According to media reports, domestic manufacturer iPhone5mod launched an EX Hybrid iPhone5 is a creative device, mobile phone shell, and the keyboard or the game controller. EX Hybrid has two colors for you to choose from, black and white, in the iPhone5mod website, this unique iPhone 5 cases sold for $49.9 ( about 312 yuan ).
The EX Hybrid consists of 2 blocks for aluminum plate thickness of 2 mm, can use the magnetic adsorption on iPhone 5. One piece of aluminum shell is used as a game controller, another block can be used as a full keyboard. At the same time, the device built-in rechargeable battery can provide up to 40 hours and 160 hours of standby time. For the game player, blog lovers and office users, this creative mobile phone shell will enable them to get the new iPhone 5 experience.
Not too long ago we covered news about Flipside, a unique iPhone case that also doubled as a gaming controller. Now it seems another similar effort has hit Kickstarter, this time under the name “WynCase”. Besides, this company also launched a version of iPhone 4, so if you want to buy these unique iphone 4 cases, you can go to icase-zone.com.
While also a unique design, the WynCase is quite a bit different from the Flipside case, and not just because of the looks. The WynCase doesn’t use Bluetooth for connectivity, instead covering a small portion of the screen of older iPhones in order to transmit touch signals whenever you press certain buttons.
Although Apple has not disclosed Cook's agenda for the trip, it's not farfetched to speculate that he's working on strengthening the company's relatively small presence in the country. This, despite the fact that China accounted for $5.7 billion in sales last quarter, a majority of the overall $7.5 billion it generated in the Asia-Pacific region that same time. (China is Apple's biggest market, second only to the U.S.)
When we ran a post earlier this week arguing the case for a new, cheaper iPhone, some readers balked. After all, Apple has always priced its products at a premium. Then The Wall Street Journal all-but-confirmed that the company was working on one: an iPhone with a different shell of polycarbonate plastic. To nab more Chinese dollars, such a device may be key, as the average Chinese makes significantly less -- $8,000 a year in Beijing, by some estimates -- when compared with the average American. Sure, a cheaper iPhone abroad could be perceived by the U.S. as downplaying a premium brand, but to many Chinese, it would still be a hefty chunk of their disposable income.