There's a heavy emphasis on music-making in our latest weekly roundup of iOS accessories.
Any week with an Apple event is a good week in our book. But it's not always possible to keep up with a week's worth of Apple news. That's where the Weekly Wrap comes in.
Just Mobile's AluPen Pro is a revamp of the company's original AluPen stylus, adding 2-in-1 functionality in a slimmer package, while keeping the great design ethic.
Aluminum-machined styluses are all the rage these days, with Arctic Accessories's Architect Stylus the latest in a long line of impeccably-designed devices. But while the Architect may take its cues from Adonit's line of capped pens, and the sleek figure of Wacom's Bamboo, it winds up being in a class all its own.
There are styluses for writing, styluses for painting, styluses for navigating, and even styluses for playing a virtual guitar. Whatever your use case may be, here's a guide to help you find what you need.
Staff editor Serenity Caldwell strums out a few notes with the Woodees iPic Stylus in this Macworld video.
The Woodees $15 iPic Stylus is a quirky pick-and-rubber-nib hybrid designed to aid users in their quest to become digital music masters.
Ten One Design started the iOS stylus craze with the Pogo Sketch; now, the company’s attempting to top its previous offerings with The Pogo Sketch Pro.
Wacom's Bamboo Stylus is one of the pricier touchscreen styluses on the market, but the company isn't simply resting on the laurels of its brand recognition. The Bamboo Stylus is comfortable, well-balanced, and works well for both drawing and writing.
Steve Jobs may hate the idea of using a stylus on his touchscreen devices, but there are times an intermediary accessory just works better than your fingertip. We've tested several of the stylus offerings on the market and gathered our results together for an old-fashioned review roundup.