Even more stuff for the Apple Watch
This week’s roundup of iOS accessories includes even more items for Apple Watch. But don’t worry: We’ve still got stuff for your iPhone and iPad.
The Bandstand is a do-it-all charging dock—the stand is focused on charging your new Apple Watch, of course, but the base offers room to plug in your iPhone and iPad as well. Sign up now if you want to buy it later; the Bandstand won’t ship until summer.
The $80 eleMount is machined from solid aluminum, and features polyurethane “elePads” that let you mount your iPhone almost anywhere you please. Basically, you can mount your phone anyplace that’s flat and smooth.
The $50 Bobine Charging Stand is a flexible stand and cable that can hold your iPhone in whichever position you desire—allowing you to FaceTime, type, or watch videos with minimum effort and maximum convenience. Don’t let the sturdy metal construction fool you: It attaches easily to your computer or other standard USB ports.
The Click is designed to match just about any watch band to your new Apple Watch. Developers say: “Click comes in three materials: a durable polymer starting at just $12, anodized aluminum starting at just $20, and stainless steel starting at just $35, each precisely machined to perfectly blend with Apple Watch.”
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The Simple Station lets you dock your Apple Watch and iPhone at the same time—and look good doing it. You’ll have to wait, though: No pricing or shipping information is available about this product so far—but, gosh, doesn’t it look cool?
Just Mobile describes the $80 Gum Max Duo thusly: “With an 11200mAh capacity, the aluminium-clad Gum Max Duo will give you up to seven extra hours of iPad battery life. And with two USB outputs, you can simultaneously charge your iPad and iPhone.”
The $28 Panoramic Pod lets you take perfect panoramic photos—the tripod includes a windup mechanism that automatically does a 25-second sweep of the horizon.
The $3 Lightweight Compact Pocket Stand is exactly what is sounds like: A small, easy-to-store stand for your iPhone, one that lets you use your iOS device hands-free with a minimum of fuss and expense.
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