Apogee Digital has long been one of the leaders in digital audio equipment, and they were also at the forefront of digital audio recording to mobile devices with their JAM guitar interface and MiC condenser microphone.
They have now released new versions of both, but right now I'm talking about the MiC 96k. On the outside, it looks just like the original version--a small, but surprisingly substantial condenser microphone with a data port on the bottom and a tripod screw mount on the back. But on the inside, the digital circuitry has been revamped to now support recording 96k at 24 bit. This means that you can easily integrate recordings from the Apogee MiC into nearly any professional session with no loss of quality.
This is a good thing because the audio you can get out of the MiC is shockingly good. It sounds fantastic on vocals, but sounds great on guitars and other stringed instruments as well. It's also a favorite of podcasters looking to put together a mobile podcasting rig without requiring a laptop or other bulky equipment.
The Apogee MiC 96k includes a Lightning cable, a 30-pin cable, a USB cable, and a small desktop tripod. It is class compliant and requires no drivers or software for use on the Mac.