Bluelounge has been making some great accessories for smartphones, tablets, and computers for the past few years. We recently got a chance to test out the Saidoka dock for iPhone 5/5s ($49.95) and the Mika ($39.95), a universal stand for tablets, e-readers, and laptops. Will either deserve a place on your desk?
Documenting our lives through services like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook is becoming more common these days. You can't even go to dinner without someone snapping a picture of their food. What if there were a way to capture life's precious moments without disrupting them? The team behind MeCam, which we took a look at in August, is offering a solution with the MeCam HD, but needs your help to make make it a reality.
Although your iPhone 5s may not be facing the same battery issues that some handsets are, you may still be searching for a way to keep your iPhone running throughout your day. Mophie offers a few different battery cases for the iPhone 5/5s, but today we'll be looking at the Juice Pack Air ($99.95).
With the introduction of the iPhone 5s, Apple brought two new features to the device's camera: Slow Mo and Burst Mode. Both new shooting modes help capture great content that you can share with the ones you care about. But sharing Slow Mo vids is more difficult than it needs to be, especially on a service like Instagram. Luckily, we have a simple way to do it.
The iPhone 5s has been available for about a month now and the improvements made to its camera (Burst Mode and Slo-Mo) are some of my favorite features. While the iPhone is no action camera, cases like the PhotoProX from Optrix ($149.95) can help blur the line between the iPhone and something like the GoPro. But is it worth the price?
If you're still drooling over the new iPad Air that was just unveiled on Tuesday, then you're in luck as Apple has just confirmed on its website that all retail locations will be opening at 8:00 a.m. local time (an hour earlier than normal) on Friday, Nov.r 1, for the iPad Air launch.
Today's the big day! You just got yourself a shiny new iPhone 5s and it's time to go play. While most users can likely stretch their iPhone's battery life over the span of a normal day, power users like myself need to stop for a charge every few hours. But, what if you're out with no power outlet in site? Fortunately, there are plenty of options to keep your new iPhone going all day, and then some.
With the release of Apple's next iPhone just around the corner, it's safe to say that you'll be looking for a case to protect that shiny new iPhone. If history has taught us anything, the next iPhone should look identical to the iPhone 5 (despite a third color option). The good news here is that any cases currently available for the iPhone 5 should fit the iPhone "5S," including the Saturn Case by Spigen SGP ($24.99).