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MacRumors Giveaway: Win a USB-C Monitor Stand and Hub for iMac From Satechi

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Satechi to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Type-C Aluminum Monitor Stand Hub designed for the iMac or the iMac Pro. Priced at $89.99, Satechi's USB-C iMac Hub raises the foot of the iMac to what Satechi says is an optimal viewing angle and adds an array of useful easy-access ports. It includes three 5Gb/s USB-A ports, a 5Gb/s USB-C data port, an SD card slot, an audio jack, and a micro SD card slot. iMacs don't suffer from the same lack of ports as Apple's notebooks, but all iMac ports are located on the back of the machine, which is not always convenient. The iMac Hub puts them right within reach and adds additional ports for you to use. It's quite a bit easier to use an SD card slot on the front of the iMac than on the back, which will make this hub worth it for photographers, drone operators, and others who often need to access SD and micro SD cards. Make sure to check out the review we did on Satechi's USB-C iMac Hub for a closer look at the ports and how it performs in day to day use. Available in either silver or space gray aluminum, the iMac Hub has been designed to match well with Apple's iMac lineup. The Hub is designed to plug in to one of the four available USB-C ports on modern Macs, though it is also compatible with older Macs using an included USB-A to USB-C adapter. It has a short cable, which prevents cord mess. The iMac Hub raises the iMac up 1.63 inches,

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Pair of Apple's Upcoming AirPods 2

Apple is working on second-generation AirPods that are expected to be announced sometime soon, perhaps even during the month of March. We know the AirPods 2 aren't out yet, but we're launching a new giveaway feature that will see us offering MacRumors readers a chance to win unannounced Apple products at launch, and we're starting with the AirPods. We're hosting a giveaway in our AirPods 2 roundup, which you can access by clicking this link or by clicking on the image above. The links will take you right to the giveaway section of the roundup complete with entry form and rules, but make sure to check out the rest for all of the AirPods 2 rumors we've heard so far. Rumors have suggested the next version of the AirPods will come with "Hey Siri" support for making hands-free Siri requests and a new wireless charging case for Qi-based wireless charging at a minimum, but there are a few other possible features rumored. Apple is perhaps working on a black color for the second-generation AirPods, and the AirPods could also feature an updated coating that's more matte in color. If Apple does release white AirPods and black AirPods, you can pick whichever color you like best. There have been some vague hints of other features like heart rate monitoring, but we're not convinced these rumors are accurate. Such a feature could come to the AirPods at some point, but most information has suggested the first AirPods refresh will be rather minor in scale. Whatever AirPods are coming next from Apple is what our giveaway winner will be receiving at the conclusion of the

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Backpack, Briefcase, Tote or iPhone Case From Hex

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Hex to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Hex bag or iPhone case. Hex makes a whole range of products, including multiple totes, backpacks, and bags with simple designs and clean lines. Hex's 10.8L Terra Expandable Laptop Briefcase, for example, has a no-frills, modern design that offers a wealth of storage space. There's a padded laptop slot that can accommodate up to a 15-inch laptop, an interior gear pocket, an external tablet pocket, two external gear pockets, and a rear document pocket, so it can fit pretty much all the gear you might need. Priced at $139.95, it comes with backpack straps that can be tucked away so when it's packed full you can wear it like a backpack, and there's also a detachable shoulder strap so it can be worn in a more traditional way. The Terra is made from a polyester material treated for water resistance, so it can hold up to a bit of rain. Hex's Nero Expandable Laptop Briefcase, also priced at $139.95, is pretty much identical to the Terra with all of the same features and pockets, but it is made from a black polyester material that's also resistant to rain and rips. Hex also makes affordable backpacks, including the Echelon Signal Backpack, which is priced at $89.95. The Echelon backpack holds 17.25L, so it's a good size without being too large, and it can accommodate a 13 to 15-inch laptop in the padded laptop compartment. It's made from a gray polyester material that's simple, attractive, and water resistant, and there's a big front pocket for a tablet. A pocket at

