Get your gadgets in the Christmas spirit with this holiday-themed set of wallpapers sized to fit your iPhone, your iPad, and your Mac/PC.
Apple’s new Apps for (RED) campaign is a special section of the App Store dedicated to raising money for the Global Fund to fight AIDS
The absolute best way to track shipments from order to delivery, no matter the carrier.
The Dragons are small, lightweight, and of course, dragon-shaped pairs of docks for iPhone and iPad. We’ll be giving away a pair to one of our newsletter subscribers at the end of this week.
Hard Graft’s new Phone Pack is a slim and compact way to carry your everyday essentials. Leave your days of bulging pockets behind.
The upcoming Amp case for iPhone houses dual speakers and a Cortex-M4 processor to pump out crystal-clear audio no matter where you are, and provides an extra power boost when you need it.
The folks at Panic have delivered again with Prompt 2 for iOS. Prompt 2 is a great SSH client for iOS. It supports touch ID, Panic Sync, and has a new clipping feature to saved your most frequently used commands.
Speaking of iPhone 6 accessories, if you’re on the look out for an awesome new stand-slash-dock for your new iPhone, check outthe HiRise. It’s adjustable, so it can handle your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, with or without a case.
It’s still the early days for iPhone 6 accessories, but we’ve already found a jogging armband + case that we love: the SUPCASE Sport.
Manual is a new iPhone app that takes advantage of iOS 8’s expanded camera API to give you full independent control of shutter, ISO, exposure compensation, white balance, focus, and more.
Hard Graft’s leather-and-wool Mighty Phone Fold Wallet is a redesigned version of their Phone Fold Wallet, now able to fit the new iPhone 6 and more cards/cash.
TextExpander 3 is another in a long line of apps taking advantage of awesome new features in iOS 8.
As much as we’ve loved the iOS version of 1Password, it has always been crippled by the sandboxing Apple put in place to keep apps from talking to one another. With the release of iOS 8 and its new system share sheet, that is no longer a concern.