Twelve South Introduces the 'Little Black' BookBook for iPhone
Twelve South has unveiled a Classic Black version of its best-selling BookBook for iPhone 4/4S as well as a refreshed Vintage Brown version.
Like the original, the new black version of BookBook marries a wallet with an iPhone case, creating one must-have iPhone accessory. The Classic Black BookBook for iPhone, designed at the request of customers, and the Vintage Brown BookBook for iPhone are available now at twelvesouth.com and soon at Apple Store for $59.99.
BookBook for iPhone, introduced by Twelve South in 2011, launched the iPhone wallet category. The hybrid wallet and iPhone case looks like a pocket-sized book. Open it up and you will see that it holds a driver's license/ID, credit cards, cash and iPhone, eliminating the need for both a traditional wallet and an iPhone case.
iPhone features become even more valuable when combined with BookBook. For example, Find My iPhone becomes "find my wallet" it's like a GPS for your billfold. Passbook, a new feature in the upcoming iOS 6, will store your digital cards right next to your plastic cards. And now you can share thousands of pictures of your kids or pets vs the six plastic coated versions in your previous leather wallet.
In addition to handsome looks, BookBook cleverly disguises iPhone and your activities inside. While you may be texting a friend on your iPhone, from the outside it looks like you are studying the classic works of Shakespeare. Are you memorizing a short poem, or playing a quick game of Angry Birds? This stealthy security of BookBook lets you access iPhone in many places a regular iPhone case could not.
Both the new Vintage Brown and Classic Black BookBooks are hand-distressed so no two are exactly alike. Since it looks like a mini book, BookBook disguises your wallet and iPhone, while protecting you from looking like everyone else. Streamline your life by trading your traditional wallet and iPhone case for a BookBook for iPhone. With a BookBook in your pocket you'll never forget your wallet, or phone, again.