Do you have iPhone or iPad? See the best Accessories for it

A $50-in addition to custom-fit, waterproof case for every one of your contraptions is pointless excess on the off chance that you require just intermittent security from the components when you're appreciating the shoreline, outdoors, relaxing alongside the pool or tub, or cooking in the kitchen. In these circumstances, a straightforward waterproof device pocket is sufficient. We've attempted many them throughout the years, and our most loved is Loksak's famously reasonable aLoksak—a two-pack of pockets that fit the iPhone 6 costs under $10.
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Made of a kind of polyethylene film, aLoksak packs are watertight and sealed shut, and keeping in mind that they're authoritatively "dispensable," their zip conclusion gives you a chance to open and reseal them again and again. (One Wirecutter proofreader has utilized an aLoksak day by day for quite a long time, with an iPhone 6 Plus at the rec center and keeping in mind that tuning in to music in the shower at home, it's still fit as a fiddle.) The sack will help you to remember a Ziploc, yet one that is durable and sufficiently watertight that you'll feel great entrusting it with your costly hardware.

An aLoksak is thick enough to oppose tearing while at the same time sitting by your keys in your rucksack yet sufficiently thin to let you effortlessly utilize your gadget's screen. While pockets this way (handfuls utilize a comparable plan) offer a harder form and a conclusion that is less inclined to pop open, they're bulkier and more hard to work with. The adaptable aLoksak packs, interestingly, are agreeable to hold and enable you to tuck the overabundance material behind when, say, you're utilizing an iPad-sized pocket with your Kindle. The aLoksak is the main pocket out of the handfuls we've attempted that has both of these attributes and remains reliably moderate. It's additionally accessible over a full scope of sizes: The organization offers in excess of twelve adaptations, from 3 by 6 inches (pleasant for an iPhone 6, 6s, or 7) as far as possible up to 12 by 50 (!), so you can discover models for the majority of the present prominent telephones, tablets, and tablets—even those still in their own "ordinary" cases.

Obviously, aLoksak pockets aren't survivalist dry packs. They utilize just a solitary seal instead of a twofold one, they do not have a move top conclusion, and sharp questions will cut them—they're not intended for standard or expanded submerged or outrageous utilize. What's more, since they're basically plastic pockets, they will tear sufficiently under pressure; an unbending case for outrageous conditions has its benefits. In any case, for the sort of "I trust I don't execute my telephone on this shoreline trip" circumstances the vast majority will probably end up in, an aLoksak is difficult to beat. — Dan Frakes

Video-out connectors

Apple Lightning Digital AV Adapter

Apple Lightning Digital AV Adapter

HDMI pick

For review your iOS gadget's screen on a TV or other show utilizing a HDMI association.

$50 from Apple

$50 from Macy's

Apple Lightning to VGA Adapter

Apple Lightning to VGA Adapter

VGA pick

On the off chance that your TV, show, or projector requires a VGA association.

$50 from Apple

AirPlay offers an awesome method to show your iOS gadget's screen on a TV, yet now and then a wired association is better. We haven't discovered any extraordinary outsider choices for physically interfacing your iPhone or iPad to an outer show or TV, owing to some extent to Apple's MFi limitations, yet Apple's own connectors function admirably. The organization's Lightning Digital AV Adapter and Lightning to VGA Adapter enable you to associate a HDMI or VGA connector, individually, to your iOS gadget while likewise giving you a chance to charge the gadget utilizing its own particular Lightning-to-USB link. Be that as it may, given the high costs of these connectors, you may rather utilize the Apple TV, which itself associates with any TV or show with a HDMI link and takes into account AirPlay remote gushing—and completes a ton more—for another $19.

Apple gives comparative connectors, the 30-stick Digital AV Adapter and 30-stick to VGA Adapter, for more established 30-stick dock-connector gadgets. — NG, DF

iPhone dock (that likewise works with iPads)

Twelve South HiRise 2 Deluxe for iPhone and iPad

Twelve South HiRise 2 Deluxe for iPhone and iPad

The best work area/end table dock

Alluring, stable charge-and-match up dock even works with an iPad.

