As with any smartphone accessory these days, there are a lot of wireless chargers out there. Thousands of them, millions maybe. So in an effort to help you sort through this sea of Qi, we've put together a roundup of the best wireless chargers you can buy, with options to fit every budget and aesthetic.
You may have to do quite a bit on your iPhone 13 to make it get a little hot under the hood, but it's certainly not impossible. Especially if you run a lot of intensive games on your device. So, Razer has come up with a solution. A fan. For your phone.
Sometimes an update is meant to just fix a relatively small thing, and not bring a whole suite of new features to the mix. Today is one of those days. Apple on Wednesday released a minor software update for iOS 15.1, which is designed to help reduce dropped calls in some iPhone models.
Apple's Self Service Repair program allows you to perform your own iPhone battery replacements, screen repairs and more using Apple parts, tools and manuals.
Apple makes some curious decisions from time to time, things that feel a little crazy when they are happening. Eventually, though, the public typically gets over it, Apple thinks it's an obviously good decision, and we all move on. (Even if Apple eventually backtracks.) But when it comes to including a charger in the box for iPhones, it certainly looks like that's a choice Apple won't be going back on anytime soon.
When any new Android handset is revealed, it usually comes along with news about the amount of RAM tucked inside. Most manufacturers don't keep that information a secret, and usually it's a point of pride. However, that is most certainly not the case for Apple, as the company never typically talks about RAM at all.
You may have heard that Apple announced four new iPhones earlier today. And that's true! The iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max are now officially official. And now that they are part of the lineup, Apple has had to make some other choices to help trim the fat a little bit.
As is pretty typical for an Apple event, the people on stage have a tendency to bury some new product announcements in the shadow of the larger announcements. For example, this time around it's the unveiling of a brand new leather wallet option for the iPhone lineup, at leas those that support the MagSafe feature.
One of the biggest new features Apple brought to the iPhone lineup last year, was support for shooting video on the smartphone lineup in Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR). It made shooting video on the smartphones even better, helping the lineup standout in a competitive field. However, actually watching that content via third-party sources wasn't readily available. Until now.
Our friends over at Nomad unveiled a new iPhone accessory today. It's called the Base Station Mini with Magnetic Alignment, and as the name suggests, it's the company's first ever magnet-enabled wireless charger.
If you prefer to keep your iPhone free of a case, but still want to rock some amount of protection from accidents, then Nomad may have just the options for you. Today, the company is unveiling and launching some new accessories that will help you keep things pretty minimal on your phone, but still offer up some protection.
Nomad is launching not only a lineup of new Leather Skins for the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max, but also some brand new Screen Protectors that are meant to work perfectly well with the new skins and large lineup of cases for Apple's smartphones, too. This won't offer up total body protection, so keep that in mind, but you should be able to avoid scrapes and scratches on both the front and back of your iPhone 12 with these new accessories installed.
Journey's premium MagSafe-compatible chargers for iPhone 12 pair a minimalist, thin design with a sturdy yet light aluminum construction that's swathed in luxurious leather. These gorgeous wireless chargers are engineered for use at your home or office and in your car.