Apple Updates iMovie for iPhone X Display
Apple has updated its iMovie video editing application for the iPhone X. The latest version of iMovie now fully supports the Super Retina Display of the iPhone X, including the phone's notched screen. More importantly, iMovie 2.2.5 adopts Metal for improved graphics processing. Apple also took the time to improve the app's general stability and performance, and added support for simplified Chinese. iMovie 2.2.5 is free to download from the iTunes App Store.
Review: Mikme Mobile Microphone
Smartphones are better than ever at capturing high-quality audio, but nothing beats a dedicated microphone. The Mikme microphone should appeal to videographers, vloggers, musicians, podcasters, and others who want to record the best-possible audio on their iPhone.
Review: Lifeproof Slam Case for iPhone X
Lifeproof's Slam case for the iPhone X is a two-piece model that provides drop protection from as high as two meters. It adds a splash of color to your phone in addition to peace of mind.
Review: Cases for the Apple iPhone X
Few phones are pricier than Apple's $999 iPhone X. Protecting it with a case is the wise move to prevent heart (and glass!) break.
Review: Catalyst Waterproof Case for iPhone X
If you're seeking extra protection against water, snow, sand, and drops, the Catalyst waterproof case for the iPhone X has your phone covered and then some.
Review: Kingston DataTraveler Duo Bolt for iPhone
The Kingston DataTraveler Duo Bolt is a small thumb drive that plugs into the bottom of your iPhone and saves all your photos and videos. If you're looking for a quick way to free up space on your iOS device, the DataTraveler Duo Bolt is ideal in certain situations.