If you own an iPhone 4S and don’t plan to upgrade, don’t fear! Now’s actually a good time to go shopping for accessories. Several of our favorites will work even if you decide to upgrade later. For the rest, we wouldn’t be surprised if we start seeing sales any second. So now’s the time to start looking to see what’s out there – and get prepared for sale action.
Duracell Powermat 24 Hour Charging System
You know we love this one! After all we don’t throw huge parties with just anybody. The Powermat gives you wireless charging for your iPhone 4 or 4S, plus a backup battery so you’ll #neverbepowerless.
And we’ve still got a discount for you! MarioArmstrong.com readers can get 20% off by entering the code #powerhouse4040 at checkout. Hurry, this deal ends tomorrow September 21st!
iRig Handheld Microphone
Mario’s talked about how much he likes the iRig before, but it’s great for anyone looking to do mobile video, interviews and more. The iRig has impressively good sound, even when you use it “in the wild.” It’s only $59.99, and it works with a wide variety of devices, including the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch and all generations of the iPad.
For more about creating video for your brand, check our Mario’s post on how he launched a web video series in 48 hours.
Hulgar Penelope Phone
The Hulgar phone can do a lot, so it’s almost not even fair to call it an iPhone accessory. Not only can you use it as a headset for your iPhone, you can also plug it directly into your computer for use with Skype, Vonage, Google Talk, etc. Plus it’s a beautiful design object that looks good on any desk.
Documenting on the go is important to your social media presence, and the Ollo Clip can help those photos come out more professionally. It’s a clip on lens for the iPhone 4/4S that’s still small and convenient enough to carry around. For our money the 3-in-one is all you need, with a wide-angle, fisheye and macro lens all in one.
Right now the 3-in-one lens goes for $69.99, which is a great deal if you take a lot of photos. And it’s very possible this product will get a markdown as the new iPhone 5 becomes more popular, so keep an eye out!
Society6 iPhone Cases
For stylish iPhone cases with lots of personality, you can’t beat Society6. This company also sells fine art prints, so you know they know what looks good. Plus there are hundreds of choices, from Nintendo controllers to graphic illustrations to the vintage camera look at left. Cases are $35, and they’re available for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4/4S and iPhone 5. It’s good to know that if you find an iPhone 4 case you just can’t live without that it’ll be there when you go to upgrade, too.