Apple's new iPhone 11 lineup hits the proverbial shelves on September 20th, and if you plan on ordering the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max you probably want to protect it with a decent case. Even if you don't mind dents and scratches, 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.
The year 2017 was the year of Qi wireless charging for Apple devices. Much of the buzz surrounding the iPhone 8 and iPhone X revolves around the additions of a built-in charging receiver and glass back. While the simplest way to get Qi charging is to upgrade, iPhone owners may not want to spend the money. Luckily, for those with earlier model iPhones there is a cheap way to try wireless charging with your existing iPhone.
AirPods are incredibly easy to pair with any iPhone running iOS 10 or later. Apple continues to tout the simplicity and reliability of the AirPods' built-in W1 chip. As the availability of AirPods improves, more Apple fans will give them a try. Follow these steps to connect AirPods to your iPhone for the first time:
Totallee offers the thin leather iPhone case for the minimalist who still wants protection. Most people who dislike iPhone cases begrudgingly use one to prevent bumps and scratches. The arguments against a case range from aesthetics to size and weight. Some cases provide ample protection, however they can make accessing ports or using the iPhone a difficult experience. Totallee's solution is billed as the "thinnest leather case in the world", weighing just one tenth of an ounce (less than 3 grams).
Just Mobile has crafted an in-car charger worthy of Apple design fans worldwide. The Highway Max provides ample power for charging two devices simultaneously in a sleek, aluminum package that's compact and functional. USB chargers that plug into the cigarette lighter (or 12V power outlet) are pretty common, so what sets the Highway Max apart from the crowd?