Belkin talks new iPhone cases at CES 2012

We're here at CES 2012 talking to Belkin about iPhone cases. This time around they've aimed to differentiate cases for white and black iPhone users. Their new lines expected in April are focused specifically on the color differences. Certain cases will compliment the black variant while others will look better on white models.

Outside of expanding selection from a color and form factor aspect, they've been experimenting with new types of plastic that allow them to make cases even thinner and lighter. Not only are their new lines thinner and lighter but certain plastics can be used to create very realistic textures such as wood. While actual wood cases are on the market currently, plastic tends to allow your device to breathe better and not overheat, especially while charging.

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Allyson Kazmucha

Senior editor for iMore. I can take apart an iPhone in less than 6 minutes. I also like coffee and Harry Potter more than anyone really should.

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Belkin talks new iPhone cases at CES 2012


Hey guys
just a friendly advice, you should use a microphone to avoid the noisy surrounding in all these interesting interviews