There are a million accessories for listening to music from your iPhone or iPad, and this week’s roundup includes about half of them, plus items to help you hold your phone or use it as a laser. Yes, a laser.
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The Lower East Side Audio Dock Air sounds amazing and doesn't take up much space, but it's not without some odd design choices.
There are always more ways to listen to music on your iPhone, iPad, and iPad touch. This week's roundup of recently announced iOS accessories includes a few.
We tested four desktop amplifiers, each with a built-in digital-to-analog converter (DAC), aimed at turning your Mac into a quality desktop audio system.
The BassDock is a very good iPad charging stand, and the integrated speaker is plenty powerful, too.
The new iPad is now in the hands of 3 million owners, and counting. Accessory makers are still getting up to speed with new products meant to be used with the new tablet. Here are a few that caught our eye this week.
Sonos releases its new desktop Controller app, revealing a makeover, along with improved search and streaming.
Whether the new iPad is your first or you're upgrading from an older model, you're probably wondering whether existing accessories--those originally designed for the iPad 2--work with the new model. We've spent much of the day testing the new iPad with accessories originally made for the iPad 2, and here's the scoop on what works and what doesn't.
Looking for accessory recommendations for your new iPad? We've got a quick buying guide to the most-useful iPad add-ons.