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There’s an app for just about everything...almost.
If you’re crazy about your iPhone, give the device what it deserves, and customize it according to your needs. Certain apps can't do it all.
Whether you’re a gamer, photographer or Siri’s number one fan, here are six accessories that will improve your Apple experience.
The ingenious Gooseneck Lightning cable (now $13.99, or 65 percent off) acts as a flexible mount while your iPhone is charging. The cable is really lightweight, and can be used as a standalone tripod when you want a second screen. It comes with an in-car adapter for handsfree calling and charging on the move.
The ThinCharge (now $56.99, or 55 percent off) adds 200 percent of extra battery life in a svelte case. It features rounded edges intended to protect your iPhone, as well as pass-through charging capabilities. Choose from two colors: white or gold.
The SNES30 Bluetooth controller (now $34.95, or 22 percent off) is great for gaming on the move. It provides physical controls for touchscreen titles, with a battery life of eight hours and a secure mount for your iPhone. It works with many other desktop and mobile platforms, and is a near-exact physical replica of Nintendo's legendary controller.Satechi Bluetooth home button (now $19.99, or 20 percent off) activates Siri from afar. So if you need directions or to make a call, you can do so at the push of a button. It also comes in shutter or media options, for easy, remote-controlled access.
The iPhone is not known for having expansive storage capacity. Luckily, the iSafe Drive Lite (now $99, or 17 percent off) lets you plug in an extra 64GB. With one USB and one Lightning connector, it is ideal for transferring files quickly. The iSafe is the first flash drive to receive MFi certification from Apple, and it offers AES 256-bit encryption for your files.
Another charging option is the Luminid Touch (now $9.99, or 49 percent off). This cable has a Lightning connector that lights up when you touch it. It means you can get your iPhone plugged in at night without disturbing any sleeping beauties.
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