Take your Apple device's sound to the next level with the Minx Go Bluetooth speaker from Cambridge Audio. Sleek and compact, this portable speaker is built to wirelessly stream music to your iPhone, iPad, laptop, or other device so you can fill the room with high-quality sound for up to 18 hours. We're giving one away for free after the jump!
Phiaton’s Bridge MS 500 Headphones are built to make your audio experience to be the best it can be, and we’re giving away a pair of these headphones for free to one lucky Mac|Life reader. Details after the jump!
We reviewed the iHome Smart Pack for Mac in the August issue of Mac|Life, and now we're giving you the chance to win one of your very own--along with a bunch of other cool stuff! Details after the jump!
French consumer electronics manufacturer Archos may not be a household name here in the U.S., but they've been making portable media players for years -- and now they're dipping a toe into iPad accessories as well.
Many iPad games have been designed in mind for ION Audio's iCade, the peripheral that brings a physical joystick and buttons to Apple's tablet in an arcade-like cabinet, with more and more titles being added on a regular basis. The official list includes a large mix of classic arcade games, many more designed in their mold, and numerous other interesting experiences, but if you have an iCade and just want to tear into some great games without digging around, here are our picks for some of the best iCade-compatible options available.
So you thought the iCade Arcade Cabinet for iPad was a neat iOS accessory? Well, you're going to need someone to pick you up off the floor after you see the iPhone Pinball Magic accessory. The pinball table features flipper buttons, a ball-launching plunger, a credit / select button, an animated LED back panel display, and foldaway legs.
Apple haters love to trot out the fact that the iPhone and iPod touch lack a physical keyboard. And of course, the first feature iPhone users notice about any rival keyboard-equipped smartphone is usually the microscopic keys. 4iThumbs attempts to bridge that gap, offering some of the tactile feedback of a hard keyboard without giving up all the benefits of the iPhone’s virtual keys.
While the Apple tablet hype has been in full force for the past few months, the actual tablet rumor has been going on for years. While the tablet has yet to appear, the Mac|Life staff has been hard at work creating mock-ups of the fabled tablet. Check out some of our favorite and one that still makes us giddy when we see it, the tablet dock.