The holiday season is upon us. This means gifting season. If you’ve got to shop for a friend or family member who’s really into technology, gadgets or Apple, with a hard budget of $25, check out our list below.
Twelve South this week has officially updated some of its most popular products to fit Apple’s newest iPhones.
The holiday season is just around the corner. Do you have your shopping list ready yet? If you’re confused about what to get that one friend or family member who’s really into gadgets and Apple products, we’ve got the right list for you. And everything in this lists costs under $50!
Twelve South is one of the most popular third-party accessory makers for Apple products, and while most of their products are as straightforward as a stand or case, sometimes the company thinks well outside of the box.
While we continue to wait for the Apple AirPower wireless charging mat (that may not ever come at this point), there are several alternatives out there to consider.
The iPhone XR isn’t the first lineup from Apple to offer eye-catching colors like blue and yellow, and this time around the company will offer up a protective case that won’t hide those colors.
After raising $750,000 in an original Kickstarter goal of $500,000 in 2017, mobile camera equipment manufacturer Moment has announced the launch of its Battery Camera case for the iPhone Xs and the iPhone X.
Mophie is one of the more popular accessory makers for smartphones and other mobile devices out there, and the company has just unveiled a new series of battery packs for iOS devices.
Game Boys have been long forgotten. However, there are some companies that are trying to tap into this niche market segment by offering modified versions of the popular console, or as an accessory for your smartphone. We’re going to talk about something similar from Wanle Cases, which recently launched the Wanle Gamers Console.
This iPhone Dongle With Headphone Jack and Lightning Port Lets You Charge and Listen to Music at the Same Time
When Apple launched iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus without a headphone jack last year, it not only forced users to use Lightning or Bluetooth headphones, it also meant that the only way to charge and listen to music at the same time, if you wanted to use your 3.5mm Headphones, was to buy the Lightning Dock.