OCDock: Beautiful docking solution for the iPhone 5

OCDock: Beautiful docking solution for the iPhone 5

If you have an iPhone 5 and an iMac or Apple Display, this would be a marriage made in heaven

With the release of the iPhone 5, Apple did away with an official dock which opened a great opportunity for the people OCDesk to create an awesome solution. Currently a KickStarter project, the OCDock is a dock for any iPhone, including the 5 that is made with an aluminum build and minimalist design that blends in right at the base of your iMac or Apple Display. The OCDock comes with a thin USB cable that goes right under the base and into your Mac allowing you to sync and charge your phone. The OCDock is currently only available for people who pledge at least $55 at KickStarter but is estimated to retail at $79 when it officially releases in 2013.

For more information, check out their KickStarter page!

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