Anker Announces First MFi Certified LED Flash for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro

Last week we had come across specs mentioning MFi (Made for iPhone) certified strobe. Now Anker has released a new LED flash that connects to iPhone 11 via the Lightning Connector.

Is Beyond Meat Headed for a Big Correction?

The honeymoon phase is over for Beyond Meat as investors are starting to take a closer look at the stock and realizing it may not be worth its astronomical valuation.

Why iOS is the best way to play Fortnite on the go

If you want to play Fortnite when you’re away from your console, do it on an iPhone or iPad. The mobile version of the game now offers the best portable experience by far. The recent addition of

What you need to know about playing Fortnite for iOS with a controller

Fortnite for iOS finally supports wireless game controllers. After installing the latest version 7.30 release, you can connect a compatible MFi controller and bid goodbye to fiddly touch controls. But

Fortnite finally gets game controller support on iOS

Fortnite’s latest update is now available across all platforms, and it’s a big one — particularly for those who play on iOS devices. The version 4.30 release sends a number of popular weapons to the

MFi-Certified Lightning to USB-C Cables May Arrive in Early 2019

There has been a lot of talk about Apple finally allowing third-party accessory manufacturers to launch Made for iPhone-certified Lightning to USB-C cables. And we may finally be approaching a launch

Moment debuts first-ever MFi certified wireless battery case for iPhone

The world’s first MFi certified wireless battery case for the iPhone X is finally ready for the public, right after Apple just discontinued the iPhone X. Moment – makers of some of the finest iPhone
Valve Announces Steam Will Stream to Phones, Tablets

Valve Announces Steam Will Stream to Phones, Tablets

Starting in a few weeks, you'll be able to stream Steam games to your tablet or smartphone. The post Valve Announces Steam Will Stream to Phones, Tablets appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Apple says yes to third-party 3.5mm-to-Lightning cables

Apple has given third-party accessory-makers the go-ahead to manufacture their own 3.5mm-to-Lightning cables. It is also approving the use of USB-C connectors under its MFi accessories program, which

Apple’s Made-for-iPhone Licensing Program Now Supports USB-C Ports and Lightning-to-3.5mm Audio Out Cables

Apple’s longstanding Made-for-iPhone/iPad/iPod (MFi) licensing program has just expanded in two big ways, with Apple bringing in support for USB Type-C ports and Lightning-to-3.5mm headphone audio out