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Spigen set to sell cases for Apple iPhone 6 4.7-inches on Amazon



Case manufacturers have always played an important role in leaking looming smartphones design and other details pre an official release from the phone producers. And this time too we have one of the leading case maker, Spigen SGP, who had previously manifested the cases for both Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One 2014 (M8), here again showing-off some of the company's cases exclusively made for the upcoming purported Apple iPhone 6's 4.7-inches version.



Yesterday, Spigen's Google+ account shared an interesting picture, tag-lining, "THERE'S SOMETHING IN THE AIR", also sharing a link to their new shipment awaiting ETA on Amazon. Fortunately, matching up our previous reports and the dummy units that surfaced, earlier for the American's impending smartphones, now we see the handset mocked-up in official Press renders, falling in line with the previous leaks, featuring the thin and slim profile of Apple's so-called next generation iPhone 6, which is yet to make it's official debut from the Cupertino based manufacturer, in fall.

As aforementioned, Spigen posts the cases up for sale on the online retail store Amazon. The new cases from the SGP is dubbed as Spigen Slim Thin Fit Case for Apple iPhone 6. The newly unveiled products will be available in matte shades of Mint, Satin Silver and Smooth Black (seen above) color options, made out of premium polycarbonate with urethane based coating, that will prevent any kind of discoloration, finally completed in soft touch coating for a non-slip surface. The cases will be made available in stocks from 30th of September by Spigen and Amazon, where interested customers can now order the cases for 6.99 United States Dollars + $3.00 shipping charges.

Thanks to Spigen for once again confirming the design of Apple's forthcoming device, as said in the past, the phone will have re-positioned sleep/wake button, placing it to the right side of the smartphone, unlike the current iPhones with power button on top edge. The change in placement of the specific button can come in handy when using the phone one-handed, as the new Apple iPhone 6's are speculated to arrive slightly bigger in size, one model being a 4.7-inched version and other one a 5.5-incher phablet. The SIM card tray slot placed below the power key. On the left, we see the firm's traditional mute switch sitting above the redesigned volume up and down keys, which now attributes the same shape of an Apple manufactured iPod 5's volume rockers, sighting the long and narrow tabs instead of the circular ones seen from the present iPhone 5S smartphone. Lastly, from the back, the new case here makes room for a primary camera lens, secondary microphone and a dual-tone LED flash light.

Source: Spigen (Google+), amazon

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