Even though there are a lot of good products for the iPhone 5, it isn’t easy to find one that would look good with it. However, iSkelter seems to have found that emphasizes the beauty of the device’s simplicity.
There are no docks for the iPhone 5 and its new Lightning connector yet, but here’s a video that shows you how to build your own right now.
It’s a well-known fact that your day generally starts off better when you wake up peacefully, as opposed to being jolted awake at six in the morning by a clock radio that suddenly pumps out Twisted Sister’s We’re Not Gonna Take It on full blast… or by a guy that suddenly bursts into your room
Element Case has put out the Vapor Dock, which is basically a simple charge-and-dock accessory for people who don’t really need elaborate speaker-with-a-clock features, but can appreciate something that’s simple, beautiful, and functional. Unlike Apple’s basic plastic iPhone dock, this thing is weighted for one-handed docking and pulling, thanks to a build made of precision
If you own a simple iPhone dock, you already know the drill: it definitely works, but it mostly feels clunky and you don’t get that plush sense of awesome design and engineering that you enjoy from your typical Apple product. Enter Elevation Lab, a startup who’s looking for support (via Kickstarter) for what may be