Kensington offers new, compatible accessories for the iPhone 5
Kensington has announced 14 new accessories for the iPhone 5. These products will be available soon for pre-order online at Kensington.com and Amazon.com. They include:
° Kensington Thin Grip Case (US$19.99) -- This is a lightweight case with a flexible Thin Grip case that grips and protects your iPhone on the move while still allowing easy access to all controls, touchscreen and ports.
° Kensington Aluminum Finish Case ($19.99) -- This is a lightweight aluminum finish case -- pictured in the top photo -- that protects your iPhone on the move while still allowing access to all controls, touchscreen and ports.
° Kensington Back Case with SoftTouch ($19.99) -- This case has a sturdy shell that covers the back of your phone to ensure protection from scratches on the move while still allowing access to all controls, touchscreen and ports.
° Kensington Soft Case ($14.99) -- The case cushions your iPhone from bumps and bruises with a layer of soft, shock-absorbing rubber. The Soft Case preserves access to all of the controls, touchscreen and ports.
° Kensington SoundWave Sound Amplifying Car Mount ($39.99) -- The built-in amplification system in the mount -- shown in the bottom photo -- doubles the volume coming from your iPhone speaker. The cradle mounts to the windshield or vent and holds your iPhone in place.
° Kensington Windshield/Vent Car Mount ($29.99) -- It purportedly installs in seconds and keeps your smartphone within easy reach.
° Kensington Quick Release Car Mount for iPhone ($29.99) -- The mount´s flexible arms provide a hold on your iPhone on even the roughest terrain. It includes both windshield and vent mounts.
° Kensington Noise-Reducing AUX Audio Cable ($19.99) -- The direct AUX (auxiliary) connection and noise reducing technology combine to deliver clear, clean sound through your car´s stereo, according to the folks at Kensington.
° Kensington AUX Audio Cable ($9.99) -- The cable braided Kensington AUX Audio Cable plugs into the standard 3.5mm AUX (auxiliary) port on your car stereo and the headphone jack on your iPhone or iPod.