MacRumors Giveaway: Win Custom Carbon Fiber AirPods From Hadoro

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with French designer brand Hadoro to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a set of custom carbon fiber AirPods. For those not familiar with Hadoro, it's a site that makes high-end custom iPhones, AirPods, and iPhone cases from luxury materials. Pricing on these custom devices ranges from 400 euros to over 5000 euros, so they're not for everyone, but Hadoro certainly has some unique designs you won't see anywhere else. Hadoro's custom carbon fiber AirPods will appeal to anyone who is hoping Apple will release a future version of the AirPods in black. Hadoro's AirPods, priced at 650 euros, use carbon fiber, known for being ultra strong and ultra light. To create the carbon fiber AirPods, Hadoro engineers disassemble the original AirPods case while keeping all of the interior components intact. New assembly parts for the case are meticulously carved from three solid blocks of carbon fiber. Because Hadoro is creating its own shell for the AirPods case, it features a unique stepped look at the top and bottom with milled notches and an overall elliptical cylinder shape. A subtle "H" for Hadoro is carved into the front. Hadoro designed the AirPods case to have a unique graphite finish with a visible fiber weave pattern and a matte surface, while the actual AirPods inside are coated with a deep black scratch-resistant soft-touch finish. When the creation process is finished, Hadoro's engineers extensively test

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Gesture-Based 'Tap' Keyboard That You Wear on Your Hand

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Tap to give MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company's wearable keyboard setups, which Tap believes will be the keyboard of the future. Priced at $199, the Tap is a futuristic keyboard that turns your fingers into the keys, allowing you to type letters, numbers, and symbols with different finger tap combinations. Tap features a series of rings with built-in sensors, with the rings designed to fit over your thumb and each finger to detect your tap gestures. The rings are adjustable and can fit a wide range of hand sizes, and with the sensors, you can essentially use the Tap Keyboard anywhere you are. Each letter of the alphabet is a different tap. To create an "A," for example you tap your thumb in a downwards motion onto a desk or flat surface. A tap of the index finger makes an "E," while to create a "K," you tap your thumb and ring finger downwards at the same time. To make a "B," you tap your pinky and index finger at the same time. Learning to use the Tap Keyboard takes just a few days, but because it's an entirely new way of typing, mastering it can take some time. We reviewed the Tap last year and were able to learn the taps in about a week practicing 30 minutes per day. Tap recently came out with new software that's designed to help you learn faster than ever. The TapAcademy, one of the Tap apps available from the App Store, is a 30-day course that's used for 10 minutes a day to memorize the letters, numbers, and symbols you need to use the Tap as a keyboard replacement for iOS

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Luna Display Adapter for Turning Your iPad Into a Second Screen

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Astropad to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Luna Display adapter. The Luna Display is a handy little dongle that's designed to turn your iPad into a second screen for your Mac. You may be familiar with the Astropad software, which mirrors the Mac's display to an iPad, but the Luna Display extends the Mac's display to the iPad instead of mirroring it for full second screen functionality. Using Mini DisplayPort or USB-C, the Luna Display plugs right into your Mac and then works with the iPad using the Luna Display software for Mac and iPad. Setup takes just a few seconds and the device works over a Wi-Fi connection. At $80, the Luna Display is an affordable option for those who want a second portable display for the Mac that's perfect for use both at home and when on the go. The connection between the two devices is seamless with little to no lag depending on your connection. Luna Display works with any modern iPad, dating back to the iPad 2, along with the iPad mini and the iPad Pro. Newer iPads will perform better, of course, due to the faster hardware. You can also use the Luna Display with any 2012 or later Mac. We've even set up an iPad Pro as a display for a Mac mini using the Luna Display, as seen in our video below, and it worked well. You can buy the Luna Display from the Luna Display website, and we also have five of them to give away to MacRumors readers. To enter to

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 240

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Jackery to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Jackery Portable Power Station Generator 240, which offers 240Wh (67000mAh) of power for camping, emergencies, and more. Jackery makes a wide range of battery packs and portable power stations in different sizes, and the Power Station 240 is one of its largest. Priced at $250, the Power Station 240 is ideal to have on hand for power outages, and it's also useful for camping, RV use, and other activities where you need a lot of portable power. There's an AC outlet, a car port, and two 2.4A USB-A outputs so you can charge up multiple devices at once. According to Jackery, it can charge a smartphone 18 times, an iPad Pro 6 times, a laptop up to 4 times, and a GoPro 40 times. Despite the power it's packing, the Power Station 240 is portable, measuring in at nine inches tall, seven and a half inches wide, and 5 inches deep. It weighs 6.8 pounds and has a handle at the top to make it easy to carry. There's an LCD display at the front that lets you know how much charge is left, and a built-in LED flashlight is included for when the power is out. There are multiple ways to recharge the Jackery 240, including using a 50W Jackery solar panel (needs to be purchased separately), a carport, or an AC wall outlet. It takes approximately eight hours to recharge via the standard methods, or 10 hours with the add-on solar panel. We have two of the Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 240s to give away to MacRumors readers. To enter to win our

