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iPhone Case Allows Users to Control Games from Rear of the Phone

Written on October 14, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Canopy's iPhone case "Sensus", features built-in touch-sensitive sensors used for gaming

Canopy, an accessory making company, has unveiled an iPhone case that can be used for an enhanced gaming experience for iOS users. The iPhone case is called “Sensus”. It boasts of a built-in touch capacitive sensors found at the back and right edge of the case.

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Special iPhone Case Improves Battery Life and Photo Quality [Video]

Written on September 14, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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iPhone case, the iExpander, also expands the phone memory with its built-in microSD card slot

Charlie Corry, a designer from Chicago has developed a special iPhone case that promises to improve the battery life, photo quality and expand the memory of your Apple smartphone.

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Nissan Announces ‘Self-Healing’ iPhone Case

Written on January 18, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Nissan announces Scratch Shield, a first of its kind 'self-healing' iPhone case.

Nissan announces the Scratch Shield, a ‘self-healing’ iPhone case that promises to keep your valuable iOS smartphones blemish free.

Nissan Scratch Shield is a first of its kind iPhone case that uses the same innovation used on its self-healing automotive paint. It features a polyrotaxene based finish which has a chemical structure that reacts to change by restoring itself to its original form.

Nissan has already licensed the material to Japanese mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo and is planning to launch it commercially later this year.

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