You’ve just unwrapped a shiny new iPhone — maybe an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, or maybe a slightly older (but still awesome) model like the iPhone SE. Keep it protected and make it do more with these must-have accessories, in order from most to least essential.
Every iPhone and every iPad needs a Lightning cable to charge it, yet the one Apple supplies in the box is kind of… crappy. The cables tend to wear out quite quickly, becoming frayed and dangerous to use. Thankfully, there are plenty of worthwhile replacements that offer reinforced connections, tougher braided designs, new colour schemes and other upgrades. Here are five of our favourite options.
The first digital image was created in 1957, and measured 176 x 176 pixels. Even at this limited resolution, it was ground-breaking: a way to display real world images on a computer screen. Pixel counts grew rapidly, particularly in home computers and video game consoles of the 70s, 80s and 90s, as artists raced towards a photorealistic ideal. But low fidelity, carefully crafted pixelated images were not forgotten — they were fondly remembered in retro games like Mario and Pokémon, and created anew by indie developers in games like Minecraft. Today, we’re looking at a case that celebrates that heritage, by the Pixie Crew.
Four titans of the smartphone world have been plunged into conflict this week, as American warranty firm Square Trade released a video showing the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge going up against Apple’s latest in four durability challenges. It’s an entertaining video, so check it out above or see the results below!
Shumuri has quickly gained a reputation for their thin and light cases, and we’re happy to announce they’ve made it to our coveted virtual shelves. At the time of writing, we’re stocking twenty-two different varieties, including leading smartphones and laptops. Let’s take a closer look at what’s available.