Posts Tagged ‘ iPhone 5 ’

Batmobile Tumbler IPhone 5 Protective Case


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This time around, DC Comics has decided to license the beloved Batmobile to Crazy Case for this Batmobile Tumbler iPhone 5 Protective Case. This highly detailed case is equipped with 6 LED lights, two of which will notify you of an incoming call (great for keeping your phone on silent), and it even comes with a built-in Bat signal. Just hit the button, and out comes a crystal clear projection of the Bat signal.

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Hand Carved Walnut iPhone 5 Case


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This walnut wood iPhone 5 camera case – M9 features an awesome surface texture on a pure walnut wood. This handmade wooden case carefully engraved to design like a real old school camera, keeps your iPhone 5 safe and easily accessible from all ports. Lightweight, durable and neat from edges.

Hiroshi Fujiwara iPhone 5 Cases


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The Hiroshi Fujiwara iPhone 5 Cases is  color and textural effects but its a collection of plenty of versatile hard shelled iPhone cases featuring high quality exposure and textural designs on long lasting smooth surface.

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Brikk Trim Titanium Case for iPhone 5.


Luxury design company Brikk will launch a series of limited edition luxury iPhone cases, profits from which will benefit those in need around the world.  The limited edition collection revolves around the theme of “Altruistic Precision” and is launched with the Trim series of luxury titanium cases for the iPhone 4.  The luxury cases are available in gold, platinum, ‘black DLC’ and ‘grey stealth’ finishes and cost from $3,000 to $4,500.  They are initially only be available at Roseark shops in Los Angeles but product roll-outs in New York, Tokyo, Paris and London will follow.  The company is offering to trade Trim cases purchased before the end of this year for Trim cases designed for the iPhone 5 should the external design for the soon-to-be released phone differ from current iPhone models.  Brikk claims that for every Trim case sold one metric ton of rice will be distributed to “those in need through select NGOs.” No further information was given by Brikk in the September 29 statement as to how this rice would be distributed.  Index Mundi which compiles country statistics using data from organizations such as the IMF estimates that currently one ton of rice costs $573.75 (€421.12).  The most expensive iPhone case, featuring 300 Swarovski crystals and estimated at $40,000, was recently displayed at the ‘Miracle Mile’ shopping mall in Las Vegas.

The Second-Life Mobile Phone.


So I got my fingers on an iPhone 4 on the Verizon network today, and I was pretty excited.  But soon afterwards, I began to wonder what AT&T would come out with next that would oppress any Verizon iPhone user. (like the iPhone 5GLTE-S.E.X.-40,000 L or whatever)  But what i did find was a very interesting concept phone called the ‘Second Life’.  The Second Life Mobile Phone concept works on the premise that we often forget about the battery life of our mobile phones, hence run out of juice, just at the wrong time. As a remedy (rather power-saver-option) the phone incorporates a double display. When in active use the AMOLED screen powers up in all glory and in standby mode the E-ink display gets active. This essentially means that the E-ink uses very little energy and the degree of transparency of the display shows how much battery is remaining. The more transparent the display, the less battery remaining.  So besides ultra-low power consumption, the transparent screen offers an intuitive expression: “You’re low on juice so better recharge the phone soon!” Apparently the E-ink uses power to change the degree of transparency and doesn’t add to the battery load.  I love the idea behind the concept and its transparent vibe, but I guess its more aimed at a niche set of people who keep forgetting to put their phone on charge.