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.
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.
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.
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.
The iPhone 5c is Apple’s mid-segment $99 iPhone that comes in a variety of colorful plastic shells, and there are an even wider variety of cases for the device to go with its colorful look. If you’re overwhelmed by this choice, we’ve compiled a list of the best iPhone 5c cases available.
A unique new iPhone case called Lunecase has gone up on Kickstarter which has managed to catch our attention. This accessory will notify users whenever there’s a message or an incoming phone call with a glowing set of LEDs on the back. Interestingly, the case doesn’t need a separate battery to work as it relies on electromagnetic energy from the device itself.