ACCESSORIES EVERY IPHONE OWNER NEEDS
BY RHEANNE TAYLOR
Zagg InvisibleShield Glass+ 360 Screen
Your iPhone’s display is most vulnerable to
drops and scratches, which is why we urge
everyone to use a glass screen protector! The
InvisibleShield’s strong tempered glass front
and protective bumper and backing can take
on all the battle scars instead of your iPhone.
We also recommend the BodyGuardz
SpyGlass ($39.95) privacy screen protector,
if you want to obscure your display from
those viewing your phone from the side.
Oakywood Wireless Charger ($89–$99)
It’s hard to find a wireless charger that complements your décor; but
hey, we managed! This wireless charger by Oakywood is not only beautiful, but it also works like a dream. Its geometric design and solid wood
build make it a unique addition to any home—and admiring guests won’t
even know it’s an undercover piece of tech.
Nomad Battery Cable ($49.95)
Our editor in chief Donna is loving this Lightning
cable by Nomad. Its ballistic nylon braided cable is
super durable, plus it integrates a 2,800 mAh battery
into the cable itself! Simply charge your iPhone as
you normally would before you go to bed. Once the
cable has charged your phone, it will switch over and
charge the cable’s built-in battery, giving you an extra
boost of energy that you can take with you wherever
you go. If you want something more affordable, our
CEO David also swears by his AmazonBasics Lightning Cable ($6.49-$11.99).
HANS Perfect Grime Fighter ($14.95)
There are few things worse than a grubby iPhone screen (OK fine, there are
lots of things worse). But for those moments when you can’t bear the sight of
fingerprints on your screen a second longer, there’s this nifty cleaner. On one
side of this applicator you’ll find the cleaning solution, and on the other a cloth
for polishing your screen. Just a couple of swipes and voila! No more pesky
fingerprints (or bacteria, most importantly).
Outdoor Tech Kodiak Ultra Line (Starting at $29.95)
If you run through your battery faster than most (gamers and frequent
travelers know the struggle), then an external battery is a must. All three
options from Outdoor Tech’s Kodiak Ultra line pack a ton of juice and come
with a built-in flashlight (a handy feature for camping trips). I like Kodiak’s
smallest Ultra Mini, which I can easily fit it in my purse or pocket. If you
need more power or prefer wireless battery packs, try Mophie’s Charge
Force Powerstation ($79.95).