The end result, which will run $39.95, is the pair's first model, dubbed the mk-1. Presumably other variants of the design, which has a patent pending, will follow if this one sells well. Of note, iLid's creators chose to manufacture the product in Australia as opposed to China, where they assumed it would cost less to produce. Inglis told CNET that it ended up being a better deal with faster turnaround time to keep it within the country. iLid is by no means the first wallet accessory made for iPhones, but it boasts itself as "the world's thinnest," coming in at 17mm. Competitors include the iFlip, The Q Card Case, and Case-Mate'scredit card case among others.
Here's Inglis and Dunn-Vaughan's Kickstarter video with a 3D rendering of the product, A new product hitting shelves next month adds a secret compartment to the destiny 2 iphone case iPhone, allowing users to stash a key, some credit cards, and some cash, SAN FRANCISCO--Phones may be on their way to replacing wallets and purses, but we're not quite there yet, One project that hopes to bridge the technological gap is iLid, Created by Australian natives Darren Inglis and Simon Dunn-Vaughan, the specialty iPhone case has a mostly secret compartment on its backside where people can stash some cash, a few credit cards, and a house key..
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