iOttie releases new iTap 2 magnetic iPhone car mounts for vent, dash/windshield, and CD slot

iOttie is out today with three new magnetic iPhone car mounts. The new iTap 2 lineup offers users the ability to place their iPhone wherever it’s most convenient, vent, dashboard/windshield, or CD slot.

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Announced in a press release, iOttie’s new iTap 2 magnetic iPhone mounts join the company’s popular OneTouch mounts and all come with a $25 price tag. They feature two magnets to securely hold your iPhone in place (even the XS Max), whether you’re using a case or not.

The dashboard and windshield mount features a reusable suction cup base that can be mounted on smooth or textured surfaces. It has a ball joint for dialing in the right angle.

The air vent mount uses a twist lock mechanism to ensure a secure fit and works with virtually all air vents.

The CD slot mount offers a handy way to view your iPhone if the CD player offers the best place to mount your device.

Each product in the iTap Magnetic 2 Series comes with a Metal Plate Kit that fits a variety of phones as well as a protective film designed to protect the phone’s finish. Each mount comes with two strong magnets to hold smartphones and cases securely. Simply attach one of the included rare-earth magnetic plates to your smartphone or phone case and place your phone near the iTap Magnetic 2 Mount, allowing the magnets to secure your phone in place.

The new iTap 2 magnetic iPhone mounts are available now from Amazon and iOttie’s website.

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