Tech buffs very keen on draping their devices with the latest cover can take a peek at the new IdoStand iPhone case. This accessory for the iPhone 4 and 4S safeguards the devices from scratches and bumps, apart from serving as a stand as well.
The case is integrated with 2 arms that can be used to place the iPhone in the portrait or the landscape mode. While the latter may be ideal for watching movies or gaming, the alternative orientation should work for eReading or web browsing.
Likewise, potential users need to select the most optimal angle for making video calls via FaceTime. Those wondering if the built-in arms will render the case quite bulky should be satisfied to know that the sheath’s form factor is just about the size of those we’ve been seeing lately.
People not looking at the stand part of the cover can stay happy with it as a guard for the iPhone that protects the handset from those unwitting slips and bumps. The mind behind this peripheral is Allan Ospina who believes that the accessory should complement the elegance of the device, besides serving the purpose for which it has been tailored.
However, the case has not hit availability status as yet and it is presently in the conceptual stage, as mentioned on Yanko Design. It will be up on Kickstarter by May 22 with the idea of gathering funds to back up the project. Once the goal is achieved with enough people pledging their support, the iPhone case IdoStand price and release date should be disclosed.