iPad Accessories

SanDisk launches iXpand USB Flash Drive for iPhone, iPad with Lightning Connector

SanDisk launches iXpand USB Flash Drive for iPhone, iPad with Lightning Connector

SanDisk today launched the iXpand USB flash drive, a flash drive made specially for the iPhone and iPad with an integrated Lightning Connector.

Apple updates Smart Covers and Smart Cases for iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3

Apple updates Smart Covers and Smart Cases for iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3

In addition to announcing the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 this afternoon, Apple has also updated its Smart Covers and Smart Cases lineup on its website to match the new tablets. The new Smart Covers cost $39 each for both the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini, while the Smart Cases for the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini cost $79 and $69 each respectively.

Pencil by FiftyThree aims for wider adoption and third-party apps, thanks to launch of FiftyThree SDK

Pencil by FiftyThree aims for wider adoption and third-party apps, thanks to launch of FiftyThree SDK

When FiftyThree launched Paper, it quickly became one of the most popular apps for iPad, making it easier than ever before to draw, sketch and otherwise doodle on a tablet. Later, they launched their own stylus accessory, Pencil, which was adopted quickly. Now FiftyThree is looking to sweep in more users, and they’re going the SDK route to make it happen.

iStick will let you transfer files between Mac and iOS devices, set to arrive as early as August

iStick will let you transfer files between Mac and iOS devices, set to arrive as early as August

Back in May of this year, a Kickstarter project started to make the rounds with a focus on transferring files between your Mac and iOS-based devices. Making the process easier with just one device, no cables, and a slider.

Apple brings support for Lightning cable headphones

Apple brings support for Lightning cable headphones

Apple has long been rumored to launch headphones which connect to an iOS device using the Lightning cable. This has almost gone official now with Apple introducing a new specification for its MFi or Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad program which allows third party manufacturers to utilize this very feature.

Beats unveils new Solo2 headphones with better sound, improved design and comfort

Beats unveils new Solo2 headphones with better sound, improved design and comfort

Apple announced its decision to acquire Beats yesterday, and the headphone maker is back in the news again, this time with a new product announcement. Beats Electronics launched a new version of its popular on-ear headphones called the Beats Solo².

Legion Meter: A USB Multimeter that can charge your smartphone or tablet 92% faster

Legion Meter: A USB Multimeter that can charge your smartphone or tablet 92% faster

A new kind of accessory has surfaced, and as many new accessory categories do, it first appeared in the form of a Kickstarter campaign. The Legion Meter is an accessory that serves to make sure your devices are receiving every ounce of energy they can from a variety of power sources, and even features an OLED screen to show you the difference.

One way to spot a fake Apple charger

One way to spot a fake Apple charger

It is easy to identify fake Apple chargers when you expose the innards, but you don’t always have the opportunity to take them apart. How do you spot the external differences that’ll signal this is a legitimate Apple product and not a cheap knockoff that resembles the real thing? Lifehacker has a useful tip that could help in this identification.

Osmo is an accessory that lets you play real-word games on your iPad

Osmo is an accessory that lets you play real-word games on your iPad

Kids love the iPad for its large touch screen display, and the wide variety of games available on the App Store. Osmo is an iPad accessory that further pushes the boundaries of what an iPad game can do by making the real-world a part of the game play.

Here’s why you should never buy a counterfeit iPad charger

Here’s why you should never buy a counterfeit iPad charger

There are plenty of iPad charger lookalikes in the market. It’s hard to tell these apart from the real deal, but they come with an entirely different assembly inside. A teardown by engineer Ken Shirriff has revealed why customers should be wary of these counterfeit Apple chargers.