Case-Mate Leaks Some iPhone 5 Love?

8 years ago in Articles, Hot News, iPhone by Brent | 1 Comment

Oops! Did Case-Mate just leak the iPhone 5 (4s) design? Noticed this morning was the above image on their site. Only to be pulled offline quickly and replaced with the placeholder page they have up now. No one is totally sure if this is an actual look at the iPhone 5 or a “planned by Apple in California” leak but it does give us a look at a possibly thinner yet slightly wider, rounded iPhone with the mute switch moved to the other side of the phone. Could this be it? Only time will tell.

My guess: Semi-brilliant marketing ploy to get people to the landing page, but that’s just me.

Related Posts

Bumper cases Bumper cases If you have been following the history of the iPhone, I’m sure you remember the famous Antenna Gate with the release of the original iPhone 4. The problem was if ...

BoomBar BoomBar Today we are looking at the BoomBar, ($32.49 USD) the portable, rechargeable Bluetooth speaker. There are times when I want to share music on my iPhone at a party or ...

The case for cases The case for cases In my last review I looked at a case for iPad. So this week I am reviewing the Pinlo Concize Metal Case for iPhone. I have had it on my ...

Just in case… Just in case… Cases are one of the last things most people think about. Usually, you never think about until something bad happens and you wish that you had a case on your ...

Targus 360º Rotating Stand/Case for iPad2 Targus 360º Rotating Stand/Case for iPad2 Targus just sent me their new iPad2 case for review. I have to say, it's pretty impressive. I really dig the (faux) leather cover, hole in the middle for the ...

ClamCase™ the all-in-one keyboard, case and stand for iPad® ClamCase™ the all-in-one keyboard, case and stand for iPad® This has to be the coolest case innovation for the iPad yet IMHO. ClamCase, I want one!

Unwrapped a new Mac?

iBoughtAMac aims to deliver a well rounded collection of information for the Mac user. You've got questions, iBoughtAMac hopes to have the answers. If, after browsing the archives your question has not yet been answered, shoot us a friendly email at