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4 Apple Headphone Hacks to Make Using Your iPhone Easier

Friday, October 11, 2013 12:52:03 PM America/Los_Angeles

Sick of the same old boring white earbuds and want to upgrade to a cooler, louder pair of headphones? You may want to rethink that decision! Here are 4 awesome tricks you can do with your iPhone earbuds:

1. Control Incoming Calls

When you know it's one of those days where you'll constantly be on the phone, plug in your iPhone headphones to control your incoming calls. You can use your headphones to answer the call or ignore the call and send it to voicemail without having to touch your phone. 

To answer the call, just press the center button on the volume control bar connected to the cord on your earbuds. If you want to ignore the call, all you have to do is press and hold that center button for 2 seconds. If you receive a call while you're on the phone with someone else, you can switch calls by holding the center button for 3 seconds.

2. Control Your Music

If you're like me, you're using your iPhone to listen to music while driving, walking to class or lying in bed at night. What you might not know is that you can use your headphones to fast forward and rewind the song you're listening to without even touching your phone. 

To fast forward, press the center button on the volume control bar twice and hold. To rewind, simply triple press the center button quickly.

3. Control Siri

Siri can be your best friend or your worst enemy, depending on her response. I've found that using Siri while having your headphones plugged in makes the experience so much better. First, the closer proximity of the headphone mic allows Siri to understand your commands a whole lot easier than the built in mic on the iPhone. Also, you can use Siri without taking your phone out of your pocket, bag or backpack. 

To activate Siri from your headphones, all you have to do is press and hold the center button on the volume control bar for 2 seconds and you'll hear the familiar Siri pinging sound. This can be a lifesaver if you're behind the wheel and need a hands-free solution for using your iPhone.

4. Control Your Camera

Taking awesome photos can sometimes be challenging on the iPhone. Sometimes weird lighting or awkward angles can make it hard to hit the on-screen shutter button. Other times your fingers are wet or greasy from the meal you just put down. Luckily, you can snap photos quickly and easily with your headphones plugged in by hitting the volume up button (+) on the volume control bar. Now you can get to work on perfecting the art of the Selfie or snap photos of unsuspecting passengers on your commute to work.

These cool iPhone headphones tricks aren't limited only to your iOS device, you can also use them with your MacBook! And when you pair these hacks with one of our iPhone remotes like the iNav Elite, the possibilities are endless!

Comments | Posted in iPhone By Timothy Stevenson

7 iOS Music Apps to Help You Discover New Music

Friday, September 27, 2013 2:39:03 PM America/Los_Angeles

Now that the Internet is easily accessible through our phones and tablets, the world of music is more wide open than ever. Assuming that you already have Spotify, and Pandora, we want to highlight a few of the iOS music apps that we use to discover new songs and artists.


On this free app, users can select two adjectives (for example, "chill" and "fun") and 8tracks will then show a list of user-generated playlists that match those terms.


Have you ever heard a snippet of a song you liked, but then didn't catch the artist or title? It's infuriating to know that you won't be able to find out what the song was, since you have no means of looking it up. With Shazam, when you hear a song you like, you can have the app "listen" to the song and identify it. Even if you're in a noisy environment or only catch a small portion of the song, Shazaam can be surprisingly accurate. Once you've identified a song you like, Shazaam offers you the chance to buy it on iTunes.


SoundHound is similar to Shazam, but we've found that it can be better at recognizing humming and non-spoken vocals.


This app is modeled after the default iOS music function, but has a better queuing system -- great for generating playlists for your next party -- and makes it easier to post updates with customized messages to Facebook or Twitter. Not bad for $1.99. 


YouTube's channel for showing music videos now has its own app. Sure, you can use it to watch "Applause" more times than you are comfortable admitting, but Vevo also recommends new artists based on the videos you've watched and rated highly.


SoundCloud is definitely the eclectic offering of this bunch. It's frequently used by aspiring artists and DJs, so it's an interesting place for unusual remixes or other tracks that, for better or for worse, will probably never make it onto Top 40 radio.


