CTIA: The iPhone case show
NEW ORLEANS–When Apple introduced the iPhone 4 in 2010, it sported a new radical design with a full sheet of glass on its backside. While striking, the design didn’t take kindly to drops on the sidewalk and the wrap-around antenna presented some unfortunate attenuation problems.
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Neither scenario was best for consumers, but it also created a boon for anyone eager to make an iPhone case. And at the … [Read more]
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