Top 5 Cable-free gear
Canon Pixma MG7750 >
£160 > canon.co.uk
> Produce premium-quality photo prints in seconds with this AirPrint-compatible printer and scanner. Mac apps are included, and a free Canon Print Inkjet/Selphy app for iOS (apple.co/1TbfOxf) enables you to scan documents directly to your iPad or iPhone.
Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless >
£499 > bowers-wilkins.co.uk
> Treat your Mac and your ears to some top-quality sounds with this brilliant AirPlay speaker. It belts out a healthy 50W per stereo channel, plus another 50W via its built-in subwoofer. AirPlay means it works seamlessly with your iPad and iPhone, too.
LaCie Fuel 1TB hard drive >
£130 > lacie.com/uk
> Armed with enough storage for 500 movies, LaCie Fuel is a portable hard drive with its own rechargeable 10-hour battery and Wi-Fi router built in too, making it ideal for use at home or on the go. As it’s AirPlay-compatible, you can even use the drive to stream media to your Apple TV – and it works with your iPad, iPhone and Mac, of course.
Netatmo Weather Station >
£169 > netatmo.com
> This gizmo keeps tabs on humidity, temperature, and air quality, and the results are presented beautifully on iOS, or on a Mac using Temps (£1.49, Mac App Store). Add the optional rain and wind gauges (£69 each) to monitor those conditions, too – great if weather forecasts fill you with hollow laughter. Sennheiser Momentum Wireless >
£290 > sennheiser.co.uk
> Whether you’re playing a movie, music or a game, these headphones are built for comfort and high fidelity, with noise-cancelling tech to filter out most background sounds, they also feature Bluetooth so you can listen without being tethered to a device.