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Spill your iPhone’s guts with Casetify’s Inside Parts cases

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Protect your iPhone while making it look transparent.
Protect your iPhone while making it look transparent.
Photo: Casetify

Did you know you can protect your iPhone while making it look like you somehow got a really cool transparent version that shows all of your handset’s high-tech guts?

Well, you can, if you nab a Casetify Inside Parts Impact iPhone Case in the Cult of Mac Store. It seems to wear all the interior components on the outside.

Casetify Inside Parts Impact iPhone Case

Casetify said all its Impact cases, like the Inside Part Impact iPhone Case, are military-grade. Each one is drop-tested from 6.6 feet. And they’re made with qìtech™ 2.0, the company’s proprietary shock-absorbing material.

The shock-absorbing material has been shown in laboratory tests to reduce impact by 95%, the company said. And it does that while maintaining a super-sleek, slim look.

Casetify said it takes a three-part approach to protection with it Impact cases. It uses its innovative qìtech™ 2.0 material. It incorporates a raised camera ring to protect the camera lens. And it adds a raised bezel to protect screens when a phone is dropped front-side-down.

Plus, the case sides are flexible and the back plate is hard. That makes the grip and fit ideal for a hand-held device, Casetify said. Not only that, but the cases feature “Defensify” anti-microbial coating, which the company said eliminates 99% of bacteria.

And in terms of wireless charging, Casetify promises a hassle-free experience. Its iPhone cases are built to enable Qi charging. You can charge away without having to remove your iPhone case, never having to compromise style for functionality.

Also note that Impact Cases are made with 65% recycled and plant-based material, and they’re shipped in 100% recyclable packaging.

Price: $60

Where to buy: Cult of Mac Store

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