iXTREME for iPhone® 5

Sports cameras are super expensive and they only do one thing, but you have an iPhone 5...right? You want to be able to mount it and make amazing, hands-free, wide-angle video...right? We did too! Now there’s iXTREME®...it's a bombproof iPhone case combined with the functionality of sports cameras like GoPro®!

iXTREME is a rugged and waterproof iPhone lens and mounting system. It features an advanced case design that transforms the iPhone into a mountable sports camera that can do everything a sports camera can do, and much more. When sports cameras can text, make calls, send e-mail, edit and upload images and video, navigate, translate languages, and run a jillion apps with interchangeable lenses, multiple mounting points, a kickstand, and a FREE chest harness...they’ll be called iXTREME!

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iXtreme Blog

iXTREME World Tour (D.C. to Las Vegas)

November 16, 2014

The iXTREME truck is hitting the streets in support of actions sports and sweet, buttery product innovation! There will be some special stops along the way, contests, giveaways, and special off-the-truck deals. On road, off road, road optional! There will be some AYS?...lots of LOLs...and a bunch of HF.  It's gonna be 6K, sound 2G2BT? FRT? Click for more...
Tell us what you want, because this is for you!

November 08, 2014

Like we've said, we started iXTREME for ourselves, but now we're making it for you! So, what do you want to see? Ask and you may be surprised what you may get! Here are a few questions we've received this week. Click for more...

Mysterious iTunes Other Data

November 06, 2014

You're about to make some sick video with your iPhone, right? Well, you may have noticed in iTunes that you have a block of yellow "Other" data. It can range from hundreds of megabytes to gigabytes. So what is it and how do you clean it up? If you ask Apple, the iPhone other data is made up of things like file caches, data stored by apps, text history, voice memos, etc, but (as recently as iOS 8.1) it also includes video. You can see for yourself on your phone by loading Settings > General > Usage > Manage Storage > Photos & Camera. Compare the number shown to what you see in iTunes for Photos and Other combined. It should be pretty close. Click for more...


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