$60 from Amazon

You can set your iPhone around your work area and connect it to charge and match up, however a dock—a support or a comparative adornment that holds your telephone upright while it's charging or synchronizing—is a pleasant update.

In the course of recent years, I've tried in excess of 25 docks for the iPhone 5, 6, and 7, and Twelve South's HiRise 2 Deluxe for iPhone and iPad (likewise accessible in a non-Deluxe form that boats without the required links for about $20 less) is effectively my top choice. This alluring and stable dock works with any Lightning-connector iPhone (exposed or in any iPhone case, including battery cases), keeps your telephone's earphone jack (expecting it has one) open, and—my most loved element—makes one-gave docking and evacuation of your telephone simple. It's the main dock I've seen that has these attributes, and it can even hold an iPad smaller than normal or iPad Air.

The HiRise 2 Deluxe is accessible in white, silver, or dark, and its weighted base is sufficiently extensive, at approximately 4 by 3½ inches, to keep even an iPad Air stable. A platform to hold your gadget sits before a taller column that backings the back of the telephone or tablet. When gathering the HiRise, you pick whichever of three platform embeds puts the included Lightning link's module the best position for your gadget: low for a telephone with no case, medium for a thin case, or high to venture into a thick case. You can likewise change the help column to coordinate the thickness of your gadget or its case.

The HiRise, as its name infers, raises your telephone—around 2 crawls off the base—and points it back somewhat, enabling you to see the telephone's screen effectively while it's docked, and even to utilize the iPhone for FaceTime calls. Nothing sits behind your telephone while it's roosted in the HiRise, so you can without much of a stretch fold your hand over the telephone and utilize your thumb to connect with its screen. What's more, in light of the fact that the HiRise doesn't utilize a conventional support planned particularly for one telephone show, you won't need to purchase another HiRise in the event that you move up to another telephone.

(A pleasant reward is that you can likewise utilize the HiRise to charge other Apple frill that utilization the Lightning connector, including the Magic Mouse 2, Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Keyboard, and Pencil. Each of these sits pleasantly on the HiRise while charging, with no modification important.)

At long last, on the off chance that you keep your iPhone in a battery case—a large portion of which have a Micro-USB port on the base for charging and synchronizing—the HiRise Deluxe incorporates a coordinating Micro-USB link. Swap that instead of the Lightning link, and you can dock your battery-case-prepared iPhone. The HiRise Deluxe is the most flexible and most astutely outlined dock you can discover.

Apple iPhone Lightning Dock

Apple iPhone Lightning Dock

For tuning in to wired earphones on an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus while docked

Not as tough or adaptable as the HiRise, but rather it incorporates a 3.5 mm jack so you can utilize earphones with the 7 while charging.

$50 from Apple

For better or for more regrettable, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus do not have a customary earphone jack, expecting you to utilize Lightning-connector or Bluetooth earphones or to depend on Apple's Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter with conventional (3.5 mm plug) earphones. In any case, imagine a scenario in which you need to utilize your most loved wired earphones and charge your telephone in the meantime. Apple's legitimate arrangement—and the best one accessible at the present time—comes as the iPhone Lightning Dock. Place your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus (or some other Lightning-connector iPhone) on the dock—it works with most thin cases—and you can plug your Lightning-connector charging link and your 3.5 mm earphones into the dock itself at the same time. We hope to see a decent number of comparative things from outsider sellers throughout the following couple of months, however right now this is your best choice.— DF

Compact iPad stand

On the off chance that you need to watch video on your iPad without grasping it, to type on an outer console, or to utilize the tablet while cooking in the kitchen, you require a stand. Your most loved iPad case may serve as a stand, however in the event that not, you have scores of alternatives for devoted stands. Try to locate a strong model that opposes tipping over or shaking too gravely when you tap the iPad's screen yet in addition makes embeddings and expelling the tablet simple. In a perfect world, it will look pleasant, as well. What's more, for a versatile stand, it likewise should be light and packable. I've tried many tablet stands, and a couple of them inspire.

Kanex Foldable iDevice Stand

Kanex Foldable iDevice Stand

Best spending versatile stand

Reasonable, featherweight stand is shockingly durable.

