Apple Rolls Out New Software, Bumper Feet Stay Stuck

03 Juin  

If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past couple decades, you’re probably – at the very least – conscious of the impact Apple has had on society. With the 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference in full swing, Apple announced exciting new software updates that were highly anticipated by both developers and consumers.

WWDC kicked off with a software update from Apple

However if you were anticipating new hardware announcements you were probably disappointed, it looks like you’ll have to wait for the fall for the new iPhone 6. Luckily your Apple accessories can still be used on all your current products.

Non-slip Polyurethane Bumper Pads
Non-slip Polyurethane Bumper Pads

The countless Apple accessories constantly require Bumper Specialties products, which means regardless of the software updates, your accessories will not become obsolete. We’ve always felt an affinity towards Apple because our rubber feet can be utilized on all of their products and accessories. Our bumper feet are purchased as replacement Macbook laptop feet for a non-slip grip. They can also be found on iPhone docks in which rubber feet are used to reduce vibration and to keep the dock in place to prevent sliding on surfaces. Our bumper pads are even used for unique applications like a microphone stand attachment for your iPad.

Rubber Bumper Feet on iPad Case
Capsicum Eyegrip Using Rubber Bumper Feet

While the software is constantly changing, the hardware you use for accessories has not. Capsicum Sports has a single hand tablet holder with a built-in tripod mount. Your hand can easily slip into the strap on the back of the iPad or set up the tripod to take a selfie. The EyeGrip base is very low profile and includes four polyurethane feet that allows stable desktop operation. You can see from the picture that our rubber stops are on the back four corners for a anti-skid grip. Not only does this Apple accessory improve device functionality, but it’s also extremely affordable.

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