The 10 coolest iPhone 7 accessories

The complete list of must-have accessories for the iPhone 7

All new iPhone releases bring about the chance to purchase some of the coolest accessories about, and the iPhone 7 is certainly no different.

We sat down with Stef Murphy – Technuovo editor – to compile a list of must-have accessories for the iPhone 7, all of which are available with cashback. Check them out.

Jaybird X2M Headphones

If you’re worried about Apple’s new AirPods falling out of your ears, then these bluetooth Jaybird earbuds could be what you’re looking for. The design of earpieces ensures a secure fit, while the cord connecting the two earbuds guarantees they won’t get separated. They’re available in several colours to suit your style, but are – most importantly – renowned for high performance audio.

Beats Solo 3 Wireless Headphones

Beats has developed significant momentum in the headphone market in recent years, making a name for itself with cans that hit bass hard. The Solo 3 Wireless headphones have a maximum play time of 40 hours, and come with a range of features such as the beam microphone for calls, on-board touch controls and background noise isolation. Pre-order today.

DJI Phantom 4 Drone

With the ability to follow GPS signals from a tap on the screen, the DJI Phantom 4 Drone is the best in its class. It can wirelessly connect to your iPhone 7, which you can then use as an intuitive screen remote. Handy. The in-built camera records flights in stunning 1080p video, while the drone itself can detect obstacles such as trees to come to a halt while still hovering.

Spigen In Car Mount

The Spigen In-Car Magnetic mount is ahead of the competition when it comes to securing your phone to a dashboard. With mobile phones increasingly being used as Satnavs and music players, Spigen pride themselves on easy placement and removal with built-in magnets that will stay secure in all driving conditions. No more scrambling to catch your iPhone as it tumbles from the dashboard. Phew.

iPhone Lightning Dock

Apple has decided to focus heavily on their lightning connector on the bottom of the phone, so what better way to compliment your iPhone 7 than a dock for your desk? Using a USB interface to connect to your computer, the dock can be used to transfer files between your phone and PC, all while keeping your iPhone 7 charged.

Anker PowerCore

The Anker PowerCore Portable Charger is essential for anyone who lives life on the go. The huge 10000mAh battery built into the device is able to keep your iPhone 7 charged for days on end before having to recharge the powerpack. Plus, with a sleek black exterior, the PowerCore is bang on-trend with the new design.

Otterbox Case

If you’re after premium phone protection, then look no further. The Otterbox Case – specifically designed for Apple – has beautiful hand-crafted leather accents as well as a clear back, so you need not fret about showing off your shiny new Jet Black iPhone 7. The cases have been thoroughly drop tested to ensure that your handset stays as good as new…even after a couple of accidents.

Zagg Pocket Keyboard

If you’ve ever tried writing a word document on your smartphone, our thoughts are with you. You’ll be well aware of how frustrating the touch-screen keyboards can be. For texts and WhatsApp messages it’s more than fine, but writing longer-form can get extremely tedious. Zagg have produced a Bluetooth pocket keyboard with full QWERTY keys to ensure that your workflow need never be interrupted, even on the move.

August Smart Lock

Apple has debuted its new HomeKit app on the iPhone 7, which means you can now control several smart devices from your handset. The August Smart Lock is one of them, eliminating the need to scramble through your bag for keys (or smash a window if you’ve forgotten them). Branded with the HomeKit logo, the device will only unlock the door if your phone is within proximity of the sensor. If you’ve run out of battery, don’t worry: your current house keys will still get you in.

Philips Hue Starter Kit

Another interesting piece of kit branded with the Apple HomeKit logo is the Philips’ Hue Starter Kit. Plugging into existing E27 light fixtures, it enables you to control your home’s lighting from your smartphone. Integration with Siri means you can simply ask your phone to turn on your house lights, and, given that they’re LED lights, you might end up saving on your electricity bills.

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