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Red Pop

Red Pop

Sure, Apple might have said something today about using volume buttons to take a picture -- we'll take the Red Pop ($75) any day. Inspired by the classic camera equipment of designer Brendan Dawes' father, Red Pop is an oversized grip and dedicated shutter button for the iPhone 4, with a slick retro futuristic design, grippy texture, and delightfully oversized red button. Is it totally necessary? No, but it sure as hell isn't the craziest iAccessory we've seen.

  • iCade

    Looking for a use for your recently replaced original iPad? You could do a lot worse than the iCade ($100). Yet another ThinkGeek April Fools product made real, the iCade lets you slide your iPad down into a retro arcade cabinet dock, connect over Bluetooth, and play a large number of classic arcade games — including many Atari classics like Asteroids — with a full set of arcade-style controls instead of having to use that damn touchscreen.

  • iGrill

    Keep an eye on your grill without, you know, actually looking at it with the iGrill ($100). This typically white cooking thermometer features a large temperature read out, a built-in stand, and support for multiple temperature probes. But its real trick is its long-range Bluetooth functionality, which allows you to keep an eye on cooking temperatures using the free iGrill app on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. Better yet, hide the iGrill from guests' view, and tell everyone you invented the first smartgrillā„¢.