Kensington BungeeAir Power Wireless Security Tether for iPhone review

A wireless case and keyfob combination that sounds an alert if an iPhone 4 strays out of reach. But is it just another gimmick or a viable business accessory? Jennifer Scott aims to find out in this review.

It works well too, although the credit card-size stand that clips to the back of the case to act as a desktop prop seems a little pointless not least since it's just one more thing to remember to carry.

Watch the video below to see the Kensington BungeeAir Power Wireless Security Tether in action.


Kensington’s Bungee Air Power Wireless Security Tether is a simple way to add an extra layer of security to an iPhone 4, whether it’s for people seriously concerned about who might have their hands on their smartphone, or just for forgetful types. The extra bulk added by the case will cause problems for some accessories and anyone who prefers to see the sleek lines of the naked gadget, but the extra battery power it provides should make it tolerable.

Dimensions: 133.3 x 64.3 x 17.1mm Weight: 70g

Jennifer Scott

Jennifer Scott is a former freelance journalist and currently political reporter for Sky News. She has a varied writing history, having started her career at Dennis Publishing, working in various roles across its business technology titles, including ITPro. Jennifer has specialised in a number of areas over the years and has produced a wealth of content for ITPro, focusing largely on data storage, networking, cloud computing, and telecommunications.

Most recently Jennifer has turned her skills to the political sphere and broadcast journalism, where she has worked for the BBC as a political reporter, before moving to Sky News.