CHARGE ME UP !!!

Macworld Australia Staff
9 July, 2010
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Press Release

Port Washington, NY – ( 7th July 2010) – iLuv and iWorld Australia in conjunction announce three new charging options for you Apple iPod, iPad and iPhone series.

Customers have found it difficult to find the correct charging options for mobile devices. With the release of the new iPad and the soon to be released Apple iPhone 4, the standard chargers need to be upgraded to 2.1 Amp’s to draw more power to the units to charge effectively. If the charger is not designed for either the new Apple iPad or the new Apple iPhone 4 it will probably not charge at all or take a very long period of time to make any charge. The new chargers from iLuv set to 2.1 Amps, gives you plenty of power to your iPod, iPad and iPhone with a quick charge.

A. iAD517AS USB AC Charger ( Works with iPod, iPad, iPhone and other USB devices)

B. iAD562BLK Micro USB car charger with charge/Sync cable. ( Works with iPod, iPad, iPhone and other USB devices)
Detachable USB cable included to Charge and Sync iPod, iPad, iPhone and other digital devices. Built in LED indicator.

C. iAD564AS THE ULTIMATE PACK : USB AC Charger – Charge and Sync Cable – In Car Charger.
Detachable USB cable included to Charge and Sync iPod, iPad, iPhone and other digital devices. Built in LED indicator.

Specifications:

Compatible with iPad, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, iPod touch, iPod nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th gen), iPod classic, iPod mini, iPod (1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th gen) excluding 3rd Generation iPod

Output (USB): 5 V DC – 2.1 A

Output (30 Pin): 5 V DC – 2.1 A

“With so many options to charge your mobile devices, we have streamlined the options and made it much, much easier to select the best solution. An important note is that all the new above mentioned chargers are also backward compatible and will work on previous models of Apple iPod and Apple iPhone. They are also designed to work with smartphones, digital cameras and other USB digital portable devices. Just three chargers and we have it totally covered.
Now you can’t get it easier than that ! ” States Chad DeClase, Director of iWorld Australia.

Part Number: iAD517AS USB AC Charger ( Works with iPod, iPad, iPhone and other USB devices)

iAD562BLK Micro USB car charger with charge/Sync cable. Also works with iPod, iPad, iPhone and other USB.

iAD564AS THE ULTIMATE PACK : USB AC Charger – Charge and Sync Cable – In Car Charger.

Attention :

1. To download hi-res images of the products please go to our media section:

http://www.iworldaustralia.com.au/index.cfm/page/login

Username is: media

Password is: iworldhd

About iWorld Australia.

iWorld Australia offers a diverse product mix that provides people with seamless electronics integration in their homes, cars, and on the go for iPad®, iPod®, iPhone® and the Apple Mac. Founded in Melbourne, Australia, iWorld Australia is a privately held company and a leader in connectivity solutions, in addition to accessories for mobile phone devices, computers, and more. We provide extensive solutions for iPod®, iPhone® and Apple Mac’s —with our exclusive distribution partnerships with iLuv®,  4Mac®, Dexim® , Speck® , Novothink® , New Potato®, Gosh®, Essential TPE®, Maclove®, Uncommon® branded accessories, power, and digital wireless products.

You can view them all at www.iworldaustralia.com.au, as well as through a network of major distributors, resellers, and superstores. iWorld Australia is a major distributor of digital lifestyle products in the territories of Australia and New Zealand.

The iWorld Australia Head Office is situated at: 2 Bricker Street, Cheltenham 3192
For more information about this press release, please contact:

Mr. Chad DeClase
Ph: (03) 9532.5052
e-mail: chad@iworldaustralia.com.au





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