Fashion Week Fall ’16 starts February 11th and with it, an influx of fashion-minded consumers, like you, will take over the streets of New York City. After hours of shows, running your shoes to their soles and your phone battery dry, you could use a quick, easy solution to help you keep up. ZAGG has some perfect products to help you survive the week without missing a beat. You don’t want to be that one person in the crowd who can’t Snapchat the show because your battery is dead. Read on to see how our products can help you survive one of the longest weeks of the year.
It’s that time of year again – time to find that perfect gift for everyone on your list and win the holidays. Looking to deck out your favorite audiophile or wow the world traveler in your life? From audio and power to keyboards and screen protection, the ZAGG 2015 Gift Guide has something for everyone. Check out our recommendations below or mix-and-match your own favorites on zagg.com.
Believe it or not, Black Friday is almost upon us. For some, Black Friday is a bonding experience where friends and family members carefully plan out multiple strategies for obtaining holiday gifts while simultaneously camping outside the store the night before. For others, it’s a day best celebrated at home, avoiding the crowds and waiting for Cyber Monday to get similar deals.
Inspiration is fickle. There are plenty of self-help books that attempt to train you to channel your creativity at the perfect time you need it. More often than not you won’t get the flash of brilliance you’re looking for until you’re in a setting that’s not conducive to recording your ideas. It can be terribly frustrating. But there’s help.
It seems like smartphones are used for everything these days. We live in a “there’s an app for that” world, with smartphones becoming the central hub for multiple activities. As versatile as these technological marvels are, many people still only use them for the most basic of tasks like texting, email, social media, and event planning. But smartphones can be used for so much more than that. Some of the most innovative minds in the world aren’t just looking at a smartphone as a convenient way to communicate with friends; they see it as a problem solving tool, one with near infinite possibilities.
Having to wait for anything may soon be an antiquated concept we try to explain to our grandkids. From movies and music to groceries and online shopping, on-demand services are cropping up everywhere to meet our needs wherever we are – and whenever we need them. So with tech moving as fast as it is in every industry, why should you have to wait to protect your favorite devices? With InvisibleShield On Demand, protecting virtually any smartphone or tablet has never been easier. Not only do we have a database of over 1,000 devices, but new ones are added the day they become available so you never have to wait to protect your new phone from Day One. For a closer look at InvisibleShield On Demand, take a look at the video below:
No matter what kind of device you have, we’ve got you covered. To find a participating Zagg location near you, click here.
With Apple’s recent announcement, it made me pause and consider what people do or don’t do to protect their new devices, like the iPhone and iPad Pro. Did you know that 50% of people under the age of 35 will break their smartphone within the first 12 months? What’s even more surprising is that over $23.5 billion has been spent on smartphone repair in the US alone – almost half of that just on iPhones! You can read these and other interesting facts about screen protection in the infographic below.
Today, our smartphones can do just about anything. They help us update our statuses, locate a restaurant downtown, download work documents and even store digital credit cards. However, for how helpful they can be, we don’t seem to treat them very well. Thanks to a lack of phone screen protectors, in the U.S. alone, $23.5 billion has been spent on smartphone repairs. From scratches and cracks to shattered screens, many are asking, why are we so hard on our smartphones? Why can’t we have nice things?