The just released ExoLens kit for the iPhone 6 is a professional pair of lenses, a 3x telephoto and a wide angle that attach to the iPhone with a sturdy lattice mount. The mount is threaded with a standard 1/4"-20 connection, ready for a tripod. The system is designed for growth.
You may have heard Pinterest has teamed up with Apple to allow pinning iOS apps, with links directly to the App Store. Kelly explains how to pin apps so you can start sharing your favorites.
Want to take a formal portrait with your iPhone? Vern Seward has some tips that will help you out in this installment of iPhoneography 101.
If you do a lot of typing on your iPhone or iPad, you might want a keyboard. We have a deal on a foldable, portable, wireless keyboard called myType. It's small enough to fit in your pockets when folded (if you have big pockets), and it's designed to work with iPhone, iPad, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device. it's powered by a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery, and through our deal you can get it for $49.99.
Vern Seward has identified two iPhone add-ons every iPhoneographer should have. They'll help you take better photographs with your iPhone in a variety of situations.
Bryan Chaffin met with the folks at Peri this week to check out their Duo Case. This device is an iPhone case with a built-in 2,500mAh battery for charging your iPhone. It also has two speakers built into the back of the case, making it the most portable of speakers. But what really got him excited is its support for Wi-Fi Audio, which sets this product apart.
Here's a deal on a killer gadget called ZeroLemon SolarJuice—it's a 20,000mAh portable charger for your iPhone, iPad, or Android devices, and you can charge it using the on-board 1.2W solar panels. That's totally cool. 20,000mAh is a ton of power, enough to charge your iPhone 6 more than seven times. If that's not enough, it has a built-in LED flashlight. This thing retails for $100, which is a good price, but through our deal you can get it for $49.99.
In Part 2 of the iPhoneography Portrait series Vern Seward gives more tips on how to improve your portraits.
You know I love cool gadgets, and PowerPot is one of the coolest. It allows you to boil water in a pot—think camping—and convert that thermal energy into electric energy that you can use to charge your mobile devices. We reviewed it a while back if you're looking for our detailed thoughts, but we have a deal on PowerPot today that allows you to get it for $99 (it retails for $149). Enjoy!
It's cold. You have tunes to listen to. You need the Bluetooth Audio Beanie, a beanie with bluetooth speakers embedded into the cloth. It has a microphone, too, so you can use this beanie for phone calls. You can recharge it through a MicroUSB charging port, also built into the beanie.
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