There have been many iPhone 4 cases. Many of them are different in their appearance but all serve the same purpose i.e. protecting the iPhone. All of the cases are only different in design but none of them stand out in unique features. Hence one designer thought of this and created an absolutely stunning and unique iPhone 4 case, which not only serves the general purpose but is also good for other practical reasons.
James Armstrong, a professional designer, artist and photographer catering for his needs designed a case for the iPhone 4 which he named The Diff that is not only unique but also very handy. He thinks that his design will not only benefit him but also other users according to their needs.
The features of this case are summarized as under:
Sun Shade hood:
James Armstrong decided to give his design a Sun Shade hood so that everything can be seen on the iPhone screen even in the brightest sunlight. This hood also serves the purpose of getting the owner privacy over his usage of the iPhone. Activities such as texting, reading or watching photos/videos on the internet can now become much more private. This cover is also good for protecting the screen for people who cannot handle it perfectly and drop it every now and then. The outer sides are also thick enough to absorb shocks caused by dropping. The hard screen protector also serves as a kickstand.
The tripod mount is also a good feature of this case especially for on-spot photographers. Using the two tripod mount holes one can easily attach his/her iPhone on almost any standard tripod stand horizontally as well as vertically. There is also a carabiner hole so that one can easily attach the iPhone to a belt, backpack or purse.
Diff case also has an ergonomic grip so that users can easily hold the iPhone in one hand. The ergonomic grip is very useful for holding the phone in different ways. It is placed at the corner and it is also very great to give the thumb a little rest after restless text messaging.
The iPhone Diff case is looking very interesting. The designer James Armstrong is trying to raise about $25,000 to start his project via Kickstarter.
The price of this case will be $30 for the ones who pre-order it and will retail in local markets for about $39. It will be available in Black, Red and Pink colours.