Twelve South makes the BookBook case available as a little black book case
Twelve South has today unveiled a new classic black version of its hugely popular BookBook case for iPhone and iPhone 4S. The BookBook case was first made available back in 2011 and was a superb case that was also a fully functioning wallet. If you were looking for a converged case and wallet then you couldn’t do much better than this.
BookBook for iPhone is a wallet and iPhone case rolled into one pocket-sized, vintage book. Open this beautifully designed leather book and you will see a wallet on the left and a slot for your iPhone 4/4S on the right. Trade your wallet for this handsome little book and you’ll have one less thing in your pocket or purse when you walk out the door. And, as long as you remember your phone, you’ll never forget your wallet again.
One look and you’ll be hooked on this beautifully designed mini book. Available in your choice of Classic Black and Vintage Brown, each BookBook is hand distressed using high quality leather. BookBook is a conversation piece and a totally unique case that disguises your phone and wallet, while protecting both. It’s a wallet that looks like no other and a case that keeps your iPhone from looking like everyone else’s.
One of the biggest criticisms aimed at the BookBook case was the lack of camera hole in the back of the case; Twelve South has taken these comments into account. Unfortunately, instead of giving us a cutout for the camera we find a tab that you need to pull to raise the iPhone 4 or 4S a quarter inch out of the case. This is still a clumsy way of taking pictures and one that will irritate a lot of buyers. The BookBook case is available for the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S in Classic Black or the previously available vintage brown color too. If you fancy picking one of these up, Twelve South has them available for immediate shipping for $59.99.
Could you see yourself using a case like this? I personally like the look of it and think it looks extremely well made too but I am not sure how practical it would be in daily use. The strange pull tab to raise the iPhone out of the case to take a picture would drive me mad; what about you?
Source: Twelve South