$13 from Amazon

(pack of two)

For versatile utilize, it's hard to beat Kanex's Foldable iDevice Stand. Despite the fact that this stand weighs not as much as an ounce and overlays level, it offers three edges and a shockingly solid outline. And no more extraordinary lean (63 degrees from level), on the off chance that you tap close to the highest point of a full-estimate iPad's screen (in picture introduction), you get some wobble, however considering the stand's size contrasted and an iPad's stature, that is stunningly steady. The Foldable iDevice Stand obliges everything except the thickest iPad cases, and it likewise works extraordinary with an iPhone for sans hands video viewing or FaceTime calls—or with a Kindle or other tablet.
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Twelve South Compass 2 Mobile Stand

Twelve South Compass 2 Mobile Stand

Heavier yet more steady stand

Heavier, bigger travel stand offers greater dependability.

$40* from Amazon

*At the season of distributing, the cost was $37.

If its all the same to you having around 7 ounces of extra weight in your sack, and retaining a higher value, Twelve South's Compass 2 Mobile Stand is a pleasant overhaul. Machined from substantial measure steel with elastic guards to ensure your tablet, the Compass 2 is the span of a couple of pens when you fall it for movement; when you grow this model, easel-style, it offers more steadiness than the Kanex stand, particularly with an iPad in picture introduction. The Compass 2 is likewise significantly more appealing and accessible in numerous hues (red, dark, or silver), and it offers a clever low-point position for on-screen composing and less demanding level on-the-work area seeing. — DF

Work area iPad stand

Heckler Design @Rest Universal Tablet Stand

Heckler Design @Rest Universal Tablet Stand

Best work area tablet stand

Cumbersome yet shake strong stand is shockingly flexible.

$35* from Heckler Design

*At the season of distributing, the cost was $30.

In the event that your sans hands iPad utilize will be for the most part in one area—say, on a work area or on the kitchen counter—you can forfeit versatility for strength. Hardly any stands are as solid, stable, and flexible as Heckler Design's @Rest Universal Tablet Stand. Made of pleasantly painted substantial steel, the @Rest offers 30-and 60-degree seeing points; you pick the edge and the profundity of the "support" essentially by sliding the included pegs into the right openings on the stand, so changing the edge or tweaking the remain for a thicker case is speedy and simple. Machined link spaces let you charge your iPad while it's in the @Rest, and you can even utilize the @Rest with numerous PCs. (I'm composing this on a Bluetooth console while my MacBook sits on the @Rest.) Dozens of stands have gone over my work area in the course of recent years, however none has inspired me enough to surrender the @Rest.

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Stump Stand

Stump Stand

Little yet durable work area stand

Simpler to cover up away, this stand has grippy material and a weighted base for strength.

$25 from Amazon

Obviously, a few people would lean toward something somewhat less prominent than the @Rest, and the Stump Stand is glad to oblige. Shaped from a solitary bit of silicone (in various hues) with a metal weight inside for soundness, the Stump Stand estimates only 4 crawls crosswise over however weighs about 9.5 ounces—sufficiently overwhelming to hold even an iPad Air in representation introduction with just a little wobble when you tap the screen. It suits most cases up to a large portion of an inch thick, and sections in the stand give three survey points: almost upright, around 30 degrees from vertical, and a low position for composing on the screen. (The front of the Stump Stand even has a helpful Home-catch pattern.) The sticky-silicone base of the stand shields it from moving, and it works with any tablet or telephone. You can without much of a stretch reserve this strong stand away when you aren't utilizing it, and it's even little enough to hurl into your movement pack after all other options have been exhausted. — DF

iPhone bicycle mount

Numerous cyclists track their rides utilizing specific applications that report ride separation, speed, and that's just the beginning. However, these applications are much more valuable in the event that you can really observe them while you're riding, which implies mounting your iPhone somewhere effectively obvious instead of keeping it in a bicycle shirt take or a sack or pack. What's more, in spite of the hazard, individuals do utilize their telephones for music (and different things) amid rides, and it's much more secure for a rider to utilize a telephone that is noticeable and effortlessly available than to bungle around with the gadget in a pocket or pack while speeding not far off.

