Lots of lenses
This week’s roundup includes three different products meant to help you create professional-looking videos and pictures on your iPhone. Read on!
Want to make your videos look smooth instead of jerking around so much they induce headaches? The Smoovie ($29 MSRP) is a a pocket-sized magnet-powered video stabilizer—just slip your iPhone into the device, and gravity (working in combination with two powerful neodymium magnets) keeps your camera steady.
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The Locksmart Mini ($69.95 MSRP) ditches keys and combination codes entirely, relying on your iPhone to unlock access to your precious valuables. Better yet, you can choose to share the virtual keys to your locks with friends and family, or to take them away. The lock is available in black, blue, and red.
The Auxillite (a pledge of $9 or more) lets you keep music on your iPhone 7 going even while it’s charging—the device plugs into the phone’s Lightning port and features a plug-in for your headphones and a plug-in for your Lightning syncing and charging cable. It’s available in black or silver.
Winter’s on the way! That means it’s time for this company to unveil its annual Touchscreen Gloves Collection ($23 to $93 MSRP), fleece-lined gloves that let you operate your iOS device outside in the freezing air without having to get your hands cold. The gloves come in a number of styles, including leather and wool, and in single- and double-layered varieties.
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