Category: hardware-reviews

Our Picks for The Best Third-Party Apple Watch Bands

Apple Watch turned out to be quite a popular iOS device, with Apple rapidly taking over the worldwide smartwatch market. What this also means is that the whole ecosystem...

Review: Macally Protective Case for iPad Pro

Even though the iPad Pro has been officially launched a couple of months ago, it seems that companies have been slow to adjust to the largest iOS tablet. It seems like...

Review: Elgato Eve HomeKit Sensors

If you like to follow the Apple-related news, then you’ve probably already heard about the company’s HomeKit technology. However, while talking to iOS and OS X users...

Review: Pad & Quill’s Oxford (for iPad Pro)

I believe that every one of us has a couple of accessories that should be considered essential when it comes to iOS devices. For example, when I buy a newer iPad...

Logitech Create Is Poised To Become The Best iPad Keyboard

One of the first things that new owners of the iPad Pro will realize is that they need a reliable keyboard. Even though I recommend purchasing a wireless keyboard for...

iDevices Switch Is An All-In-One HomeKit Connected Plug

Even though we encountered a couple of interesting HomeKit accessories at this year’s CES, many of them are still being developed and they are yet to be released....

Review: SwitchEasy Monsters for iPhone 6s/6s Plus

I never liked using a protective case with my iPhone, simply because I am a huge fan of Apple’s industrial design. Interestingly enough, even though I received a...

Review: Sugr Cube – iOS/OS X compatible AirPlay Speaker

When it comes to portable Bluetooth speakers, I think it’s safe to say that today’s market is oversaturated. Interestingly enough, if you search for a Bluetooth...

Review: CableJive’s HeroDock

I have been getting a lot of Apple Watch-compatible docks recently, which I believe are currently the most popular docks around. Differently, from iPhones and iPads, you...

Review: Satechi Type-C USB Hub

If you are reading this article on the newest Retina MacBook, then you are probably still trying to figure out how to live and function with only one available port....