Don't-Miss Tablet accessory Stories
In the days following last week's announcement of the new iPad, accessory-makers have raced to launch new products designed to enhance the new tablet. Or at the very least, ones promoted as doing so. Here are the new products we've seen.
There's no end in sight to the slew of new case announcements for Apple's third-generation iPad. The faithful Macworld staff brings you yet another roundup of protective accessories.
With all the new cases announced for the third-generation iPad, we couldn't just make do with one roundup this week. Here's another dose of our weekly case roundups.
The new iPad is here, and our inboxes have been positively flooded with announcements of new case models, along with a few existing cases that have been reimagined for Apple's third-generation tablet.
With Apple hosting a major media event next week, it seems all but inevitable that a new iPad is on its way. While we wait with anticipation, however, there's still time to take a look at new cases for Apple's current tablet.
We always see something new in the iOS accessory roundup. This week's biggest novelty? An iPhone holder that will help you get a powerful, Charles Atlas-style handshake.
We admit it: We're suckers for iOS accessories that take us back to a time before iPhones and iPads, when you had to hook up an expensive console to a television set in order to play games like Pac-Man. Luckily, this week's roundup includes just such an item, as well as a few other new products that caught our eye.
With the rumor mill abuzz with news of an impending iPad 3, we've already started getting press releases from case manufacturers. While we all wait for what promises to be another exciting chapter in the world of Apple tablets, your Macworld staff has been hard at work collecting a brand new batch of great cases that you can use today.
Hasbro realized that iPhone owners won’t want to put down their devices to play Nerf Lazer Tag. So the company is now combining iOS devices with the game.
This week's roundup of accessories includes ways to use your iPhone or iPad with either your hands or your feet. Or without either, if you choose.
After a busy January featuring new products at both Macworld/iWorld and the Consumer Electronics Show, there are still new accessories being made for your iPhone or iPad. Here's some of what caught our eye this week.
Boost the volume of your iPad 2's speaker with a simple and inexpensive add-on. Alexandra Chang demos the SoundJaw on the Macworld | iWorld show floor.
iPads are all over the place at Macworld | iWorld, and fingerprints are all over those iPads. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of iPad cleaners in the exhibit hall.