Top 5 appcessories from Apple’s new ad

More and more appcessories have been cropping up in the accessories section of the Apple store, and now a select few of the most innovative have managed to sneak their way into the latest video ads for the iPhone 5S as Apple start their campaign in the run up to iOS 8 and the much anticipated iPhone 6. Here are some of the highlights:

1. Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens

Olloclip

Olloclip

Olloclip

Olloclip

The Olloclip is a 4-in1 attachable lens, which adds a Wide Angle, Fish Eye, and 2 Marco lenses to the arsenal of iphoneographer enthusiasts. There are many imitators but the intuitive design, high-build quality, and impressive results when shooting with the Olloclip is what secure them a spot in Apple stores and now in their latest ad.

2. Kinsa

Currently available only within the US at the moment; Kinsa is a Smart thermometer that connects to your iPhone (or Smartphone as its Android compatible) via the headphone jack and works with a beautiful app designed to make reading temperatures of small children easy and straightforward.

Kinsa Thermometer

3. WeMo

The Belkin WeMo Switch is one of our top choices for integrating home automation quickly and easily; with the modular design allowing you to incorporate as many or as little of your electronics as you want. The free WeMo app works over Wi-Fi and mobile internet, and its simple design enables you to turn whatever you have plugged into your WeMo switch on and off from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod and even set them to a schedule.

WeMo

4. Withings Smart Baby Monitor

Withings Smart Baby MonitorCharacterised by sleek minimalist design, it is easy to see why Withings Smart Baby Monitor caught Apple’s eye. Incorporating a 3.0 MP video sensor, the picture quality has been optimised for the screen resolution of the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch; whilst the intuitive app allows you to pan, tilt, and zoom to get a better look at your baby.

5. Vaavud Wind Meter

The idea behind the Vaavud Wind meter was to provide kitesurfers and windsurfers with a quick and easy way to share accurate wind information from remote surf spots; but the simple design, clever app, and precise measurements has seen it through two succesful Kickstarter campaigns as the likes of sailors, paragliders, farmers and more rush t get their hands on one.

Vaavud

Vavuud

Vavuud




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