Normally retailing for $159, the updated AirPods 2 with Charging Case can be yours for just $139.99 if you shop right now.

We never truly know what a new iPhone will offer until it is shown off on-stage in September, but we do have a good inkling as to what at least one of this year’s handsets will offer. That’s a triple-camera setup, and we’ve now been treated to another render of what that might look like.

Here’s a 3-in-1 fast AirPower alternative wireless charger for iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods and even Android devices.

There aren’t many bigger names in the world of storage than SanDisk, and the SanDisk Ultra line of microSD cards are super popular.

Check out this viral video showing a chimpanzee scrolling through Instagram on an iPhone like a boss.

Right now, for what is very likely to be a limited period of time, it is possible to pick up a four pack of TECKIN smart plugs at a cost which works out at just $6.79 per plug. An excellent deal for a product which is going to give you more control over your appliances and energy usage.

This is important to check: Apple has recalled its wall adapters in some regions citing risks of electric shock. Read on to see if your wall adapter is affected.

Amazon is currently offering the extremely portable and very powerful PowerDrive 12W iPhone car charger on offer for just $11.24. That relatively small financial outlay will ensure that your mobile devices are constantly powered-up whilst on the move.

OnePlus 7 Pro launch event date and locations have just been announced. Here’s everything you need to know about this much-awaited event.

You can now get the official iPhone XS Max Apple Leather Case for discounted price of $39 down from original price of $49.

Amazon’s Alex Team can apparently ascertain the home addresses of Alexa users. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

Watching Netflix on a Mac is a simple case of visiting the website and getting your fix that way, but it’s not necessarily the best experience or the best idea. Instead, a new app going by the name of Clicker might be the way to go.

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