Apple faithfuls and newcomers alike began pre-ordering Apple's new iPhone 11 lineup yesterday, which arrives in stores and homes on September 20th. If you ordered or you plan on ordering the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max, you're likely to want to keep it safe with a brand new case. Even if you're not particularly accident-prone or protective of your iPhone, it's a good idea to keep your iPhone in good condition so you can get a better resale or trade-in value for it, especially considering the hefty price tags on these devices.
Apple's new iPhone 11 lineup hits the proverbial (or actual) shelves on September 20th, and if you plan on ordering the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max, chances are you want to keep it safe with a new case. Even if you don't mind the occasional scratch or scuff and aren't prone to drops, it's a good idea to keep your iPhone in good condition if for no other reason than to get a better resale or trade-in value for it, especially considering the hefty price tags on these devices.
Even with all Apple's battery health tools the battery on your older iPhone 7 or iPhone 8 could probably still use a little more juice. There's no such thing as too much battery life, and a battery case can provide up to 20 hours of extra browsing, video watching and texting.
There's no shortage of Lightning to USB cables for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. While some of the new iPhones are equipped with wireless charging, a cable still comes in handy for charging and syncing to a computer. With so many Lightning-compatible cables on the market, how can one choose the best value cable for the money?
Apple reportedly has engineers working on a stylus for the iPhone. Despite Steve Jobs' famous lines disparaging smartphones with a stylus ten years ago, times have changed. The iPad Pro supports Apple Pencil, and devices such as the Galaxy note come with the accessory. Should Apple launch an iPhone-compatible pencil, it wouldn't be available until 2019.