'iPhone Swimsuit': New Submersible Case Being Introduced for Mobile Device
Maker Concord Keystone claims consumers could use their smartphone 20 ft. underwater.
For those who like to take their Apple iPhone literally everywhere, a company called Concord Keystone is introducing a submersible case for the mobile device.
The Keystone ECO MarineCase, the company claims, will keep an iPhone 4 or 4S dry at depths of up to 20 feet underwater.
According to the company, the MarineCase is made of a clear silicon cover that supports iPhone use, meaning that it would be possible to watch videos, answer email, or text while participating in water activities including swimming, white water rafting or fishing.
In fact, it suggests that users, for instance, could shoot underwater video, and share it through You Tube or Facebook before surfacing.
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