Hard shell cases based on the speculated design of the iPhone 5 are now for sale

Hard shell cases based on the speculated design of the iPhone 5 are now for sale
Without any viable confirmation regarding the design of the upcoming iPhone 5, it’s rather strange to find one case manufacturer jumping the gun by forging ahead in selling their hard shell case based on the speculated design of the highly anticipated smartphone.

Available for purchase right now courtesy of True Supplier, you can pick up a hard shell case for the iPhone5 in a variety of colors for the easy to shell out price of $6.99. Looking at them, you can tell that they follow the leaked design because of its accommodation for the handset’s tapered back design. Indeed regarded as a bold move, especially when we’re not greeted with definitive evidence of the smartphone’s design from a reputable source, its availability suggests that those Chinese case manufacturers are undoubtedly confident about the leaked design.

Still, it makes you wonder if they managed to get everything right. Naturally, it’ll be a waste of time (and money), if the actual design of the handset is slightly different from the rumored ones we’ve been hearing and seeing about of late. Nevertheless, they're taking a gamble on this one, but if it pans out that they're dead-on with its design, they'll obviously be one step ahead of the competition. We're sure they're crossing their fingers at this point…

source: True Supplier via MacRumors

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