Twelve South has become one of the more popular names when it comes to third-party accessories for Apple products, and now they’ve added yet another color option to their popular HiRise Deluxe lineup.
Recently, Apple launched a brand new battery case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, which left many people scratching their head for a variety of reasons.
Earlier today, Apple launched an official $99 Smart Battery case for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6. This is the first time that Apple has ever launched an official battery pack or case for its devices, and it has definitely taken quite a few people by surprise.
Surprising almost everyone, Apple today launched its first official battery case for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6. Dubbed the Smart Battery Case, Apple boasts that it will improve the talk time of the iPhone 6s to up to 25 hours, allow you to browse the internet for 18 hours straight or playback videos for up to 20 hours.
OnePlus, the company known for releasing smartphones that require an invite to be purchased, today launched a case for the iPhone 6s…yes, iPhone 6s. What sets the simple clip-on case apart from other cases in the market, is that it features the company’s signature ‘sandstone’ textured back that improves grip-ability.
It’s that time of the year when gift giving is on everyone’s mind. If you have an Apple owner on your list, then you may appreciate our holiday gift guide below. Read on for our picks of the best Apple products and accessories on the market right now. If you need some additional inspiration you also can check out Apple’s recommended buying guide, which not surprisingly heavily recommends Apple products.
It’s not every day that something like this comes around that can actually change the way you use your device. This is a pretty awesome product that you need to see in action in order to really appreciate. And on top of all that, it’s pretty cheap.
It’s not easy to keep an eye on what kind of content your kids are accessing on their iOS devices, or how often they’re accessing it. But Circle with Disney is here to help. The little cube works alongside your home network and allows to specify how much Wi-Fi time your kids should get, and how they use it.