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XtremeMac launches iPhone cases, arm-band

updated 01:45 pm EDT, Tue July 17, 2007

XtremeMac iPhone cases

XtremeMac announced has released three new iPhone cases: the Onyx, SportWrap and TuffWrap. The Onyx is made of black leather with contrasting stitching and an integrated belt clip. The SportWrap for iPhone is a neoprene armband designed for using iPhone while working out. TuffWrap is a two-tone case made silicone Onyx will be available for a suggested retail price of $30. SportWrap for iPhone will be available for a suggested retail price of $30. And TuffWrap for iPhone will be available for a suggested retail price of $20. Each case is backed by XtremeMac's Limited Lifetime Warranty and will be available in August. They are also currently available for pre-order.




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  1. Hugmup

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    iPhone Pants for Free

    I made a special iPhone pocket in my pants.

    I put the iPhone in the left front pocket of my pants, then took of my pants with the iPhone still in the pocket. I made sure that the iPhone was at the bottom and along the straight side, which is nearest the inseam. I marked the pocket in two places; one near the bottom of the iPhone, and the other about one third of the way down from the top. Then I removed the iPhone and (without turning the picket inside out) stitched the pocket together in both places, using the same technique as sewing on buttons, but without the buttons. It doesn't require any sewing skill, it only takes a minute, and it won't pucker in the laundry. It doesn't even matter what color the thread is, because it never shows.

    Now I can slip my iPhone into my left front pants pocket, and it will stay vertical over the front of my thigh, where it is barely noticeable, but very accessible.

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