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USBfever reveals 3 new iPhone 3G cases

updated 08:30 am EDT, Thu June 26, 2008

USBfever iPhone cases

USBfever has announced three new cases designed exclusively for the iPhone 3G. Up first is the iPhone Silicone Case, a basic lightweight Rubberized Silicone case, offering 'stretch to fit' protection for the device. The case protects all four corners of the iPhone from bumps and scratches, while allowing full access to the iPhone's expansive display and all ports. It is designed with 'two-tone' colors and is priced at $13. USBfever's next offeringm made from high-grade textured leather, offers enhanced protection from dings and wear and tear. The iPhone 3G leather case is available in black, brown, white or orange leather, and again features an easy to use design that preserves access to the iPhone screen and ports. Complete with a belt clip for added portability, the case is priced at $20.

The final case is similar in design to the iPhone Silicone Case noted earlier; however, it gives users 'enhanced hand feel' and an even more 'anti-slip' texture. Dispensing with the dual color design, the silicone case instead ships in solid pink, blue, white and black; it is priced at $13.









Each of the cases are currently available in limited numbers for pre-order, with shipping beginning after the iPhone 3G launch on the 11th July.




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