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a UV iPhone Sanitizer From PhoneSoap

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with PhoneSoap to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a PhoneSoap 3 Smartphone UV Sanitizer. As the name suggests, the PhoneSoap is designed to eliminate all of the nasty germs on your iPhone using a UV light. Most of us take our phones everywhere, including places rich with bacteria and other little microbes. PhoneSoap says that its UV sanitizer kills 99.99 percent of all germs, and in addition to working on your iPhone, it will sanitize anything that fits inside. It's even able to kill cold and flu viruses. All you need to do is open up the PhoneSoap, tuck your iPhone inside, and leave it there at night or for just a few minutes at a time. It doesn't take long to eliminate germs with a UV light, and the PhoneSoap will shut off automatically after 10 minutes so you don't need to worry about overheating or damage to your devices. There are UV lightbulbs on both the top and bottom of the PhoneSoap to sanitize both sides of an iPhone at once, and the design is meant to get the light to tiny crevices that liquids don't reach. The PhoneSoap, priced at $60, is multipurpose, so while it's sanitizing your phone with UV light, it can also charge it thanks to two ports (USB-C and USB-A) on the side. It is big enough to fit all iPhone models, and it also works with credit cards, keys, money, and more. We have 10 of the PhoneSoaps to give away to MacRumors readers. To enter to win our giveaway, use the Rafflecopter widget below and enter an email address. Email addresses will be used solely for

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a BentoStack Charge for Organizing and Charging Your Devices

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Function 101 to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company's new BentoStack Charge accessory organizers. We've covered the handy BentoStack accessory organizers before, but this new version, the Charge, does even more. In addition to keeping all of your cords, cables, and odds and ends organized, it includes a 5,000 mAh power bank and wireless charging pad. The BentoStack Charge, priced at $99.95 and available in three colors, features multiple layers, which can be used together all at once when at home, or separately when traveling if you only need to take a few things with you. The top layer is the power bank, which also doubles as a Qi wireless charging pad for Apple's latest iPhones. There's a USB-C port built into the charger for keeping it powered (USB-C to USB-A cable included), and an extra USB-A port for charging a second device. With the BentoStack Charge on your desk, you can plug it into a USB-C cable and place your iPhone on top for a convenient charging location that doubles as storage. Underneath the cover, there's a slot to hold an Apple Pencil (which also doubles as an iPhone stand), and below that, there's a main compartment with a set of dividers for holding things like cables, AirPods, power adapters, and more. Below the first main compartment, there's a divider that's able to hold extra Apple Watch bands, and underneath that, you'll find a second main compartment with dividers for holding whatever else you need to store. All of the dividers within the compartments

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a 'MagicMount Pro Charge' Wireless Charger for iPhone From Scosche

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Scosche to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company's MagicMount Pro Charge wireless chargers. Priced at $69.99, the MagicMount Pro Charge is a versatile, upright wireless charging mount that can go anywhere, offering charging capabilities and easy access to the iPhone wherever it might be. You can use the MagicMount Pro Charge on a desk, in the car for access to maps, in the kitchen for viewing recipes, and more. The MagicMount Pro uses magnets to hold your iPhone in place, with no base or cradle required, keeping it at an optimum viewing height with an unobscured display and accessible ports. There are magnets built into the MagicMount Pro Charge, which work with a metal MagicPlate that attaches to the iPhone. The magnets do not impede wireless charging, with the MagicMount Pro Charge offering 7.5W charging for Apple devices and 10W charging for Android devices. The MagicPlate attaches to the back of an iPhone or an iPhone case using an adhesive, with the iPhone plate able to be easily removed. A StickGrip suction base at the bottom makes sure the MagicMount stays in place while you're using it, and the charging portion can be swiveled, rotated, or tilted so you can adjust your iPhone's display to where you want it. A power adapter is included with the MagicMount Pro Charge, with the cord routed through the base of the device. As with most wireless chargers, foreign object detection is included to prevent accidents from overheating. MagicMount Pro Charge is Qi-certified and

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a 'Limitless 2.0' iPhone Case and Accessory from Mous

