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Elevation Dock

Elevation Dock

Sure, they're technically unnecessary, but if you like keeping your iPhone in eyesight while you waste away at your desk, you're going to want a dock. But not just any dock. The Elevation Dock ($60-$150). Precision machined from solid, Mac-matching aluminum, the Elevation Dock employs a special low-friction connection, heftiness, and tacky rubber feet to securely stay put when it's time to move the phone from the dock back to your pocket, offers a movable support pad to accomodate encased devices, and comes in a variety of finishes, including standard glass bead-blasted silver, anodized matte black, and limited edition LimeGreen or SunOrange.

  • Tascam iM2 Stereo Microphone

    Looking to do some recording with your iOS device? Unless you want sub-par sound, you're going to need a beefier mic — one like the Tascam iM2 Stereo Microphone ($80). Made specifically for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, this pocket-sized powerhouse features two high-quality, adjustable condenser microphones, an internal microphone pre-amp and analog-to-digital converter for pristine sound, a stereo limiter to quiet sudden loud sounds — like gunshots — and a USB port for keeping things charged up while you're recording. Great for interviews, concerts, and attracting inquisitive "What the hell is sticking out of his iPhone?" stares.

  • iPhone Lens Dial

    We've seen a lot of photo add-ons for the iPhone, some useful, some downright bizarre. Luckily, the iPhone Lens Dial ($250) falls into the latter group. This photo-enhancing tool is actually an aircraft-grade aluminum case for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S that boasts dual tripod mounts — one for portrait and one for landscape — and a "wheel attachment on the back that spins to put a high-quality glass fisheye, wide angle, or telephoto lens atop your iPhone's existing optic, extending your photographic options well beyond the limits of your favorite app.