updated 03:35 pm EDT, Tue June 10, 2008
Speck iPhone 3G cases
Following immediately after Apple's announcement of the iPhone 3G, accessory maker Speck has revealed its first cases for the device, the ToughSkin and the SeeThru. The first is a rubberized case, sporting an elevated grip that additionally protects against drops and other impacts. The bottom of the case flips to expose the dock connector, and a belt clip is included for wearing the case as a holster. It is expected to ship July 28th for $35.
Speck has also released preliminary info on a 3G version of the SeeThru, a hard-shell case that conforms to the phone's contours. The sides of the case have rubber grips, and the dock connector lid slides off to double as a stand. It should available in July in a number of colors, for $30.