Welcome to the magical chaos that is Black Friday. You’ve probably been downright bombarded with huge sales at this point mostly for televisions, laptops, cameras, clothes and the other big categories. Apple products are also seeing fairly decent price cuts across several retailers.
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.
Charging both your Apple Watch and iPhone can mean taking up a bit more space than some might like in a single area.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, now is the time to start brainstorming for fun and creative gift ideas. One category of products doesn’t seem to get very much spotlight: toys that you can remotely control from your iOS device. So many people around the world already own an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. A real toy to control with the graphical and immersive experience an iOS device offers is an incredible idea.
The iOttie Easy One Touch 3 is an excellent and affordable car mount for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. It has a powerful suction cup to keep it in place for those bumpy rides. Plus, the mount can rotate and swivel to angle the device at nearly any position you want.
Battery life is important, and while bigger phones typically mean bigger batteries with longer life expectancy, sometimes you just need a bit more juice.
The Totallee Scarf case is a phenomenal ultra-thin case. It barely even looks like it’s on the phone, yet offers decent scratch protection and a pleasantly grippy feel. It’s also priced affordably and comes in five colors.
Twelve South, one of the leading accessory makers for Apple products, has debuted a brand new charging stand.
Every year we tell you the best cases for the shiny new iPhones just like we did this year for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Setting up your Philips Hue lights isn’t quite as easy as screwing in a regular light bulb. The steps are easy enough to follow, but getting started with Hue lights plus a bridge for the first time does require a bit of a process.