Attach Quad Lock Bike Kit

Attach Quad Lock Bike Kit

Bicycle mount

An adaptable framework with a champion bicycle mount among other mounting choices.

$70 from Quad Lock

We haven't yet done our standard comprehensive research and testing in this classification, however I tried various bicycle mounts at my past activity (as a senior supervisor at Macworld) and did a considerable amount of individual research before purchasing a mount myself, and my most loved is Annex's Quad Lock Bike Kit ($70 to $85; $30 for the mount alone in the event that you as of now have a Quad Lock case). The organization offers forms for iPhone models back to the 5/5s/SE.

The pack begins with the great Quad Lock case, which we lifted as a sprinter up for the best iPhone case. It has a clever mounting interface on its back. The mount is bended to fit any stem or handlebar from 25 mm to 44 mm, and you join it utilizing included zip ties or O-rings. (The zip ties are more steady, and prescribed on the off chance that you intend to keep the mount on one bicycle. The O-rings still offer security however let you expel the mount effortlessly to share it between various bicycles.)

Place the case on the mount, drive it down, and contort it around 45 degrees, and a spring-stacked bolt anchors the case to the mount. It's anything but difficult to utilize, and your telephone won't go anyplace until the point when you pull a blue securing neckline with one hand and pivot the case with the other hand to discharge the case.

The Bike Kit incorporates the Quad Lock Poncho (likewise accessible independently), a water-safe, slip-on cover that keeps your iPhone perfect and dry while you're biking in the rain yet at the same time enables you to see and utilize the telephone's screen and catches.

The other incredible thing about the Quad Lock framework is that once you have the case, you can utilize it with a large number of different adornments, including an auto mount, a belt cut, a tripod connector, a cement mount, and our sprinter up for the best armband. The organization is likewise chipping away at another Out-Front Bike Mount that will hold your telephone more distant forward and will connect to handlebars utilizing a clip that is settled with a screw. We'll be trying it once it's accessible. — DF

Amusement controller

iOS has turned into a genuine gaming stage, however some diversion types, for example, platformers and first-individual shooters—don't loan themselves to a touchscreen's relative incorrectness and absence of material input. In case you're an enthusiast of those classifications, an amusement controller that looks much like the sort of controller you'd use for a Xbox or PlayStation is an engaging choice. Playing iOS diversions utilizing an Apple-affirmed MFi (for "Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod") controller can make titles with disappointing controls fun, or lift amusements you're as of now getting a charge out of to reassure like statures, especially when you attach your iOS gadget to a TV through a HDMI connector. MFi controllers likewise work with the current (2015, fourth era) Apple TV, transforming the Apple TV into a honest to goodness gaming choice.

Sadly, utilizing a MFi controller has a few downsides. In the first place, such gadgets have a tendency to be significantly more costly than you'd expect—even contrasted and likewise composed (and now and again higher quality) reassure controllers—likely to some degree on account of the hardware and process required to pick up that MFi affirmation. Second, despite the fact that Apple included help for iOS diversion controllers years prior, engineer bolster stays spotty: Adding controller similarity is ordinarily an idea in retrospect for most iOS amusement designers, and regardless of whether an engineer gives a diversion such similarity, the designer once in a while tests the element past simply ensuring the diversion works with whatever MFi controllers happen to be close by. At last, the App Store doesn't give any approach to inquiry to or peruse diversions that have controller bolster; rather, you have to precisely read each application's depiction in the store or visit outsider sites for arrangements of good amusements. (AfterPad keeps up a rundown of controller-perfect amusements.)

Steel Series Nimbus Wireless Gaming Controller

Steel Series Nimbus Wireless Gaming Controller

Best by and large amusement controller

Awesome catches, an agreeable outline, and a battery-powered battery.

$55* from Walmart

$50 from Apple

*At the season of distributing, the cost was $50.

