We all know that there’s no sensor on the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to let you read the temperature of objects around you, but wouldn’t it be cool if it had one? Introducing the iCelsius Pro. This handy little attachment for iOS devices lets you measure how hot or cold something is with a downloadable iCelsius app from the Apple App Store. All you have to do is plug the accessory to your iOS device, run the app and start sticking the thermometer into objects to get a measurement.
The iCelsius app can even be used to create graphs, set up alerts, store and share graphs with other people. And despite its name, it does offer readings in Fahrenheit as well as Celsius. It has a range of -22 degrees F to 302 degrees F (-30 degrees C to 150 degrees C) and can be used for multiple purposes – in the classroom for science, or for measuring the temperature of a baby bath and brewing your tea.
iCelsius Pro is up for pre-order now at the USBfever website for $54.99.
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