Archive for iPhone cases
“Elasty”, designed by Yoori Koo is actually an iPhone Case made from silicon with slits feature on its back which not only provides wire management for your earphones but also stuff which you can tuck it into. Not sure if he really does that but this design got a place as a silver winner of the 2011 Belkin Design competition. So now how much do you readers think this product should be worth should it be out on the market, considering that not only it’s a case which protects your precious iPhone, but also features which lets you neatly store away your earphones and even your EZlink card, etc.
Designer: Yoori Koo
This case not only adds a layer of protection for the screen, but it also allows the user to still use his or her iPhone while the shield is down because of the crystal’s highly electrically transmissive properties. Used a silicone lining along the inside of the case, which is injected with pockets of argon gas, which would better store the heat generated by the phone‘s battery during use, and in turn would prolong the life of the battery in cold environments. The case is unique in that it not only incorporates the rugged materials used for its outer body (such as AL-203 Aluminum, Glass-Reinforced Nylon Fibre for corners, and silicone inner shell), but it also has a dense, yet not overwhelming, synthetic sapphire crystal impact shield.
Designer: Connor Benton