The iPhone has been with us for 10 years. And over that decade, the market for iPhone accessories has become a full-fledged industry. But along with the useful accessories you'll find in Apple Stores (like the one shown here), there are plenty of off-the-wall iPhone add-ons, too.
Speaker docks were among the earliest accessories for the iPhone. The Bose SoundDock (2004) was originally designed for iPods but was later compatible with the iPhone, which had also had a 30-pin connector. Then things started to get weird...
I actually played around with one of these cases and was marginally impressed. It's still available for the iPhone 5/5S and iPhone 6/6S from a company called TaskLab. Just don't bring it on to a plane, please.
Not brushing properly? Oral-B's latest smart brush, the Genius 9000 is here to teach you the key to sparkling gnashers.
It ropes in your smartphone to help as well -- stick your phone on your mirror, and the toothbrush's app uses the front facing camera to gauge where abouts in your mouth you're brushing, and for how long.
The PopSlate 2 is an iPhone case that has a built-in battery and more importantly, an e-ink screen on the back that delivers vital tidbits of information (the company calls it a second screen for your iPhone). It's due to ship in the coming months.
The Moonlight Bedtime Story Projector blew through its funding goal on Kickstarter and will allegedly ship in April 2017 (proceed at your own risk). It allows you to project story reels on a wall or ceiling using your iPhone's LED. Kind of ingenious.