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The price range, quality, and diversity of add-on lenses for iPhones is enormous. But you may have to buy into one ecosystem.
While not perfect, Hitcase balances cost and quality in its wide-angle and macro lenses.
This iPhone lens system has snap, but lacks crackle or pop.
A nice combination of lenses in an utterly compact space outperform expectations at this price.
A $20 lens falls below a level of quality needed even for snapshots.
The price tag might deter some, but the lens quality is worth it for those who want the best iPhone system.
So you know you want an iPhone—but which one? Our iPhone buying guide has all the answers.
Previously, a Plus-sized iPhone meant a bigger screen and that was about it. With the iPhone 7 Plus, the dual-lens camera is a major selling point.
The A10 Fusion chip screams. The camera takes great photos with no effort. But the iPhone 7's missing headphone jack has made my life a little harder, and that's too bad.
Photographers get a better camera, and the accident-prone get water resistance. What about everyone else?
I really thought I'd hate the AirPods, but guess what? They rock!
Transform those moving pictures into GIFs or movies that you can use to dazzle others with your adorable children and pets.
The Engage Folio Lux's see-through backing does let you see all of your iPhone, but unfortunately that's not enough to make up for its shortcomings.
This case is little too quirky for heavy credit card use, but perfect if you want to ditch your wallet for a day at the beach.
The Connect Wallet's innovative folio design combines a hard shell with a removable outer wallet.