Today, Apple is expected to reveal a third iteration of the Apple Watch, as well as an all-new iPhone 8 at their Fall Keynote. The new device is reported to have a totally redesigned edge-to-edge display, which means it’ll be the first iPhone without a physical home button. We aren’t positive whether it will feature Touch ID integrated under the display, an optical scanner for hands-free unlocking, or some combination of the two. What we do know, however, is that we're giving away an iPhone 8 as soon as we get our hands on one. You can sign up for this giveaway for free here, with additional entries awarded for sharing on social media.
To help tide you over until the newest Apple devices get announced, we have a pair of mobile accessories in our store being offered for an extra 11% off with coupon code iOS11:
HoverDock for iPhone
A dock is definitely a nice way to display your iPhone, and because needing two hands to unplug your device is annoying. The HoverDock offers a sturdy base for your phone, and its aluminum finish looks great by itself, and next to your Mac. You can get the HoverDock for $27.95.
10-Ft MFi-Certified Lightning Cable: 3-Pack
These lightning cables are over 3 times the length of the one that was bundled with your device. Comfortably reach inconvenient outlets and still use your phone while it’s plugged in, or thread it around your office desk. Since you get three, you can easily leave one at work. This trio of 10-Ft MFi-Certified Lightning Cables is on sale for $15.99.
Get an additional 11% off either the HoverDock or the 3-Pack of 10-Ft Lightning Cables when you use coupon code iOS11 at checkout.
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