Accessories for Every iPhone
Looking for some new iPhone accessories to improve your mobile experience? We’ve picked out some of the best options below. Spanning across a wide range of categories, these iPhone accessories are sure to enhance your daily smartphone experience and add convenience to your lifestyle.
These accessories are all affordable, so don’t worry about breaking the bank. You can also save up to 12% on all of these accessories when purchasing them through Techscheme. Learn more about how that works at the end.
Expand your Storage - SANDISK iXpand Memory Stick - £59.99
First on this list we have the SANDISK iXpand memory stick. With 64GB of storage, this memory stick is the perfect partner for any photo-taking iPhone fanatics. You can quickly plug it directly into your iPhone to move over your photos and files, and then later flip over to the USB side and plug it into a laptop, Mac or desktop PC to transfer the files to keep them safe.
Because the SANDISK iXpand is so small and can plug straight into your iPhone, it becomes very easy to manage your storage whilst on the go, and you should never hit your storage limits when out and about ever again.
Useful But Cheap - iPhone Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter - £8.99
This is a very cheap accessory that brings convenience to your life. There will undoubtedly be times where you will need to take a backup pair of throwaway earphones for long journeys, but if you don’t want to spend on a new pair of earbuds, you can instead buy this iPhone Lightning to 3.5mm headphone jack adapter and then take any old pair you may have lying around at home.
This adapter is compatible with all headphones and earphones that use the 3.5mm jack so don’t worry about compatibility issues. Just remember that you won’t be able to charge whilst using the Lighting port, but the next accessory might help with that.
Best Wireless Charging Pad - Mophie Wireless - £34.95
Instead of fumbling around with cables every time you need to charge your iPhone, why not pick up the Mophie wireless charging pad? Whenever your iPhone needs some juice, simply place the iPhone on the Morphie wireless pad and it will start charging immediately.
This charging pad supports all iPhones since the iPhone. The Morphie charging pad also supports AirPods.
Best Affordable Bluetooth Earbuds - BeatsX Earphones - £89.95
Built with a great sound range that highlights bassy moments in songs, and a comfortable neck band that’s easy to wear, the BeatsX earphones are perfect for those that need quick, convenient earbuds for listening on the go.
Whether you want a pair of Bluetooth earbuds for workouts, or just want a good pair that you won’t lose whilst walking, the BeatsX earphones are a great choice. The battery will last up to 8 hours and you can get 2 hours of usage out of just 5 minutes of charging. You can also take calls thanks to the built-in mic, and adjust the volume or skip songs with the physical controls on the side.
Best Wired Earbuds - urBeats3 - £59.95
If you are in the market for wired earbuds, you can skip picking up the Lightning jack adapter and go for the affordable urbeats3, which use a lighting cable instead of the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.
With no wireless function, there’s no battery to worry about, so you can listen to music or audio with the urBeats 3 all day long. The urBeats3 feature a traditional earbud design and the sound quality is very much similar to the BeatsX earphones mentioned above. So expect good sounding music and exceptional bass - perfect for fun, punchy tunes.
Summary and Pricing
Thanks for reading our overview of the best accessories for every iPhone user. If you’d like to purchase any of these accessories, please take a look at how much you can save when buying through Techscheme below.
|SANDISK iXpand Memory Stick
|Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Adapter
|Mophie Wireless Charging Pad
|BeatsX Bluetooth Earbuds
|urBeats3 Wired Earbuds
Thanks for reading! Take a look at how you can save on the latest tech through Techscheme here.
You may be interested in:
You might like:More Technology posts
Tips for buying the right laptop for university
10 things you need to know about your phone
Washing machine symbols guide