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Mous to give MacRumors readers a chance to win an iPhone case and an iPhone case accessory from the company's Limitless 2.0 product line. Priced from $39.99 to $59.99, the Limitless 2.0 cases feature a protective shell made from a high impact "AiroShock" material, TPU, and Polycarbonate. The AiroShock interior of the case is outfitted with thousands of micro air pockets that are designed to act like a spring in the event of a fall, minimizing the impact damage. Each case features a rear panel made from unique materials, with carbon fiber, walnut, leather, bamboo, and shell available as options. The Limitless 2.0 cases are designed to be rigid and fit tightly onto the iPhone, which offers better protection against drops that end up with the phone face down. In addition to these protective features, the Limitless iPhone cases can be expanded with add-on accessories. Each case has little magnets inside that work with modular accessories also available from Mous. There are a number of available add-on options that expand the functionality of the Mous cases. Vent Mounts and Flex Mounts, for example, let you position a mount anywhere that you might need it, while a magnetic Card Wallet provides a way to store your credit cards and ID. There's even an add-on Flip Wallet with more storage space and a folio-style cover for the iPhone, and a Wall Mount that lets you stick your iPhone anywhere. Accessories range in price from $20 to $25. Despite the magnets included for accessories, Mous cases continue to

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a USB-C Mobile Pro Hub for the 2018 iPad Pro From Satechi

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Satechi to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win an Aluminum Type-C Mobile Pro Hub Adapter, which is designed to work with the 2018 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models. Apple's latest iPads replace the traditional Lightning connector with a new USB-C connector, allowing them to do more than ever before. Because they use USB-C rather than Lightning, the new models work with USB-C accessories like Satechi's adapter. The Mobile Pro Hub Adapter, priced at $59.99, comes in either Silver or Space Gray to match the available iPad Pro models. Like many of Satechi's accessories, it features an attractive brushed aluminum finish. There are multiple ports on the Mobile Pro Hub Adapter, which expands what you can do with an iPad Pro. It features a 4K 30Hz HDMI port for attaching a display, a USB-C power delivery port for charging purposes, a USB 3.0 port with support for 5Gb/s transfer speeds, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The 3.5mm headphone jack in particular is essential for those with standard headphones as Apple removed the native headphone jack from the 2018 iPad Pro. All of the ports on the adapter can be used at once, so you can attach a display, charge, listen to music, and use a USB-A keyboard or photo accessory all at the same time. We have eight of Satechi's Mobile Pro Hub Adapters to give away to MacRumors readers. To enter to win, use the Rafflecopter widget below and enter an email address. Email addresses will be used solely for contact purposes to reach the winners and send the prizes. You can

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a 2018 11-Inch iPad Pro and a Copy of AnyTrans

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with iMobie to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a 64GB 11-inch iPad Pro and a copy of the company's AnyTrans software, designed to let you easily manage the content on your iPhone or iPad. The 11-inch iPad Pro is Apple's newest iPad, released in October. It's the first iPad with an edge-to-edge display, no Home button, and support for Face ID. It has a super fast A12X chip, the thinnest body ever in an iPad, and support for the second-generation Apple Pencil. Like all iPads and iPhones, the new iPad Pro is compatible with the AnyTrans software from iMobie. AnyTrans is designed to be an alternative to iTunes, letting you transfer content to and from your iOS devices, swapping music, photos, contacts, messages and more from device to device with a simple click. AnyTrans includes features for managing music and creating custom ringtones, backing up photos, cleaning up contacts and messages, and managing your apps from your Mac or PC. There's also an option to create a complete backup using a wireless Air Backup feature, and there's a built-in iCloud Manager for handling iCloud files. The software offers many of the features that Apple eliminated in iTunes 12.7, allowing users to do things like save apps for local backup, install app updates with a click, categorize and arrange apps on the home screen of an iOS device, and backup home screen layouts. If you want to swap from Android to iOS, AnyTrans will help you do it. You can get the AnyTrans software from the iMobie website for $39.99, with a free trial

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a 5-Coil 'PowerDual' Qi Wireless Charger That Can Charge 2 iPhones at Once from Choetech

