Wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have to worry about coiling up your phone charger or getting the wires tangled and damaged? Sure, wireless chargers are great, but they’re slow, and older iOS devices don’t support it anyhow.
We’ve all dreamed of owning our own lightsaber, just like the ones that Luke and Darth Vader used in the movies. Sure, you can buy props that look pretty awesome, but we all want a lightsaber that is actually made of light, like in the movies.
I’ve played a few instruments in my lifetime, but my stint playing the guitar was probably the shortest. It’s not that I didn’t enjoy it, it’s that I just didn’t have the time to dedicate to going to class and learning it properly.
If you feel that you need to pair your iPhone with your socks, you need some serious help. Actually, the tech world needs some serious help, because iPhone enabled socks actually exist.
These Classic Calf Socks with Plus+ technology are sold by Blacksocks.com.
Putting screen protectors on your phone is a pain, and let’s face it, humans are not very good at it. You get those air bubbles and dust under them, and sometimes it’s all crooked. Well, as usual, there’s a robot that can do it better.
Kawasaki’s dual-arm manufacturing robot “duAro” does lots of things, including putting on screen protectors perfectly.
If you like to shoot videos or photos with your smartphone, chances are you have at least one accessory like a selfie stick or a tripod. Each of these serves a purpose, but it’s frankly a pain to carry around multiple gadgets.
There’s a story floating around the internet that a woman in China managed to amass an army of 20 boyfriends, and then managed to convince each of them to buy her an iPhone 7. Then she sold them all to buy a house.
Youtuber TechRax likes to buy expensive gadgets and destroy them for views. Yeah, this kind of stuff gets old pretty quick, but it’s gotten him over 5 million subscribers. And the only reason I’m sharing this video with you guys is because his latest video has Rax at the top of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.
See this dog in the pic? That’s Wang Sicong’s dog Coco, and he’s now the proud owner of eight iPhone 7s. The phones were a gift from his master, which is crazy. A rich dog doesn’t need more than four iPhones.
On September 7th, Apple announced its latest generation of iPhones during a special live event in San Francisco. Ever since, fans and detractors have not been very that happy about one of the “improvements” to the device ever since.
Did you know that you can make Flubber at home? Don’t worry, it will not come to life and have a mind of its own. But it may do some other things that impress you. Gizmo Slip wanted to find out if it would protect an iPhone SE from a 100 foot drop.
It turns out that homemade Flubber is just Elmer’s clear glue, Borax, water and food coloring, so naturally they made up a batch, encased an iPhone inside and climbed to the top of a 100 foot building to drop it.
Time to up your Pokémon catching skills. This DIY iPhone case is simple and brilliant. It will help even the suckiest poke ball throwers catch a Pokémon while playing Pokémon GO.
It was designed by Jon Cleaver and the idea is that it helps you make consistent Pokéball throws in the mobile game.
No matter how much storage we have in our phones, it is never enough. Our music, photos, video, and app collections are always growing. Forget having to delete files so you have room to keep adding new media.