It goes everywhere you go, and you probably have already seen some of the many thousands of gadgets made for your iPhone. Some of these can truly transform the user experience depending on what you want to do. But which ones are better than the rest? Which options will enhance your iPhone from "has some cool apps" and "has a decent camera" to "my phone makes me a bad ass"?
Read on if you're interested in taking your iPhone to the next level. These gadgets will not only transform your user experience, they may also save you a pretty penny in the long run. You might be one of those people who get a new phone (the latest phone) every year, but some of these gadgets may make you question that.
Almost every year, a new piece of smartphone technology is developed and pushes the label on the latest "it" phone. If your current phone does way more than other phones of the same type, you can then decide whether or not you really want to drop $700 on a new one every year. Whether it's an awesome case or an original accessory, it may be worth the wait and the savings.
1Anker A7908 Bluetooth Speaker
At under $50, this speaker leaves very little else to desire. The Anker A7908 delivers quality sound at an affordable price, the 2-inch speaker coming equipped with natural overtones. You won't need to recharge this thing until it hits about 20 hours of playback. It utilizes Bluetooth 4.0 and the best part is that it works with just about any smartphone. Of course, including the iPhone 6.
2Annex Quad Lock Bike Mount
If you've ever gone on a bike right and tried to use your iPhone, you've probably noticed a lack of convenience in doing so. These days there has been a lot of innovation in cycling, and a litany of mounts on the market, but most of these products take a lot of space or attach in awkward positions. The Quad Lock, with two zip ties fastening the mount to your frame sans extra bulk, is a categorical standout.
Streamlined and durable, the case snaps into the mount. It's sweat and water resistant, a must for rocky bike rides. For the iPhone 6, the $40 case is sold separately from the mount, priced at $30.
David Baker is a resident of Houston, Texas. He's a huge tech geek, loves frequent travel, and most importantly basketball (go Rockets!). His passion for guiding others has been deep-rooted all his life.