Spigen, maker of smartphone cases and screen protectors, seems fairly certain that Apple’s going to release a larger, 4.7-inch “iPhone 6” handset later this year.
In fact, the company already has two cases ready for the anticipated handset: Thin Fit and Thin Fit A ($15). According to iLounge, “The basic Thin Fit versions come in clear and opaque versions, including one non-slip black version, slightly pearlescent white, and light blue.”
There are spaces in the cases for the handset’s anticipated buttons and ports, and the Thin Fit A case also includes a circular cut-out for the Apple logo (“albeit with a clear protection to keep the logo from being scratched,” the publication adds). If Apple does release an iPhone with an illuminated Apple logo, Spigen’s Thin Fit A case will ensure users are able to show-off this element while also protecting their iOS device.
The Thin Fit A comes in flat black and gunmetal versions, iLounge adds. Check out the below image for the full selection of Spigen's "iPhone 6" cases.
Both cases should be available to purchase in late September, the same month Apple is expected to unveil its next-generation handset(s) at a dedicated special event.
We’ll keep you updated with further information on the upcoming iOS device as we receive it.
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