The Jaybird X3 wireless headphones ultimately deliver excellent sound quality with a fun companion app, a snug and customizable fit, and great battery life. Plus, at only $129.99, they’re $50 less than when the X2 came out — and those didn’t even include the comply foam ear tips. For this price, the value here truly shines. All of these factors combined elevate Jaybird X3 to the top choice wireless headphones for athletes.
Betternet is a terrific VPN service. It’s perfectly easy to activate on iPhone with one tap and connect to the “optimal” location. If you need to connect to a specific location, you can do so at several areas in the world including multiple U.S. points for a low monthly fee. It’s secure, fast, and consistently works well.
Editor’s Note: I would strongly recommend Private Internet Access VPN over Betternet. We recently completed a comprehensive review of Private Internet Access and found it the complete package for your iPhone, iPad, Android device, Mac or PC.
The Anker PowerCore 20100 is the perfect power bank. It has plenty of power — enough to charge an iPhone 7 nearly seven times — plus two USB outputs for simultaneously device charging and it’s lightweight and compact. It’s also a tremendous value at under $40.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been desperately in need of a solid email client on my Mac for years. The Mail app that comes preinstalled with macOS Sierra or earlier just doesn’t do it for me, and I’ve been using Airmail for a couple years too. It’s an improvement over the stock offering, but for the price it never felt like it reached its potential. At long last, my favorite mail app for iPhone and iPad has arrived on the Mac: Spark.
The JOBY GorillaPod Hybrid and the Square Jellyfish smartphone mount work together to create an excellent tripod solution for your iPhone. The GorillaPod is flexible and strong to grasp nearly any surface or large object while the Jellyfish is secure and fits all the way up to the iPhone 7 Plus.
Six months on from our last Top 10, here’s the Christmas 2016 list, with mainly new content – as you’d expect in a busy smartphone world. Again, this being an iOS-centric site, you’d expect an Apple iPhone at number 1 and you’d be right. But this isn’t sycophantic – in my other life as the producer and presenter of ‘The Phones Show’ I do quarterly top 5 features – and an iPhone is invariably in or very near to the top spot because it’s the one top specced phone that can be recommended as the answer to “What phone should I buy” without any real caveats or possible recriminations. Budget permitting, of course!
Planning on buying an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus? Considering how expensive and delicate the phones are, do consider taking an insurance as well for them. As with other smartphones, Apple offers a one-year limited warranty on its new iPhones. This is a limited warranty that is only limited to defects in the phone and does not cover against physical damage, theft, and more.
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are here now, which means it is time to think about buying a case to protect your investment. Cases to accentuate your iPhone, cases to colorize your iPhone and cases to protect it. Before you take your pick, check out our round-up of some of the best cases designed exclusively for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
With the 2016 Rio Olympics lurking around the corner, we thought we would help you during this time by listing the best apps that you can have on your iPhone for the upcoming games. Whether you are in Rio or at home on your couch, these apps will help make the most out of the Olympics and ensure you don’t miss out on much of the action.
iCloud and Gmail backups have made sure that you never lose a contact ever again, even if you lose your phone. But freak accidents that ruin your contact book might still happen. Bugs might fill your contact book with duplicates for example. If that’s happened with you or if you’ve ended up with a pile of duplicate contacts sheerly through negligence, here are some apps that will help you out.