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Convert your iPhone into traditional desk phone

By on March 31, 2010

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Things are being constantly changing. The world is divided into two eras – the world before and after iPhone.

Even though most of your telecommunication is being done via iPhone, we know that you still have a wired desk phone or IP phone on your desk. Are these traditional devices still essential in this new era of iPhone? Probably yes until the advent of Desk Phone Dock.

With Desk Phone Dock, use your iPhone as your one and only integrated wired desk phone in your office or home environment. You can make and receive calls like you did with a traditional wired phone. You don’t have to look up a phone number in the other devices any more. Your iPhone is always fully charged and ready to go at any time. It is very convenient for your business and personal needs.

Desk Phone Dock has built-in two stereo speakers, microphone, volume control, instant mute and USB & AC power dual sources. With these built-in features and distinctive design, Desk Phone Dock will keep your desk neat.

No more multiple phones, bunch of cables and other accessories on your desk. Use your iPhone smarter with Desk Phone Dock.


Integrated Adapter Box provides power to your iPhone via USB and electrical outlet simultaneously. Desk Phone Dock always keeps your iPhone fully charged while using either of them. This simple function gives you great convenience. No more annoying plug switching or turing your PC on and off. Keep them connected and forget all others. Data sync is also provided via USB port.

No outside physical switch

Space & Arrangement

Designed for any generation of iPhone with/without case


2 Responses to “Convert your iPhone into traditional desk phone”

  1. Jim MacLean says:

    And it fits the small plug Iphone?

    • Hi,

      I believe they got the newer version of iPhone desk holder. but this version only fit for the old iPhone port only.

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