They say the best camera is the one you always carry. For most of us, that camera is the iPhone. Now, no one's saying an iPhone will take better pictures than a DSLR, but it does make for an awfully decent point and shoot, and has a ton of options (nay, apps!) for instantly sharing your photos. These accessories will help you make the photos and videos you take with your iPhone even better, and help close the gap between your iPhone and your other cameras.
Try as Apple might to keep its new iPhones a secret, if the company wants to have accessories available on launch day, they have to share with third-party companies. That’s why cases are often an early indicator of what the next generation device will look like, and now comes a new wrinkle: A screen protector that’s mysteriously a little wider, with space for an elongated home button.
It’s tough being an early adopter, such as those of us who jumped on board the Thunderbolt train earlier this year with a new Mac, only to discover there was so very little to plug into that I/O port. Among the many promises of Thunderbolt is a docking station, and Belkin appears poised to please on that front.
Maybe you’re not down with Apple’s push for a gesture-based operating system on OS X Lion, preferring to crunch numbers the old-fashioned way with your keyboard. You may change your opinion soon enough when you see how easy it is to temporarily convert a Magic Trackpad into a touchable number pad.
There's no doubt that the iPhone is ubiquitos and has a multitude of features, but while there may be an app for everything, what about accessories? Plenty of third-party manufacturers have developed interesting-looking peripherals and add-ons for your iPhone. Some of them are helpful, and some of them seem pointless, but when they range from a telescope to a breathalyzer, it really is amazing how far technology has come. Read through for a look at some of the most outrageous, and interesting, tack on accessories for your iPhone.
Back to school season is upon us, and while returning to class can be painful after and long and leisurely summer break, it does give us the opportunity to shop for new toys. Whether you're a fresh frosh or a senior almost ready for graduation, it's always fun to take advantage of the back to school deals that pop up every fall.
We all know Apple themselves are offering $100 worth of apps to any student who purchases a Mac, but there's so much more out there. So, we've scoured to web for some Mac deals on products every college student needs.
The new Mac mini is certainly a gorgeous portable powerhouse, giving users the chance to have the capabilities of a Mac desktop all at a pretty affordable price. With that though, to get it to be a full fledged Mac, you need to outfit it with some new gear, be it a monitor, keyboard, mouse, or perhaps some sweet new speakers. Check out some of the offerings to get you started, and perhaps help you decide further if the latest Mac mini is right for you and your budget.
The iPhone 4 makes a pretty great pocketable camera, but as awesome as it can be, the lens leaves a lot to be desired -- until now. If you’ve got some spare cash and SLR lenses waiting to be put to use, one accessories manufacturer has just the gadget for you.
Thunderbolt is finally here! On the heels of a small software update Monday night, Apple has started selling their own $49 cable as well as Promise Pegasus R4 and R6 RAID systems available in capacities ranging from 4TB all the way up to 12TB.
If you're anything like the average Mac user, you're probably creative enough to have come up with an invention or two in your time; something useful that could very well change the way the world works. However, there is a big stumbling block on the path to getting your invention out there: Building a prototype. It can be expensive to hire someone to make one for you, if you aren't skilled enough to do it yourself. Fortunately, that's where Quirky can help.