That’s the BookBook for iPhone 5, and it’s now available to order for $60. I expected it to simply be taller and camera-holier than the BookBook I used on my iPhone 4S, but it looks like TwelveSouth took the time to optimize the case design for Apple’s newest smartphone.
There’s now a third card slot along the left side of the screen, and the iPhone 5 now sits inside of a thin leather frame instead of a full leather enclosure (as in the 4S version of the case). This new BookBook should also be just a hair slimmer as well, which should make it ever-so-slightly more pocket friendly (a slight problem with the previous BookBook). I would be all over this case if I had an iPhone 5.
If you’re interested in more details and shots, head over to TwelveSouth.
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