This week’s roundup includes the latest lenses from Olloclip, making your iPhone photos look even better. Read on!
The Olloclip system has been redesigned for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus ($80 on Amazon). As usual, it come with four advanced optics lenses—this time, though, the lenses are built so you can use them with either front or rear-facing camera lenses on your phone. The result? “You can let your photos and selfies run wild.”
Satechi has introduced two new versions of its Aluminum charging stand: One built to support small-ish Lightning-equipped devices like the iPhone, iPad mini, and Apple Pencil ($25 on Amazon); the other to dock and showcase your Apple Watch ($20 on Amazon). Both products come in silver, space gray, and gold.
The Connex Cable eliminates knots and other common problems by fashioning your charge-and-sync cable into a flat, credit-card sized-and-shaped device that fits easily into your wallet.
The $199 H2 Headphones put an emphasis on comfort—featuring everything from lambskin ear cushions to an adaptive headband that adjusts to the size of your head. The H2 is lightweight and comes in a variety of colors.
The $30 LifeShield screen protector doesn’t just protect your iPhone screen from getting cracked—it offers a shield against cooties, too. OK, that’s not the technical term, but the LifeShield includes antimicrobial protection as one of its features: If there are germs or viruses that end up on your screen, the LifeShield will kill most of them.
nGroove Snap 3
Just insert the $28 nGroove Snap 3 mount into your car’s front-loading CD slot on the dash, then snap your iPhone or iPad mini into place. It’s that easy to use.
The Nomad tablet table is basically an end table meant to feature your iPad.The frame is made of powder coated steel; the tabletop tablet insert is made of walnut or oak and finished in translucent oil. It comes in a half-dozen colors.
iLuv’s $9 Selfy Bar attaches to your bicycle’s handlebar and lets you access your iPhone while you’re on the road.
The $229 Staad Attché is built to handle your 12.9-inch iPad Pro—worn over the shoulder or carried by the handle, and it even has a dedicated pocket for the Apple Pencil.
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