AirPlay 2 is a helpful tool within Apple's toolbox, but it's not as widely available as some might like. Especially when it comes to older speakers that some folks might want to keep using. Well, Belkin is here to help with that.
Earlier this week, Apple released a new app to help developers and device makers test out tracking their devices using the official Find My network. Now, Apple has made that support officially official.
It wasn’t long after acquiring my shiny new iPhone 12 Pro Max at the end of last year that I began scouring every corner of the internet for relevant accessories that I believed would complement my fast-paced and dynamic lifestyle.
Some of the peripherals I tried along the way became an instant hit with regard to my daily routine, and many others were quickly phased out after I became aware of alternative solutions that were, to be frank, superior.
Sometimes a recall is necessary, especially when people's lives or safety might be at risk. Belkin finds itself in that situation right now, as it recalls one of its wireless charging options.
Belkin is a popular third-party accessory maker, and the company today announced new truly wireless headphones to take on the AirPods. But they'll come with one net benefit right out of the box for iOS users: Find My support.
Heads up deal-savvy shoppers: leading iPhone accessory manufacturer Belkin has launched its Black Friday sale that offers site-wide discounts. From now through the end of the week, you can get their wireless charging pads, wall chargers, USB-C cables and even smart home accessories, for as much as 50% off. We've rounded up our favorite deals below.
As Apple introduced new magnetic charging options and accessories with MagSafe last month, accessory maker Belkin confirmed it was working on a car mount and other MagSafe products. As of today, Belkin's car vent mount is available to order from Apple's website with estimated shipping times of 3-4 weeks.
If you're in the market for a new smart speaker, and would like one that also offers wireless charging support for your iPhone, Belkin has just launched an option for you.
The Apple Watch Series 4 is perhaps one of my favorite tech gadgets of all time, and as you might come to expect, I use a plethora of third-party accessories to augment my Apple Watch experience.
I’m far from the only Apple Watch Series 4 user in the world, but that’s not to say everyone knows about the best gadgets that can be paired with Apple's smartwatch. For that reason, I’ve compiled this list of my favorite accessories with the hope that it might help some of you in your search.
Belkin is about to release the first Apple-approved battery pack that features a Lightning port input for charging. The BoostCharge Power Bank Lightning 1oK is arriving soon.
As first spotted by MacRumors, the power bank offers 10,000 mAh of charging power. It's recharged over a Lightning connector using either a USB-to-Lightning cable or a compatible Lightning dock sold separately. The device is certified under Apple's MFi licensing program, which assures that the product meets Apple's standards for quality and compatibility.
Designed especially for iPhone and iPad, this portable power bank is the first MFi-power bank to recharge via Lightning connector, allowing you to use the same Lightning cable to charge the power bank, as you use to charge your iPhone. This one-cable solution makes this small, thin, lightweight power bank (aka portable charger) ideal for on-the-go charging and is fully MFi-certified to guarantee compatibility with iPhone and iPad.
Should you buy it?
While it's great seeing a product like this finally launch, there are a few things to keep in mind.
First is the price. At $59.99, this is about twice what you would pay for a regular battery pack with similar capacity. Additionally, in 2018, a wiser choice might be to get a USB-C battery pack that would work with more devices, including those not made by Apple.
The BoostCharge Power Bank Lightning 10K will be available in white and black.
Mobile accessories maker Belkin has introduced a new 3.5 mm Audio Cable with Lightning Connector. The cable allows you to connect your iPhone directly to your car stereo or home speakers with a single cable, allowing you to enjoy your content more conveniently.
Foxconn Interconnect Technology, a Foxconn subsidiary, is acquiring popular accessory maker Belkin for $866 million in cash, the companies jointly announced on Monday. The deal will also include other brands in the Belkin portfolio, including Linksys, Wemo, and Phyn.