In the event that, subsequent to perusing those provisos, regardless you need a diversion controller, the Steel Series Nimbus Wireless Gaming Controller is the best one out there—except if you play recreations just on an iPhone. (Assuming this is the case, see the following pick.) We say this in the wake of testing no less than twelve models in the course of recent years. The Nimbus feels strong, is agreeable over long gaming sessions, and has the best arrangement of catches of any controller, offering awesome simple sticks and ABXY, trigger, and shoulder catches, alongside great d-cushions. Dissimilar to most controllers, which utilize AA or AAA batteries, the Nimbus has a worked in battery-powered battery that charges by means of Lightning connector, so you can utilize a similar link and charger you as of now have for your iPhone or iPad. Steel Series rates the battery life at 40 long stretches of utilization on a charge; while we haven't done formal battery testing, we consistently go two or three months without charging the Nimbus.

The main genuine drawback to the Nimbus is that on the off chance that you play a considerable measure of recreations on your iPhone, the Nimbus doesn't have a support to hold the telephone. On the off chance that you require that, see the following pick.

Distraught Catz C.T.R.L.i Mobile Gamepad

Distraught Catz C.T.R.L.i Mobile Gamepad

Best substantial amusement controller for iPhone

Agreeable outline, an iPhone holder, and MFi confirmation.

Purchase from Amazon

*At the season of distributing, the cost was $51.

Frantic Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i Mobile Gamepad

Frantic Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i Mobile Gamepad

Best smaller amusement controller for iPhone

A littler adaptation of the standard C.T.R.L.i for less demanding compact utilize.

Purchase from Amazon

*At the season of distributing, the cost was $51.

In the event that you play diversions just on the iPhone, and you need something that holds your iPhone while you play, your best wagers are the Mad Catz C.T.R.L.i Mobile Gamepad and the Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i Mobile Gamepad. Every utilization two AAA batteries to give upwards of 40 long periods of recess, interfaces with your gadget utilizing Bluetooth, and highlights a lightweight, plastic, screw-on support to hold your iPhone or iPod contact while playing. (You can expel the support when utilizing the controller with an iPad.) The organization additionally offers an iOS application that shows the controller battery level and gives you a chance to oversee firmware refreshes. The main distinction between the standard C.T.R.L.i and the Micro C.T.R.L.i is that the last is somewhat littler: If you have bigger hands and incline toward bigger controllers, get the C.T.R.L.i. On the off chance that you have littler hands, or on the off chance that you need something somewhat littler for less demanding pressing, go for the Micro C.T.R.L.i.

Apple's MFi procedure ensures that every single confirmed controller have a similar amusement similarity, similar capacities, and generally a similar control format, so you won't discover numerous practical contrasts between these models and some other MFi controller. (Actually, controllers can have one of two conceivable catch designs, Standard or Extended, however latest controllers utilize the last mentioned.) If you're not wild about paying $50 to $60, MFi controller bargains appear to fly up consistently on the web. With some persistence, or the readiness to get a restored unit, you can get a MFi controller for around $40. — Eli Hodapp, TouchArcade.com; Dan Frakes

Camera connectors for iPad

In the beginning of the iPad, numerous individuals depended on remain solitary cameras without Wi-Fi for a large portion of their photography. While a considerable lot of those people have since changed to cell phones for a dominant part of their photograph shooting, a few people still need an approach to get pictures and video from a camera to an iPad over a physical association. Apple's own particular choices are the main genuine approach here: The organization hasn't allowed different sellers to make MFi-authorized options, and the uncertified outsider alternatives all get poor surveys. (The accompanying connectors work just with iPads, sadly.)

Apple Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader

Apple Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader

Our card peruser pick

Peruse and import photographs on a SD card from your iPad.

$30 from Apple

Lightning to USB Camera Adapter

Lightning to USB Camera Adapter

Our USB connector pick

Peruse and import photographs on your camera from your iPad.

$30 from Apple

Macintosh's Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader is a basic dongle that fittings into the Lightning-connector port of any ongoing iPad. The opposite end has an opening for standard-estimate SD cards. Embed a memory card, and a display of its substance shows up on the iPad's screen, giving you a chance to exchange any or the majority of the photos to the Photos application on your tablet.

