It all started with SonarPen, a $ 30 iPad stylus that made use of the headphone jack in the year of our Lord 2018. That made us think, "Hey! Let's see what other headset accessories are available", which It led to many fun things.
The best-known headphone jack accessory could be the original Square credit card reader, which was delivered free of charge. It works in the same way as SonarPen, using the iPad's built-in analog to digital converter to convert audio signals into usable data. All I had to do was connect it to an iPad and swipe your card, it's that simple!
We also found a smart Geiger counter that is supposed to be connected to your phone and measure gamma and X-ray radiation. However, no one should use it as a real and functional Geiger counter, because Amazon reviews say that the complementary application will is giving really original readings. If the radiation level of the microwave is as high as it says, everyone would already be dead.
And finally, all this made Paul fall into an iPad accessory wormhole, finding a lot of weird stands for iPad and bathtub caddys, and the next thing you know is that he's looking at the Altered Carbon floor.
You can see the rest of Circuit Breaker Live below: Chaim hacked an iPod and Ashley played some smart games of toothbrushes, so you definitely do not want to miss it. And do not forget that you can ask us questions that we will answer live on YouTube every Tuesday at 4 p.m. M. ET. I see you there!