We know case manufacturers sometimes like to jump the queue and get their products out early, and right now Spigen is one of them. The company sent a couple samples of their Thin Fit and Thin Fit A cases for the rumoured 4.7-inch iPhone 6 to iLounge to check out:
How confident is Spigen in the size, shape, and dimensions of Apple’s as-yet-unannounced iPhone 6 / iPhone Air? Enough to debut Thin Fit and Thin Fit A ($15), new form-fitting shells made to protect the sides and backs of Apple’s next-generation 4.7″-screened iPhone.
Here’s one of the images below—as you can see the Thin Fit A version has a cutout for the Apple logo, while the Thin Fit looks like traditional cases that just cover the back of an iPhone:
These cases should be available in September—let’s hope Spigen didn’t make too many of them, especially if the final iPhone design differs from leaked dummy units. You can check out more images of these cases here.
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