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Three Top Apple Accessories this Christmas

Christmas has strapped on its ninja outfit and managed to sneak up on us stealthily overnight. In our fast-paced world of technology, chances are the world only continues spinning because there is an App for that. It seems like with each new day, an endless number of new Apple accessories become available. As Uncle Ben once said, “With great technology, comes great accessories,” or something on those lines. As a result, it becomes quite difficult to sift through the great seas of accessories in order to find the perfect gadgets to fill the Christmas stockings of your closest loved ones (or yourself). Take a look at these three ingenious Apple accessories that will help spread the cheer.

ION Audio Guitar Apprentice

Are you passionate about playing the guitar, but are still waiting on hitting the mobile slots jackpot in order to afford one? Fear no more! If an iPad and a Guitar Hero guitar had to somehow produce a lovechild, this fantastic accessory would be the result. Simply slot your iPad into the dock that is situated where the bridge should be, say goodbye to finger blisters, and let the jamming out begin! This accessory works perfectly with many of the musical instrument digital interface apps, allowing you to record and mix like a professional.

Parrot AR Drone 2.0

I don’t think I have ever met a human being that isn’t instantly awestruck the second a remote controlled aircraft is presented. Parrot, the new and improved smartphone or tablet controlled quadcopter is back, and this time it is stronger, faster and definitely more fun. Thanks to its nifty front-facing 720p camera, you can now easily record amazing HD footage straight to your iOS or Android devices.

Bubblescope

Tired of seeing other people’s breathtaking 360 degree photos of amazing views, although every time you attempt to swing your phone around, objects refuse to sync up correctly or faces are transformed into something out of a Tolkien novel? With Bubblescope, that is now a problem of the past. The ingenious device connects directly onto your iPhone lens, allowing the spherical attachment to easily take full 360 degree photos and videos that are sure to have your friends drooling. You can then use the Bubblepix app to easily share your masterpieces with the world.

By: Jason