Apple iPhone & iPad Tree Speaker Docking Station by RockAppleWood

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

There’s certainly no shortage of accessories for your Apple mobile devices, and now thanks to the team at RockAppleWood there are even more sustainable speaker docks to choose from.

RockAppleWood officially presents their docking station for the Apple iPhone and iPad. The speaker docking system is hand carved from a White Oak tree located on their family property in California. The speaker dock is powered by 2 five foot USB cords, one of which will charge your iPhone or iPod while the other powers the speaker on the dock. Power can be sourced from any computer or laptop, or even directly from a wall outlet. You can get yours from Etsy.

Apple iPhone iPad Tree Speaker Docking Station by RockAppleWood (3)

Apple iPhone iPad Tree Speaker Docking Station by RockAppleWood (2)

Apple iPhone iPad Tree Speaker Docking Station by RockAppleWood (1)

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