To give is better than to receive, but thinking of gift ideas is stressful. To help alleviate this stress, we’ve created some great pairs for giving, and came up with some ideas for even the hardest shoppers on your list.
For the always-online: HiRise for iPhone and Apple Watch
This bundle charges their two most important mobile devices, so for someone who’s always connected, we’re them something they’ll use every day.
For the New Yorker: ParcSlope
We’re giving one of our favorite New Yorkers ParcSlope – the hybrid stand for iPad pro or any MacBook. No matter what their set up is, they will love the lifted angle and the reference to Brooklyn. We’re pairing the stand with a map of the city – so he can take a piece of his neighborhood wherever he lives. We love this laser cut map.
For the stylish: SurfacePad and BookBook
We think Apple devices should be as well dressed as the person carrying it. SurfacePad is perfect for the stylish minimalist with an iPhone. BookBook Rutledge is a great gift because they’ll like that they can get coordinating cases for Mac and iPad, but they’ll love that no two are identical.
For the reader: BookBook for iPad
Not sure what your bookworm has read recently? Give them the modern day hard back- BookBook for iPad. They’ll love having the look of a traditional book, but with the modern convenience of iPad. We’re giving our reader a BookBook for her iPad mini, and an iTunes gift card to use in iBooks.
For the music lover: BassJump 2
The boosted bass will make the playlist we’ve made for them sound even better. Pressed for time, or have different tastes? An iTunes gift card can be used towards an Apple Music subscription.
For the neat freak: HiRise for iMac and HiRise for MacBook
The adjustable stands will let them get their set up exactly how they want it. Give them some velcro straps for cable management and give the gift of a less stressful work environment. Love that desktop set up? Get one for yourself, then download our dual-screen wallpapers: San Francisco and Scotland.
For the iPad chef: HoverBar
For our iPad only chef, HoverBar will keep their iPad out of the mess, but still easily accessible, and recipe app Paprika will let them save old favorites and find new ones.
For the tech-savvy senior: Compass
We love giving our parents and grandparents technology – we’re giving ours a Compass for hands-free FaceTime calls. The real gift is teaching them the ropes of their devices – the year-round tech support is appreciated too.