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Choetech to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company's new PowerDual 5-coil Qi wireless chargers, capable of charging two devices at one time. The PowerDual is a flat, oblong-shaped pad that is equipped with five overlapping wireless coils inside. It is big enough to accommodate two smartphones at once, and because of the overlapping coils, the two devices should charge regardless of placement on the charger. With flat chargers, placement can be an issue because the iPhone needs to be placed right over a coil to properly charge. That's a problem that's addressed with the PowerDual. It can accommodate two devices placed vertically or one device placed horizontally. For iPhones, 7.5W charging is supported, and if you put two iPhones on the charger at one time, both will charge at the faster 7.5W charging speed. For Samsung devices that support faster charging speeds, 10W charging is available. An anti-slip surface prevents your iPhone from sliding or slipping off of the charger, and anti-slip pads at the bottom keep the charger itself in place. Heat dissipation holes at the bottom of the device keep your phone cool while it's charging to speed up the process. Choetech is offering the charger, priced at $35.99, in either a smooth black finish or a faux wood grain finish. Powering the charger is done through an included USB-C port, but a power adapter is not included. You will need to supply a 5V Quick Charge 3.0 power adapter. Choetech has also provided a discount code for the five

MacRumors Giveaway: Win an iPhone Case Bundle From Speck

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Speck to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win an iPhone case bundle for the iPhone XR, XS, XS Max, X, or 8/8 Plus that comes with a Presidio Stay Clear case, a Presidio Pro case, and two of Speck's GrabTabs. Speck makes a range of Presidio cases for the iPhone, all with varying designs and levels of protection. The Presidio Pro, priced from $40 to $45, is one of Speck's more protective cases with a dual-layer design. With two layers of protection, the Presidio Pro offers protection from drops of up to 10 feet. A raised bezel around the edge of the screen protects the display when it's face down, and it comes in multiple colors including black, red, pink, blue, and gray. Also included in the bundle is the Presidio Stay Clear, also priced at $40 to $45. The Presidio Stay Clear is, as the name suggests, an entirely clear case that shows off the design of the iPhone, making it the perfect choice for the colorful iPhone XR. The Presidio Clear offers two layers of protection to keep your iPhone safe from drops up to eight feet, and it has a raised bezel in case it falls face down. All of Speck's cases allow for wireless charging. To go along with the two cases in the bundle, Speck is including two of its new GrabTabs. Priced at $9.99, the GrabTab is an alternative to the PopSocket, offering up a loop that allows you to keep a solid grip on your iPhone. The GrabTab attaches to the back of the iPhone or an iPhone case, and when not in use, the loop pops down so it doesn't add a lot of bulk to your

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Vector Robot From Anki

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Anki to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company's adorable little Vector robots, which designed to be a personal robot companions that are fun for the whole family. Vector is an autonomous, cloud-connected robot that's eager to entertain, interact with you, and answer questions on a range of topics with the "Hey Vector" trigger word, much like Siri, Cortana, or Alexa. Priced at $249.99, Vector is a palm-sized robot equipped with small front display that allows Vector to express his endearing personality. Vector's body is filled with a host of sensors, including an HD camera designed to let Vector see the world around him. Vector can navigate spaces, learn what's around him, recognize people's faces and remember them, and take photographs. A four-microphone array lets him listen for questions and commands, and there are built-in touch sensors and an accelerometer that allow Vector to feel touch and detect when he's picked up. A high-powered processor lets Vector answer your questions and process the environment around him, and he has his own unique voice and language. Vector can provide the weather, solve equations, offer up word definitions, answer pop culture questions, and more. Vector can do tricks like wheelies or he can play with an included cube, and there's an interactive game of blackjack available. We reviewed Vector earlier this year and loved his personality. Vector isn't as smart as Siri or Alexa just yet, but he's a fun home addition that's more of a pet or a friend than a

MacRumors Giveaway: Win an iPad Case From Pad & Quill

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Pad & Quill to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company's high-quality carefully crafted iPad cases made from materials like leather, linen, and wood. Pad & Quill has multiple iPad case options available, including several cases for the new 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models. The Oxford Leather iPad Pro case, priced starting at $114.95, is made from full grain bridle leather in chestnut, whiskey, or black. Designed specifically for the latest iPad models, the Oxford case is a folio-style case that can protect both sides of the iPad when closed. One side of the case attaches to the iPad using a strong 3M adhesive material. When open, the Oxford case has a built-in horizontal viewing stand and it is able to work with the Smart Keyboard Folio that comes with the iPad Pro, so you don't need to sacrifice your keyboard to use this case. There's a spot for the Apple Pencil 2, an interior pocket for documents, and an elastic strap to keep everything safe when it's closed. Pad & Quill also has a second folio case for the new iPad Pro models, the Contega Thin. Priced starting at $89.95, the Contega, which is one of the thinnest iPad Pro cases from Pad & Quill, is made from an archival linen in a charcoal or gray color. The Contega, like the Oxford, features a built-in horizontal viewing stand when open and attaches to the back of the iPad with 3M adhesive. It too is compatible with the Apple Smart Keyboard Folio, so you can use the keyboard with the iPad Pro while still having the protection and

