File this under cute iPhone cases you probably wouldn’t want to be seen in public with. Except taking a quite swing at the case every now and then. Not that there’s anything bad about the case, it’s got a nice pair of bunny ears and a fluffy, furry tail. Nothing bad at all. Just a case of cute overdose. Buy it here [Korean].
In a bid to have both maximum floor space and an island, Tim Thaler went down the motorized route to create an island hidden in the floor. The motorized island is controlled by an iPhone app, coming up and sinking back into the ground at the touch of a button.
iPhone cases come in a variety of designs, ranging from the intriguing and ineresting to the totally absurd and crazy. The kind of variety you’d want to suit for your mood, taste and the plain requirement for the iPhone case you’d be looking for. Here’s a collection of 10 iPhone cases we’ve seen and blogged about.
Playing racing games on the iPhone gets a wee-bit more enjoyable if you can dock the device into something like a steering wheel, making motions much natural and easier. Of course, that isn’t quite the best choice unless you’re way into racing games on the iPhone. This iPhone steering wheel also includes a set of speakers to make gaming more fun. The speakers attach to the phone via its headphone jack, while the phone itself can rest easy in the steering wheel while you have fun playing games. Costs $22.
This series of limited edition iPhone cases from Grove and MapleXO has its USP in being made out of old skateboard decks. The year long collaboration involved cutting down 300 skateboards into layered strips, which were then put together with glue in hand-selected color combinations, creating unique iPhone cases. The limited edition series had a run of just 50 units, most of which have already been sold.
All the WALdok ever wants to do, is to stay with the iPhone. The simple attachment functions as a dock for the iPhone, charging the device while taking up minimal space, and if you decide to play music, the WALdok will put its own battery to use playing music from your device. Additionally, its bass chamber simulates a sub-woofer, so you get better sound quality. WALdok can get along with any iDevice that uses a 30-pin connector. Also, it’s so tiny and hassle-free, it’s almost cute. If you like it, you can take a look at the WALdok at Kickstarter.
These people must have a lot of fake iPhones on their hands, to be playing cards with the phones. With cards like that, I guess cheating would be super easy. That’s exactly what you’re supposed to be with your stack of Shanzhai (counterfeit/ fake) iPhones.
Bioserie iPhone 4 cases tout their environment friendliness in being made from plant-based materials. They’re eco-friendly, they claim to be super light and well, they kind of look good. The cases are priced at $35.
For people with twitchy fingers like me, these Bubble Wrap cases are going to be quite a problem. What is the point of a bubble wrap if you cannot have the sweet sweet pleasure of bursting those little things. Obviously, that can’t be done with these tear-resistant, jelly-filled iCoat cases, so getting one is going to be a twitchy experience.
Arkcanary speaker looks like stuffing a bugle up the iPhone, but the acoustic amplifier/speaker promises to trump up the gadget’s sound using the same principle as old school gramaphones, without sucking up the phone’s battery. Costs $13.