If there’s a single iPhone and iPad accessory I consider myself to be the most picky about, it would be charging docks and stands. While there isn’t a shortage of options, let’s be honest, most of them aren’t that great. They either don’t dock securely or they’re obsolete when a new iPhone or iPad form
Sitting, or standing, in the correct position while working behind a Mac, or any computer, is incredibly important to your overall health, as I’ve come to learn over the past year. Incorrect posture and bad ergonomics can result in back, neck, and even foot injuries. When I started struggling with neck and shoulder tightness, I
Whenever I travel with my Mac, there are a few accessories I never leave home without. Depending on how and where I’m traveling to, what I decide to pack may change, except for a few items. From making sure I’m never without the right kind of outlet adapters, to drowning out plane noise, these are
I travel frequently, both for work and for pleasure. Over the past few years I’ve found certain accessories I just can’t live without. Whether I’m walking out the door to a coffee shop or I am getting on a plane and need to pack more serious gear, these are the travel accessories I couldn’t live
As soon as I got my hands on the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, I immediately wanted iPad Pro coloring apps to go with it. While at first there wasn’t much to choose from, the options are getting better. In the interim, I found that if you get a little creative, your options for coloring on the iPad Pro are already endless.
Are you a guitarist? Do you have an iPad? Did you know you can record your guitar *with* your iPad? Here’s how!
Need some holiday shopping ideas for the iPhone, iPad, or Mac user in your life? From new gadgets and accessories to digital gifts such as apps and books, we have some great recommendations that should fit any budget. These are our top picks for our 2015 holiday gift guide!
For many of us, the iPhones in our pockets have long since replaced the need to carry around a regular DSLR or point and shoot camera. While the iPhone itself is typically all you need to start capturing great photos, there are a few accessories that can help take your iPhone photography to the next level.
If you’ve ever wanted to get into podcasting, now is a great time. Check out our handy guide for setting up a complete podcasting rig for under $300!
Long exposure photography lets you capture light trails, motion blur, and better low light shots. While the built-in Camera app doesn’t let you control shutter speed and light sensitivity, there are lots of apps available in the App Store that do. Slow Shutter Cam is my favorite and here’s how I’ve used it to capture long exposures with nothing but my iPhone 6 and a tripod…