Tag Archive: Dock


The Togo Dock is a new pocket-sized iPhone dock from the makers of the Une Bobine, the super-successful “handy bendy iPhone-holding snake.” The new gadget is as simple as can be: it’s a little plastic reel with a magnet on… Read more ›     

A new Kickstarter project is aiming to build minimal charging docks designed to hold Apple’s 8-pin Lightning Cable. The underside of each “MikroDok” features a Mikro-suction adhesive backing, which allows the doc to be securely positioned and also moved multiple… Read more ›     

A new Kickstarter project is aiming to build minimal charging docks designed to hold Apple’s 8-pin Lightning Cable. The underside of each “MikroDok” features a Mikro-suction adhesive backing, which allows the doc to be securely positioned and also moved multiple… Read more ›     

Miss iOS 6′s reflective glass dock? This jailbreak tweak has got you covered. In Jony Ive’s ruthless purge of all traces of skeuomorphism, one of the biggest casualties was the glass-backed dock which made the iOS icons look as if… Read more ›     

Snooze iPhone Alarm Dock by Distiluinion Category: iPhone dock Works With: iPhone 4/4s/5/5s/5c Price: Varies It’s the weekend tomorrow, which for most people means that you can ignore the alarm when it goes off in the morning: hitting the snooze… Read more ›     

  “Thunderbolt, ho!†That’s the cry of low-frame-rate animated big cats when they found out just how much the new Akitio Thunder Dock can do when hooked up to a Mac. And “Snarrrfff†is what their rat-like friend said when… Read more ›     

In iOS 6, the dock was a glass shelf. In iOS 7, it’s far more abstract: a blurry transparent layer over your wallpaper. Some people love it, some people hate it. If you’re one of the latter, and you have… Read more ›     

With all the RAM we have these days, it’s easy to get some serious screen clutter going on when you have a ton of apps open. You can hide the current app with Command-H, and you can hide all the… Read more ›     

While no one puts baby in the corner, you can ignore that time-honored advice and actually put the Dock in the corner on the screen of your Mac. While the traditional tools for moving the Dock around will let you… Read more ›     

The Dock of OS X

The OS X Dock sits centered along the bottom of the screen on every Mac by default, and most users probably assume that moving the Dock to a new location is limited to centering on either the left or right side of the screen. It turns out you can actually have much more control over the Dock positioning, and with the help of a little defaults command string  [Read More...]