New $25 Attachment Turns Any iPhone Into A Universal Remote Control

New $25 Attachment Turns Any iPhone Into A Universal Remote Control
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Don’t you wish there was an app for finding the television remote? Well, now there’s something even better: a device that turns your iPhone into a universal remote control.

The ST-URB1 plugs into the headphone jack of Apple devices – including the iPhone, iPad and iPad mini – and utilizes Satechi’s RemoteBean app to turn the iPhone into a universal remote control.

The app provides easy instructions on how to sync your iPhone with  your TV.

The RemoteBean app is available in the iTunes store, but won’t work without the plug-in.

The universal remote device is on sale on Satechi’s website for $25.

Now you’ll be able to control the TV no matter where the remote is, as long as you have your iPhone handy.

James Gilbert | Elite.

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