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DO THESE 5 IPHONE ACCESSORIES
REALLY MAKE YOUR DEVICE BETTER? 

DO THESE 5 IPHONE ACCESSORIES REALLY MAKE YOUR DEVICE BETTER? 
 

by Robbie Imes, 5 min read


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The iPhone is ubiquitous these days, improving our lives in big and small ways we often take for granted. Scheduling, meetings, music, movies and TV, our mobile phone is what gets us through the day more efficiently. That’s why when there’s a new iPhone release, the world stops and listens. 


With the iPhone 13 release, we finally got some of the most sought-after, long-awaited features we had been waiting for, from the amazing A15 Bionic chip with 5-core GPU to Animated Wallpapers and everything in between. Now that the iPhone 13 is out, and with it all these amazing features, what exciting accessories are available to enhance our device experience? 

Below are five accessories that could help elevate your already incredible mobile phone – whether it’s an iPhone or something else entirely. 

 

1. Apple AirPods Pro 

This is the quintessential iPhone accessory. Does it make your device better? 100% yes. Not only can you make a call, listen to music and control Siri from these bad boys, they can also serve as a sanctuary in loud locations with Active Noise Cancellation. Want to be a little more aware of your surroundings? Great, use Transparency mode to let outside sound in, allowing you to hear and connect to your surroundings. There are so many features to explore – AirPods Pro are the perfect accessory. 

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2. Apple AirTag

Have a hard time keeping track of things? For iPhone users, AirTag is the best way to keep track of your stuff. Attach one to your keys, wallet, bag or whatever you choose, and this tag will help you locate those items that always seem to walk away. Losing important items no longer has to be a red alert when you use AirTag – just say “Hey Siri, find my wallet,” and the rest is up to her. 
 

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3. Otter+Pop Symmetry Series Case - iPhone 13 

This isn’t a best seller for no reason! Slim and stylish, the OtterBox Symmetry Series apparently found its soulmate with PopGrip™ by PopSockets. Comfortably hold your phone in any setting with the ease and safety of this case. It also presses flat to fit in your pocket or any other cozy place you store your phone. Does it make your iPhone better? Of course, it does. The benefits are obvious. 
 

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4. PopSocket Car Vent

Trust that this device not only makes your iPhone better, it can make your car ride stress-free. It attaches to your car vent, without an adhesive, and can rotate 90º for narrower gaps. Ride with  confidence that you can view, and interact with, your screen in a convenient, safe way. Drivers get all of this without the need for glue. Compact, useful and practical, this item is a must-have. 

 

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5. AT&T Power Caddy Fast Charge 4-Port Charging Station

Simply put, a great charger makes any smart device better. It’s another one of those things that we might take for granted. This power caddy was created to fit easily on a desk or nightstand without the hassle of cords. The caddy can charge a whopping four devices at once, including phones, tablets and watches. And with fast-charge technology, you cannot go wrong. Don’t take our word for it, get this accessory now and see for yourself. 

 

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6. BodyGuardz Pure 2 EyeGuard Antimicrobial Tempered Glass Screen Protector - iPhone 13 Pro Max 

Who doesn’t want to protect the screen of their brand-new phone. With this tempered glass protector, you can stride with pride in knowing that your screen is safe, even though you may be a little clumsy. 

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Ok, we showed you not five, but six items that will make your iPhone experience enhanced in modern, necessary ways. Check out the new iPhone 13, and all other devices, now at att.com.

 

 

 

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The information included within this article is AT&T sponsored content written by Currently Media editorial contributor Robbie Imes. The statements in this article are his own and don’t reflect the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.