Posts Tagged ‘Accessories For Mac’

It was way back with the iPhone 5 in 2012 that Apple introduced the smaller, reversible (although still proprietary) Lightning cable, which signaled the end of the 30-pin connector. Of course, many still did, and still do use devices rocking the old 30-pin socket, which is why Apple’s World Travel Adapter Kit has hitherto included a 30-pin cable. Recognizing that after two-and-a-half years, many folks are now running on Lightning, the pack has been relieved of the 30-pin cable, and notably, now arrives at a cheaper cost.

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Twelve South has announced a brand new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro stand that makes it possible to type while also lifting the Mac’s screen to a more comfortable height.

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Apple’s MacBook is an expensive commodity to say the least, and once we’ve forked out such hefty sums for the privilege of owning a shiny aluminum notebook, it stands to reason that we’ll want to spend a little extra on making the experience of using it as joyous as possible. Thus, MacBook peripherals and accessories are in high demand, and few companies offer the kind of range and quality as Twelve South. The makers of the BookBook for iPhone 5 and others are back with another great product – GhostStand for MacBook.

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South Carolina-based outfit Twelve South is making a habit of churning out great products for Apple’s vast range of devices, and having just released the PlugBug World, an all-purpose charger that works anywhere on the planet, the company is back with a further addition to one of its most revered product lines – the BookBook. We recently got the chance to take a close look at the BookBook for iPhone 5, and were very impressed by the high quality leather material used in its manufacture. If you’re in the hunt for something similar for your 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, Twelve South has just released the BookBook for the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display.

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If you are the kind of individual who goes out and spends hundreds and hundreds of dollars each year on devices like the iPhone and iPad, and also happen to own a Mac, then the chances are that you actually appreciate a little bit of luxury in your life. Say what you want about Apple as a company, but regardless of whether you love them or hate them, there are very few people who could comprehensively argue against the fact that their products are built of the highest standard and feel like premium items.

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