Latest iOS Accessories To Date

| February 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Are you getting tired of your device as there’s nothing left for curiosity? If so, I have something for you that will resurrect a new relation between you and your device. Our new move on the latest iOS accessories comprise all that everyone wishes to have. So, check’em out.


the best choice for your iPhone

The Snail Speaker ($8; iPhone 5) does a perfect job, giving a new touch to your device that enlarges the scope of your handsets’ volume. That’s really catchy stuff that can grab any other’s attention easily. So, impress your fellows with this new innovation.


New idea of charging your iPhone

The Aero Wireless ($100; iPhone 5/5S) is a battery case that features a 2000mAh battery, giving extra life to your toy. The inventive idea lets you charge your handset without having the messy clutter of wires. Just need to put your iPhone to the induction charging mat, that’s it from the procedure.


Phoneography Starter kit

The Phoneography Starter Kit ($30) offers everything that requires for a perfect photography. The Kit features a set of clear lens, polarizer lens, and flash filters. An online photography course is also provided as a complimentary offer.


perfect tool for photography

The Poppy ($59) helps you create 3D photos for perfect viewing. It’s a worth paying stuff, which every photo enthusiast should keep, adding more advancement to their job. Go and grab whole-new concept that has been concealed in the Poppy.


Boost your handset's sound

The Voombox-Outdoor ($100) is a portable and rugged stereo speaker that requires no wires when you’re on the go. Above all, the device is water-repellent and gives the power of 15watts to create large sound. Amazingly, it can last up to 12hrs of audio streaming with only single charge.


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