MacRumors Giveaway: Win an Apple Watch and iPhone Charging Station From Satechi

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Satechi to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a USB-C Dual Charging Station that's designed to charge the iPhone and the Apple Watch at the same time. Available in Silver or Space Gray to match Apple's devices, Satechi's Dual Charging Station provides a total of 15W of power to charge an iPhone and an Apple Watch. The Charging Station, priced at $64.99 normally but on sale for $38.99, features a slim, attractive design with a pedestal for each device, holding both the iPhone and the Apple Watch upright for easy viewing. You'll need to supply your own cables for the iPhone and Apple Watch, but the Charging Station includes built-in cable management features to wind up excess cable. It comes with a USB power adapter and a USB-C to USB-A cable. Satechi has designed the charger with smart charging technology that will provide the proper amount of power to each of the two devices that are being charged. It works with all modern Apple devices that have Lightning connectors, along with the Series 1, 2, and 3 Apple Watch models. We have five of the Dual Charging Stations to give away to MacRumors readers. To enter to win our giveaway, use the Rafflecopter widget below and enter an email address. Email addresses will be used solely for contact purposes to reach the winners and send the prizes. You can earn additional entries by subscribing to our weekly newsletter, subscribing to our YouTube channel, following us on Twitter, following us on Instagram, or visiting the MacRumors Facebook page. Due to the

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Pro Photography Lens Set For Your iPhone From SANDMARC

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with SANDMARC, a company that makes camera lenses for the iPhone, to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a kit that includes a set of Pro Photography lenses, a set of Cinema lenses, and a $100 SANDMARC gift card. SANDMARC makes high-quality camera lenses that are designed to fit the iPhone 7 and later, with individual kits available for each iPhone. The Pro Edition lens set, priced at $289.99, includes a 60mm telephoto lens with 2x magnification, a 16mm wide-angle lens, a 10mm fisheye lens, and a 25mm macro lens with 10x magnification. The telephoto lens is ideal for portraits, animal shots, and other scenes where you want to get just a bit closer, while the wide-angle is perfect for landscapes. The fisheye is a lens that's used for super wide-angle images, and the macro lens lets you get up close to whatever you're photographing. SANDMARC's Pro Edition lens set also comes with an iPhone case that's designed to hold the lenses in place, but there are also four clips included if you want to use the lenses without the case. If you don't need all of the lenses, SANDMARC also sells them individually. Along with its Pro lenses, SANDMARC also has a $100 Cinema Edition lens, which will be included in the giveaway. The Cinema is a polarizer that is compatible with both lenses on the iPhone, offering up Scape ND4, ND8, ND16 filters. These neutral density filters offer up better aerial shots, introduce a motion blur for more natural looking videos, and compensate for variations in lighting. The polarizer filter

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Wood iMac Stand or Shelf From Understands

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Understands to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a high-quality iMac stand or shelf made from wood. Understands makes a selection of stands, shelves, and drawers that are designed to accompany the iMac, though there's potential for these to also work with other computer monitors. Each stand is made entirely from salvaged urban wood, with different options like ash, walnut, and cherry available. There are many one-of-a-kind stands and shelves available with unique designs, live edges, bark accents, and other features. Prices range from $35 for the smallest shelves to $399 for the largest configuration with multiple drawers, but most are priced around $100 to $150. There are six main configurations, outlined below. Evo The Evo, priced at $99 to $129, features an iMac undermount, so it adds storage to the area above your iMac's stand while also raising it to an optimal viewing height. It is available with or without a drawer, and there's space to store the Apple Magic Keyboard underneath it. At the back, there are cutouts for cords, which allow them to be routed into the drawer for storing and charging devices like iPhones and other peripherals. Planet Priced at $300, the Planet features a total of three cork-lined drawers for holding accessories and peripherals, with one additional hidden drawer and built-in hand-cut dovetail joinery. The Planet, made from ash harvested sustainably in Illinois, is also an undermount design that fits over the iMac's stand with rear-facing cutouts for managing cables. A