A wallet fit for James Bond
The iWallet isn’t an Apple product, but it has a fingerprint sensor that unlocks your most precious possession. You might not have seen the iWallet around these parts, but a rep told us the wallet is super popular in Russia, where high-tech gadgets command a pretty penny. The Bluetooth-enabled wallet line starts at $269 for the slim aluminum version, while the larger carbon classic will run you $399. You can find iWallets online or on store shelves at Neiman Marcus. The company is working on wallet-tracking features—like Find My iPhone for your cash—and a biometric locking passport holder, which we think might be a bigger success.