The Lightning to USB Camera Adapter works comparatively, yet rather than a SD card space, it gives a standard USB port, enabling you to associate your camera to your iPad utilizing the camera's own USB link and afterward import photographs and recordings from the camera to the iPad. Be that as it may, this connector has some extra, if unsupported, usefulness: It likewise gives you a chance to associate a few different sorts of USB embellishments, including wired consoles (both the kind for composing and the kind for music), amplifiers, streak drives, or even an iPhone—however just gadgets with low power draws will work. Once more, this is an unsupported component, so your mileage may fluctuate, yet it works well with numerous things. - NG, DF

iOS thumb drives

For better or for more awful, iPhones and iPads need both a standard USB port and expandable stockpiling. On the off chance that you should have the capacity to get to more video, music, or different documents than your gadget can hold, or in the event that you'd like a fast and simple approach to influence a neighborhood (to peruse: not iCloud) reinforcement of photographs and other substance, your best choice is an iOS-good blaze drive. These embellishments have a standard USB Type-A connector on one side and a Lightning-connector plug on the other, giving you a chance to connect them to both your PC and your iOS gadget. They likewise accompany iOS applications for exchanging and support up information. In the wake of testing eight such drives, we've discovered that the best model for the vast majority is Transcend's JetDrive Go 300, which is accessible in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB limits.

Rise above JetDrive Go 300

Rise above JetDrive Go 300

A quick drive with a decent application

This iOS-good thumb drive is among the speediest we tried, and it has a fairly instinctive application for moving information to and from your iPhone or iPad.

$40* from Amazon

*At the season of distributing, the cost was $53.

While inquiring about drives, we decided out models that don't bolster USB 3.0 exchange speeds—the distinction in cost is negligible (some USB 2.0 models were in reality more costly than some USB 3.0 models), and USB 3.0 makes exchanging a pack of photographs or recordings to or from your PC considerably quicker than USB 2.0. We likewise expelled drives that won't let you associate with an iPhone or iPad for a situation; in spite of the fact that not every person puts their telephone or tablet for a situation, we needed a drive that everybody can utilize. This procedure left us with six models to test further. We ran speed tests on both the Lightning and USB connectors, utilizing an iPhone 6s Plus (with a lot of free storage room) and a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, separately. On the Mac, we utilized Blackmagic Design's Disk Speed Test to quantify read and compose speeds. Crosswise over three trials, the JetDrive Go 300 had the most noteworthy normal compose speed, at 41 MB/s, alongside the second most elevated read speed, at 119.7 MB/s. (Emtec's iCobra was somewhat quicker, achieving 130.7 MB/s, when perusing information.)

Since iOS offers no real way to gauge read and compose speeds, we needed to depend on manual testing to survey execution when each drive was associated with our test iPhone. Each organization gives its own particular application to working with and moving information, so we utilized each drive's application to duplicate a 3.6GB video document to and from the drive various occasions, timing each exchange. The JetDrive Go 300 wasn't the speediest in either test (duplicating information to or from the drive), however its execution was around the normal of all drives for each; in no situation was it the slowest to lightning connector exchanges. We likewise discovered Transcend's application generally simple to explore—the drives with speedier Lightning-connector execution had more-confounding applications. (The more costly JetDrive Go 500 has indistinguishable highlights from our pick yet arrives in a sleeker bundle.)

Rise above's free JetDrive Go application is one of the easiest to use among those we tried. It exhibits every one of its highlights in a simple to-explore format, as opposed to utilizing the convoluted menu frameworks of a portion of the opposition. You can without much of a stretch see what's on the JetDrive Go 300 and what's on your telephone, play your media, and even consequently back up your gadget's camera roll.

Our first example of the JetDrive Go 300 bombed on the USB end. A second unit hasn't had comparable issues over broadened testing, and we haven't seen client objections about such an issue, so we're genuinely certain that our underlying drive's disappointment was an uncommon event.

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SanDisk iXpand

SanDisk iXpand

Quicker exchange speeds, however a less-dependable application

SanDisk's model is the speediest in keeping in touch with iOS gadgets and has a simple to-utilize application (however the application every so often slammed for us).

$30* from Amazon

*At the season of distributing, the cost was $44.

In the event that the JetDrive Go 300 leaves stock or bounces in value, we like SanDisk's iXpand as an option. Its application smashed a few times amid our video-exchange tests, which was disappointing, however it was an entire moment quicker than some other model at replicating information over USB 3 to the iPhone, and its application was the least demanding to utilize.

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