Last year was an interesting time for Jawbone, an accessory and device manufacturer that has been around for quite some time.
We’ve been dreaming about virtual reality technology for a long time, and now the technology is finally starting to catch up with the promise. Though the field as a whole is still in its infancy, VR technology is available now for iPhone owners who want to check it out. In its current form, the technology uses your smartphone as a display and requires you to wear a pair of goggles to make the experience immersive.
New accessories for the iPhone 7 are already being manufactured and sold ahead of the handset’s official debut this fall. The cases and screen protectors all but confirm that the device will bring no major design changes this year.
I’m constantly listening to music. On a typical day, I’ve got music either playing from my computer while I work or in my headphones when I leave the house. That usually means stock listening equipment, like my computer or Apple’s stock EarPods, but I recently decided to shake things up a bit.
Have an iPhone SE and find you are using it more than expected? Are you battling with battery life and always in need of an electrical outlet? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you should strongly consider purchasing a battery case, which will protect your new iPhone and give some much needed extra juice. Since the iPhone SE is sized like the iPhone 5s, there are a variety of existing battery cases from which you can choose. In the post below, we pick our five favorite cases that’ll give your iPhone SE the jump start you desire.
The new 4-inch iPhone SE went on sale last week. If you are planning on buying or have already bought Apple’s latest 4-inch iPhone, chances are you are also planning on buying a case for the handset. The good news is that since the iPhone SE shares the same design as the iPhone 5s, cases for the latter fit the former just fine.
I’m constantly listening to music. On a typical day, I’ve got music either playing from my computer while I work, or in my headphones when I leave the house. That usually means stock listening equipment, like my computer or Apple’s stock EarPods, but I recently decided to shake things up a bit.
Claims that Apple will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack for iPhone 7 have been backed up by a picture that purportedly provides us with an early glimpse at Apple’s new Lightning-compatible EarPods.
In May 2015, the popSLATE was revealed with an e-ink display, which added a second display to the back of the iPhone 6.