When Apple introduced the Lightning connector to late-model iOS devices, it left a lot of orphans. For years, accessory makers have been building speaker docks using the 30-pin Dock Connector. With WaveJamr, you can convert your old dock to Bluetooth, and get some more life out of your gadgets.
You already paid big bucks for your iPhone, iPod touch, and/or iPad. You shouldn't have to max out your credit on cases and add-ons for it, too. (Save some dough for apps!) Instead, check out our gallery of 20 handy iOS accessories for under $20. There's bound to be something you'll want to drop a Jackson on.
Apple includes a USB power adapter with every new iPhone, iPod, and iPad, so in theory I should have...oh, at least 9 (no kidding) in my possession. In reality I am always looking for one. This is probably because I leave them behind in hotels or let friends borrow them, but how they disappear isn't the issue. The issue is how much I hate paying Apple for a new one. Luckily, RadTech's ACpower is cheaper than Apple's power adapters, and it can charge two iPads at once.
The thing I love most about the iPad mini is how it fits in all my computer bags and purses, even just nestled snug against my MacBook Pro. But I want to keep the screen and back of the mini as pristine as I can, and RadTech's stretchy, soft RadSleevz is just the ticket -- it can even fit over a Smart Cover.
While we love the protection and style provided by iPod and iPhone cases, they can also be a huge pain in the rear. Like fitting a square peg into a round hole, some audio docks and other accessories don’t offer the kind of clearance around the dock connector that’s needed in order to leave our cases permanently in place. Of course, you can spend time prying your favorite case off every time you want to charge your iPod touch -- or you can use RadTech’s ProCable Shortz Extender to give your dock connector–equipped device just a bit more breathing room.