Posts Tagged “Accessories”

Nuevue iPhone case cleans the screen every time you use it

The ritual of pulling out a smartphone and wiping the screen with a shirt or microfiber will be made redundant with the release of Nuevue, an iPhone case that wipes the screen for you. Inside each Nuevue case is a microfiber material that is designed to remove smudges, dust, and fingerprints in one fell swoop. When the user press down slightly on the case's exterior and then slides the phone out, the inner lining wipes the screen and makes it more presentable. Take a look at how it operates in the video below.

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Olloclip lens attachment makes iPhones and iPads take better photos

The iPhoneographer scene, and smartphone photography as a whole, has increased quite a bit in recent years, so a number of apps and accessories have sprung up to take cater to that audience. One such product is Olloclip, a camera accessory that attaches different lenses to take better photos with an iPhone. It's also now a way to take better photos with an iPad. Read More »

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BlackBerry sues Typo, the Ryan Seacrest backed hardware keyboard for the iPhone

When a company backed by TV and radio personality Ryan Seacrest announced Typo, a clip-on QWERTY keyboard for the iPhone 5 and 5s devices, it was obvious where the inspiration for the Bluetooth accessory came from. The raised keys had an obvious resemblance to BlackBerry keyboards, and the resemblance has become so noticeable that BlackBerry has filed suit against the company. Read More »

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Anyone want to turn an iPhone into a smart watch? Smartlet can help

There's a new Kickstarter project with a rather odd goal. Instead of going the Pebble route and asking people to support a watch that can connect to a smartphone, it wants to turn the phone into a smartwatch. Take a closer look at Smartlet, a wrist accessory that holds the iPhone in place so it can remove the smart watch middle man.

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My gut reaction is to say that this is the dumbest thing I've seen all year. It's bulky, looks silly, and will probably be very impractical in daily life. However, for people who already use their iPhone with an armband or don't need mobility, maybe it's not so crazy? The Smartlet Kickstarter project has 20 days to go and it still needs to raise $25,000 to be successful. Backers who pledge $29 or $39 can be first in line to receive the product when it is released in May.

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Fitbit makes iPhone 5s your activity tracker, wristband not required

Fitbit has updated its Apple iOS 7 app to include basic fitness tracking, a surprising move for a company that benefits most when people purchase its wristband accessory. Even people who don’t have a Fitbit can use the companion app because the latest version now available for download uses the M7 motion sensor to provide fitness stats in its place. Read More »

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Typo shows how to get a physical keyboard on an iPhone

Apple iPhone users, like most modern smartphone buyers, have become comfortable enough with the advancements of touchscreen technology that typing on physical keys is no longer a necessity. For the people who still prefer the feedback of touching an actual button rather than a virtual one, the Typo keyboard case helps iPhone 5 or 5s owners have the best of both worlds. Read More »

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Foaster creates dual iPhone charging dock for clutter free charging

Charging an iPhone can be a challenge for someone hoping to keep their counters free of cable clutter, especially if that person lives in a home with multiple iPhones. A new charging dock aims to solve that minor problem by hiding a charging station in plain sight. The Kickstarter project Foaster is a dock that looks like a toaster but works to recharge a phone, hence the name. Watch this demo video to see how it works. Read More »

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PhoneSuit Flex Micro Battery Charger for iPhone 5   Video Review

The Powersuit Flex battery charger adds 125% more power to your battery. It's built from anodized aluminum and has a cover to protect the lightning connector while carrying in your pocket or purse. It retails for $69.99 and can be bought for most smartphones. Check out the hands on review below for a closer look at the PhoneSuit Flex Battery Charger.

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