There’s no reason why you can’t go out and pick up more iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus cases than you know what to do with. It’s like collecting baseball cards. What are you going to do with all those baseball cards anyway? They can’t protect your iPhone 6 - they can’t protect your iPhone 6 Plus either!
Over the past few hours quite a few different brands have released their official iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cases. These aren’t the same as the "early adopters" revealing cases with pre-confirmation specifications. These are the real deal: the first wave of actual final-build Apple iPhone 6 cases ready to roll.
Your iPhone can do a lot, but it has limitations. What if it could be a phone and a leatherman tool, though? Tasklab has made that possible, bringing a bevy of tools to your favorite device.
Now that Starbucks and Duracell are rolling out a nationwide wireless charging initiative at Starbucks stores, will it work with your phone? Not a lot of us have phones that can accept a charge via a contact pad like the Powermat Starbucks will be using. Especially those with iPhones, which has never had any method of wireless charging. That’s changed, though, and we’ll tell you how you can charge your iPhone wirelessly at Starbucks in the near future.
The debate about whether a laptop can be adequately replaced with a tablet is a hot one, usually drawing passionate arguments from both sides of the fence. For some it isn't a viable option, but others who use their laptops for casual browsing, watching videos, and playing simple games increasingly wonder the point of keeping around a laptop when a tablet best suits their needs. For those people, a handful of accessories will take you full circle, enabling your tablet to double as a laptop when necessary.
Two cases, which purport to be for two new iPhones, have “leaked”. According to the source, these are cases for both a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone. For effect, they’re shown next to an iPhone 5S and Galaxy S5, giving a good idea of the dimensional aspects a new iPhone might have compared to a few other flagships.
Google has quietly introduced a hard case for its Glass headset, addressing a design issue notorious among early-adopters of the headset where the right arm could easily snap, even when in the standard pouch. Glass' design features a narrow plastic stem between the battery section, which sits behind the wearer's right ear, and the body of the wearable; unlike most of the body, it goes unreinforced by the titanium headband. Now, albeit only with the new Glass frames collection, there's a hard case to address that shortcoming.