This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes several new ways to get the most out of your iPhone as a camera, as well as stands, mounts, and more.
You say you have a desire to convert all your books on tape to a form playable on your iOS device? Chris Breen shows you how.
The Marley Chant is inexpensive, compact, and light, and it includes a clever, custom-fit canvas bag. But you shouldn't expect audiophile-quality sound.
You MacBook Pro's cable clutter's stylish end may come from the MacDock Pro's hand.
MuLab offers all the audio and MIDI recording features the average musician needs, and few that they don't. Power without stressful visual overload (and they said it couldn't be done).
Cerwin-Vega's XD3 speaker system won't earn any accolades for balanced audio, but that may not be what you're looking for.
Audiobus is a cool utility that allows you to route audio between iOS music apps. With GarageBand now compatible, Audiobus is even more valuable to mobile musicians.
Public Radio Player is one of the best aggregators of public radio content in the land—with more than 500 stations available for live streaming and more than 1,000 listen-on-demand programs—and the app keeps adding features to make it ever more useful.
All of a sudden your Mac won't play sound from its internal speakers. The headphone port may have everything to do with the issue says Chris Breen.
Bowers & Wilkins has announced two additions to its Wireless Music System product line: the Z2 and a retooled Zeppelin Air.