iPhone Accessory Favorites

In a few weeks my iPhone will be a year old. I have no regrets. The same phone gets better every day with new and tempting apps.

I wonder, though, about accessories: cases, headsets, stands, speakers, car chargers, styluses, screen protectors, arm bands, car mounts, bicycle mounts, replacement batteries, battery boosters/backups, car kits for FM radio, and all the rest.

We iPhone users like the versatility of our gear. And we like telling others about what works for us. So how about it, what are your accessory favorites? What have you found that works well for you and is worth the money?

Please post your ideas in the comments box . . .

About Doug Geivett
University Professor; PhD in philosophy; author; conference speaker. Hobbies include motorcycling, travel, kayaking, sailing.

2 Responses to iPhone Accessory Favorites

  1. Doug Geivett says:

    I have an Invisible Shield on my iPhone, too. That’s a great idea about letting the vendor apply it to your screen

    The rubber case I have that wraps around the phone may be the same as yours. It’s a great shock absorber.


  2. David says:

    As far as touchscreen protection goes I use the Invisible Shield. It is worth it to let a vendor put it on because they do it all day long and can flawlessly avoid air bubbles and wrinkles. I also use a soft rubber case, which seems to be the best shock absorber.

    My favorite app is “Red Laser” which scans barcodes and searches for products online. With a wedding coming up in July you can bet I will be scanning lots of gifts to see how much they are worth and what store they came from!


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