While it’s been years since Apple made an appearance at CES in any official capacity, accessories that pair with its iOS devices have for several years dominated the show floor. This year was no different with most of the big trends– fitness and health tracking wearables, Bluetooth controllers, and home automation products– all designed and developed with the iPhone, iPad, and Mac in mind. Below we’ve put together a roundup of the most interesting wearables, cases, controllers and more that we found for iOS devices.
iHealth’s wireless blood pressure wrist monitor and companion iPad app.
GripAndShoot one-handed wireless Bluetooth controller.
Durovis Dive 3D virtual reality goggles for iPhone.
Corning’s new 200ft Thunderbolt 2 all-optical fiber cables.
Resound Linx, the world’s first and smallest MFi Bluetooth hearing aid was demoed at the Bluetooth SIG event.
iFrogz keychain-size Tadpole Bluetooth speaker.
Belkin unveiled new app controlled WeMo lightbulbs, Crock-Pot Slow Cooker, & ‘Maker’ DIY kit.
CableCore integrated iMac USB hub from iCoreGear.
Hapi Fork (and Spoon) Bluetooth smart utensils.
Hyper’s new Expand battery packs allow you to attach various size battery packs to a single three USB 3.0 port head unit.
Prong’s PocketPlug iPhone case plugs right into a socket using a built-in wall charger.
Parrot’s new MiniDrone.
Griffin unveiled its new Merchant case with a built-in Square credit card reader. It’s the first of many partnerships Square is making with accessory makers to integrate its readers.
New iRig MIDI keyboards for iPhone and iPad.
EverSense smart thermostat is getting new Bluetooth iBeacon add-ons called “Aura”.
Haier showed off the first MFi home appliance with its new Tianzun air conditioner.
Griffin’s programmable Bluetooth PowerMate control knob for Mac.
FLIR thermal imaging camera case for iPhone.
IK Multimedia’s new iRing is essentially a MIDI controller but it also uses your iOS device’s front facing camera to track movements.