Speaker docks outfitted with Apple's Lightning dock connector seem like kind of waste these days. Wireless music is the future, homie! But does this new beauty from Bowers & Wilkins look like a dock? Where's the port? It's hidden by clever design.
This week, accessories for Apple's new lightning dock connector are finally starting to trickle out. Starting right now, you can order two new lightning connector speaker docks from JBL. Finally, a dock for your iPhone 5. How did you ever sleep at night without one?
Far too many speaker docks for Apple products are boring black boxes. These hand-built aluminum docks shaped like the exhaust pipes from hot rods are some of the most creative we've seen in awhile.
The fact that this new Fidelio line of speaker docks from Philips first and foremost remind me of The Birth of Venus probably means I have an unhealthy relationship with my iPhone. My personal issues aside, though, they're pretty beautiful.
IHome today revealed their new IP99 alarm clock/iPhone dock specificially designed to shield out the rather annoying TDMA buzz associated with the iPhone and other GSM phones. The IP99 is the latest to protect against the buzz (the Altec-Lansing we reviewed in February also does this), as this is becoming desirable…
The Gadget: Altec Lansing's T612 iPod/iPhone dock, which shields against interference caused by GSM phones. Meaning you can run your iPhone through speakers without that annoying blipping.
Looks-wise, Altec Lansing's im600 iPod dock is a huge improvement over the company's last speakers. And even though it's a lightweight, it manages to squeeze in an extra feature here and there. Available in April, the $149 dock doubles as an alarm clock, portable boombox, and unlike other docks can play FM radio (for…