineup will comprise from BMW 5 F10, the BMW X6, the Audi Q7 and the Audi R8, each costing would-be buyers $59.95. Exactly like some of iHelicopters’ other goods, these cars can be operated using application on the Apple iPhone. They use a 1.5V AA batteries and will feature a charge time of 1 hr.
New technologies – BMW and Audi iPhone remote-controlled cars
The iPhone 5 is rumored to be coming in this year, with an official announcement expected in June – on Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).
Rumor has it that the new model of the Apple iPhone will be made of Liquidmetal. A mix of various materials, Liquidmetal could allow the iPhone to be much more durable. Light such as plastic, however durable like aluminum, it would also allow the iPhone to weigh less and have a slimmer profile.