If you need to repair an iPhone, the iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit is your best bet.
A low-profile stainless steel keychain with a spring clip and a post to keep your keys in a tidy row.
Share a single Apple TV to two TVs with this HDMI splitter.
Works like a multi-tool for your keys (plus it stops all that irritating jangling).
ElevationDock 3 is the best dock for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
When buying a pressure washer, be sure to stick to one with a Honda engine.
If you own a new MacBook, this is a must have cable.
This Foscam FI9821P is a great way to checkup on your kids that are playing in another room.
There are a lot of Apple Watch docks on the market, but this is definitely one of a kind.
My iPhone has taken a few bumps along the way, and this case has kept it in perfect condition. This model works on the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus.
A specially-designed keyring that makes it super easy to add or remove keys and keeps them secure the rest of the time.
The LG Chromebase is a great option for an in-expensive home desktop.
Forté for Apple Watch is great new dock from Twelve South.
I’ve struggled for the past few years to find a bag that I loved. I found plenty that I liked, but I could always find a flaw. I wanted something stylish, but also functional. I’ve tried backpacks, and I’ve tried messenger bags. After buying and returning countless bags, I’ve finally settled on the Fossil Estate Saffiano Leather EW Messenger Bag.
MilestonePod is a really interesting device for runners and walkers. On first glance, it looks basic. It doesn’t look high tech at all. By design, it’s simple. It’s attached to your shoe, and it’s always tracking your runs/walks. You can then sync the device over Bluetooth to their iPhone or Android apps. There is no start or stop button. You simply get moving, and the device tracks your steps. At $25, MilestonePod is a really in-expensive fitness tracker for runners of any kind.
Ever since I saw the Apple Watch for the first time, I knew that it would be a popular item for accessories. Even before Apple announced their third party band program, Monowear Design was already planning out their strategy. With a successful Kickstarter campaign, they began manufacturing a host of bands. While these bands are not officially “Made for Apple Watch” according to Apple’s program, I can confirm they work well. Monowear sent me a few bands to sample, so I wanted to run through my thoughts on them.