Native Union Marble iPhone Dock

Oct 3, 2016

Category: Tech

Native Union doesn’t mess around when it comes to iPhone docks. Doubt us? Just look at this new Marble iPhone dock they’ve released.

Made from genuine marble (yes, the real stuff not some plastic made to look like it), this thing is designed to look attractive on your desk or nightstand whether or not you have a phone resting on it. Thanks to its hefty weight and sturdy backing, it’ll hold your phone up with ease even while you poke at it while checking your apps. Due to the dock’s minimalist design, you can put a regular or plus-sized iPhone on the dock with or without a case and it’ll charge easily via the included MFi certified braided lightning cable. Add this to your desk setup for $130. [Purchase]

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