What helps Songza stand apart from the crowd is that you can tell it what kind of music you want to hear when. Tell it when you're at work and it can auto-select play pump-up music, and when you get home, it will transition to calmer, soothing songs.

At BuyiJet, we love music. That's why we started selling accessories to make listening to music on your iPod, iPad or iPhone easier and more enjoyable. Whether you want to dock your device to your home stereo or take your music listening hands-free, we've got something for you.

0 Comments | Posted in Featured Apps By Timothy Stevenson

Best Road Trip Accessories

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 3:15:39 PM America/Los_Angeles

Open roadIf you live in the city, road trips offer an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle and breathe some fresh air.  If you live in the country, a road trip represents a chance to go somewhere exciting and experience something new.  No matter where you are from or what you are trying to get out of your road trip, there are a multitude of accessories out there to make your adventure more comfortable and exciting without having to break the bank.   

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0 Comments | Posted in iPod iPhone Products By Max Thomas

The Future of Driving

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 10:28:15 AM America/Los_Angeles


iPad ControlsA group of Russian tech enthusiasts have made their own foray into advancing the future of driving by rigging a Opel Vectra to be steered remotely by an iPad.

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Comments | Posted in Apple News iPad By Max Thomas

Dominate Your Next Presentation with the iNAV

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 9:28:17 AM America/Los_Angeles


Wireless Presentation

You've been staying at the office until after dark, working overtime on weekends in order to be ready for the big presentation.  You've rehearsed over and over, edited a few speaking points, and removed a slide.  But it still feels like there is something missing....In order to be fully prepared, what more could you possibly need?

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0 Comments | Posted in Products By Max Thomas

Winter XGames in Tignes, France

Wednesday, March 6, 2013 1:29:39 PM America/Los_Angeles


XGames FranceSpring is just around the corner and this season's snow will be gone in a matter of weeks.  Before we put our boots and boards away for the warmer months, we have to get ready for the fourth annual European Winter X Games in Tignes, France!  The best skiers and snowboarders have been training all season, routinely practicing their favorite tricks and working on their fundamental skills.

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Comments | Posted in Products By Max Thomas

Top 5 Motorcycle Accessories

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 1:43:12 PM America/Los_Angeles


motorcycleEveryone has gloves, a helmet, and riding jacket, but what products are out there that can take your ride to the next level? 

Motorcycles do not bring all the luxury and amenities that most automobiles have, such as armrests or cup holders.  Long rides can be physically demanding, and a cold refreshing drink is the first thing most people want after a long journey.

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Comments | Posted in Products By Max Thomas

Apple's Newest Device

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 10:54:37 AM America/Los_Angeles

iWatch Artist RenditionApple has a long and storied history of innovation and invention.  The Apple, the Macintosh, the iMac, the iPod, the iPhone, Apple TV, and the iPad are a few of their revolutionary products that have been introduced over the past few decades.  What could possibly be next?

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Comments | Posted in Apple News Rumors By Max Thomas

Happy Ears, No Fuss

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 1:59:52 PM America/Los_Angeles

Snowboarder with iPod remoteNext time you are preparing for a trip up the mountain to snowboard or ski, do your self a huge favor and make sure to bring iJet's new iNAV Boss V2 Wireless Remote.  It will attach to your steering wheel so you can change tracks without taking your eyes off the winding mountain road, and then clip on to a lanyard so you can take it with you on the slopes.

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Comments | Posted in iPod Music Products By Max Thomas

iExtend V2 SLIMiPhone cases can be a blessing in disguise. While they offer protection and personalization to your iPhone, they can become cumbersome, especially when you must remove the case in order to access the device’s plug-ins. However, with the iExtend V2 Dock Extender, BuyiJet offers an easily affordable solution to the problem, allowing quick access to all of the iPhone’s ports without having to remove the case! It works perfectly with Otterbox and Lifeproof cases.

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0 Comments | Posted in iPod iPhone Products By Chris Smith

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