These well-built iPhone lenses are a less expensive alternative to Moment, and just as good.
The latest version of Apple's iOS is all about making things work better on your phone, but the introduction of augmented reality has the potential to be a game changer.
The build and image quality of Moment's iPhone lenses are great, but at $90 for each lens, this system is not cheap.
The olloclip Macro Pro lens set has good image quality and a range of macro zoom settings, but you'll need a steady hand with the longer macro zooms.
The olloclip Action lens set lets your iPhone zoom in or out, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus.
The olliclop core lens set offers some great photo possibilities, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus and being slightly awkward to use.
While it works only with the iPhone 7 Plus, this Kamerar kit gets you a macro, fish-eye and telephoto lens for less than $40.
Between improved built-in apps and productivity tweaks, there’s plenty to like about iOS 10. But we’re still waiting to see how expanded Siri integration with apps plays out.
The Covr Photo iPhone kit gives you the power to grab captivating candid photos, although it feels limited as a photo-taking accessory.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus feature breakthrough 3D Touch displays and the fastest mobile processor yet, but the bigger Plus is the better value.
Manfrotto's updated case for the iPhone 6 lets you use your old lenses on a new phone, but its 3x telephoto lens produces too much distortion.
Moment's telephoto and wide-angle smartphone lenses offer best-in-class image quality with support for multiple phones and cases.
Olloclip adds an ultra-wide angle and 2x telephoto lens to its line of easy-to-use iPhone add-ons, and the image quality impresses.
The Exolens offers a super-strong frame for attaching its two lenses to an iPhone 6, but is bulkier and more expensive than competing lens kits.
Olloclip's new 4-in-1 Lens for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus delivers its trademark image and build quality, now for both front and rear cameras.
The Apple iPhone 6 Plus packs a vibrant 5.5-inch display, fast processor and long battery life into its elegant metal design.
The Minuum keyboard frees up more screen space by shrinking down, but its correct-as-you- type approach can prove distracting.
Power users who don't mind a bit of a learning curve will appreciate the capabilities of the Fleksy Keyboard for iOS.
Well-known pro-grade camera accessory maker steps into the iPhone photography ring with good results.
Lenses from Photojojo provide the flexibility to use with almost any phone, but getting them to stick in place can be a problem.
The rugged Hitcase Pro+ will protect your phone so you can capture the adventure shots you've always wanted, worry-free.
CamKix adds fun flair to iPhone photography at a great price, but you get just average image quality.
The Speck CandyShell Amped case for the iPhone 5s promises to protect your device and boost the audio, but it doesn't quite deliver.
This fetal Doppler smartphone accessory can record your baby's heartbeat, but using it takes a bit of patience.
Beats Music brings finely curated playlists and deep personalization to the world of music streaming, complete with a sleek interface and millions of songs.
The novel but pricey Netatmo Weather Station keeps tabs on your home’s temperature, humidity, air quality and noise level and syncs with your iOS or Android device.