New accessories for your iOS devices Image by IDGThis week\u2019s roundup includes a few new items that made their debut at this year\u2019s Consumer Electronics Show. Read on (and you can check out more of Macworld\u2019s CES coverage here)!Dok SolutionImage by dokThis company\u2019s Dok Talk CR25 ($189 MSRP) will let you charge up to five smart devices at the same time\u2014impressive enough\u2014but comes with an interesting additional feature: Integration with Amazon\u2019s Alexa Voice Smart Search to answer calls, control your schedule, play songs, search the Internet, and more. This device is expected to ship in April. The \u201csmart assistant\u201d wars are certainly taking a new step forward, aren\u2019t they?KanexImage by kanexAlso in time for CES, Kanex has announced a trio of new Apple Watch accessories: the GoPower Watch Stand ($79.95 MSRP), a magnetic charging stand; the GoPower Watch Mini ($59.95 MSRP), a portable keychain battery; and the GoPower Watch ($99.95 MSRP; same price on AmazonRemove product link), the first cordless portable charger for Apple Watch. The last product is already available; the first two ship in February.GiropticImage by giropticioWe\u2019ve moved on from live video on social media. The newest thing? Video that gives you a 360-degree HD view of the scene. Giroptic IO ($249 MSRP) is built to deliver the new hotness: It features high-quality twin custom lenses and connects to your phone or tablet so you can easily provide live, immersive video to your friends.Fellow ProductsImage by staggekgplusWe know people who adore \u201cpour-over\u201d coffee, but we frankly can\u2019t discern what makes it so great. Still: If you\u2019re a coffee achiever, you\u2019ll want to check out the Stagg EKG+ ($149 pledge on Kickstarter), an electric pour-over kettle that you can control from an iPhone app. You\u2019ll get precise feedback on water temperature, and you can track your recipes for making the perfect cup o\u2019 joe.LumuImage by lumuLumu Power ($229 MSRP) is a light meter to help you craft the very best pictures on your iPhone; the meter plugs into the phone and helps you determine the color and exposure of your digital photographs. The device was born as a Kickstarter project; it ships in February.MagBakImage by magbakThe MagBak for iPhone and iPad ($39 MSRP in both formats; $36.96 for select models on AmazonRemove product link) is billed as \u201cthe world\u2019s thinnest mount\u201d for your iOS devices. They\u2019re made to magnetically attach your phone or tablet to metal surfaces; if you don\u2019t have a metal surface, you can put MagSticks ($19 MSRP) on the mounting surface so that MagBak can still do its magic.ScoscheImage by ScoscheThe HPL1 ($60 MSRP; same price on AmazonRemove product link) earbuds \u201cprovide a direct connection with your Lightning port, delivering outstanding sound quality. Not only limited to iPhone 7, these earbuds are compatible with all Lightning iOS devices.\u201dUSBFeverImage by usbfeverThe Lens Combo for iPhone 7 ($110 MSRP) includes a 180-degree fisheye lens + macro lens; a 0.68X wide-angle lens + macro lens; a 2X telephoto lens; a 9X telephoto lens; a 12X \u201csuper\u201d telephoto lens; and a 20X super macro lens-microscope lens. The package also includes a mini tripod for stabilizing your shots.