The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus carry Apple's most advanced cameras yet. Make them even more powerful with Olloclip iPhone 7 Lenses. They come in three different sets, including the Core, with fisheye, super-wide, and 15x macro lenses, the Active, with ultra-wide and 2x telephoto lenses, and the Macro, with 7x, 14x, and 21x options. All of the multi-element glass makes use of the slip-on mount that keeps the lens flush with the camera, and can be paired with the optional Ollo Case for added protection.
The original GoTenna was a breakthrough for off-grid smartphone communications. The GoTenna Mesh is even better. As before, it's a portable, weatherproof gadget that pairs seamlessly to smartphones via Bluetooth-LE and uses a specialized app to let you send messages and share your location with other users. This time, however, it's operating on different, more robust frequencies, and using special networking tech to relay your message through other GoTennas, potentially doubling or even tripling its range. The result is the ability to communicate with loved ones at a distance of a mile or more, even in the wilderness, at large events where too many phones clog the towers, or in emergency situations where your cellular network has disappeared altogether.
Give your shiny new Jet Black gadget a throne worthy of its stature with the Native Union Marble iPhone Dock. Each dock is cut from solid marble, finished by hand, and paired with either gold or aluminum hardware. Also included is a braided reinforced Lightning cable that matches the tones of the marble, and a trio of adapters to support everything from naked devices to thick cases. Available in black or white.
The iPhone is already great at shooting video. The Cinebody iPhone Super8 Case makes it better. Designed to recall cameras of yore, it has its own microphone, a trigger that makes it easy to start and stop recording, a cold shoe for mounting accessories, a patent-pending focusing eyepiece, and interchangeable 58mm lenses that give you more shooting options than the built-in glass. When used with the companion app, you can also control exposure, frame rate, and focus, giving you a filming rig far more versatile than the built-in Camera app.