Thanotech K11 iPhone 8 / 7 Aluminium Bumper Case - Black - On Sale
This lightweight K11 bumper case in black from ThanoTech features a high quality aluminium frame which offers great drop protection at all times. Should you wish for extra protection, the case also comes with two easily-removable protective back covers!Bumper design showcases your iPhone's good looksWhilst most of today's cases feature a traditional full cover design, which hides your phones sides, back and sometimes even the front, ThanoTech K11 delivers an excellent protection without impeding the good looks of your iPhone. This ultra-thin 2.25mmbumper design will leave most of your iPhone on display allowing your to flaunt and showcase its beautiful design.A high quality aluminium bumper compliments your iPhone perfectlyCrafted from anti-scratch TPU and high quality 6063 T6 aircraft grade aluminum, the K11 bumper from ThanoTechprotects your device whilst complimenting its sleek aesthetics. With a clear back and a matching colour bumper, the K11 case perfectly compliments your phone, keeping it looking and feeling the way it wasintended.Shock and drop protection for peace of mindIn most cases, the more - the better, however, ThanoTech K11 features an ingenious design, which has been crafted from high quality materials. This not only makes the bumper look good and premium in any setting, but also makes it able to withstand most of the drops of up to 16 foot height. You can now enjoy your iPhone's good looks without compromising its protection.Compatible with most 3rd party cables, screen protectors and other accessoriesDue its low-profile, ultra-thin build of just over 2.25mm, this case offers great compatibility with most of the 3rd party products on the market, which include USB cables, mount holders, and screen protectors. Whilst some of the edge-to-edge screen protectors might not be compatible with this case, most, if not all regular screen protectors should fit it without any issues.Comes with two optional back coversShould you wish to add an additional layer of protection to your iPhone 8/ 7, please be aware that this bumper case comes with two complimentary (1 glossy & 1 matte)and totally optional protective back covers. The installation process is really simple and takes just few seconds, however, it will further reinforce your iPhone against scratching.Access to all ports and featuresThe ThanoTech K11 bumper case optimises functionality to all of the iPhone's ports and features. This bumper case features TPU and Aluminium covered, super tactile and responsive button covers with no wiggle. The case also offers all of the cutouts for the charging port, camera and mute switch, all of which are left open for easy use.
China Mobile also acknowledged that it's investing heavily in 4G technology to catch up to competitors in the country that have already built up their 4G networks. Those costs are expected to continue to pile up in the coming months. CNET has contacted China Mobile for comment on its earnings report. We will update this story when we have more information. The company needs to find new ways to generate revenue off those customers as its traditional sources are being squeezed by messaging apps. China Mobile may be growing in leaps and bounds, but the company announced on Tuesday its lowest quarterly profit in five years, due in large part to declining revenue per user.
Published on Tuesday by the US Patent and Trademark Office, an Apple patent called "Driver handheld computing device lock-out" proposes a couple of different ways to cut off texting and other cell phone features while you're driving, In one scenario, Apple's technology would work on its own by detecting the motion of the driver and/or analyzing the surrounding scenery, The motion detector would use the phone's onboard sensors to tell if the car is moving beyond a certain speed, The scenery analyzer thanotech k11 iphone 8 / 7 aluminium bumper case - black would use the phone's camera to determine if the phone is being held by the driver..
If a red flag goes up, a lock-out mechanism would then automatically disable texting and other functions of the phone. In a second scenario, your car would essentially tell your phone when it's time to be quiet. After you start your car, your ignition key would send a signal to your phone to disable texting and other features. The first scenario sounds more complicated but may be more doable as it would rely solely on technology built into the phone. The second scenario sounds simpler but would require the involvement of automakers. Either way, a patent filing doesn't mean the technology will ever hit the real world.
Still, Apple is trying to integrate itself more into your automobile as evidenced by its CarPlay system, Technology that specifically focuses on the dangers of distracted driving would be an thanotech k11 iphone 8 / 7 aluminium bumper case - black ideal next step, In the meantime, you can find several mobile apps that try to address the problem of distracted driving, An app called DriveSafe.ly reads your text messages and emails to you while you're behind the wheel, AT&T's DriveMode app can send an auto response to any text you receive while driving, And an app called Textecution offers parental controls that can disable texting while driving..
(Via AppleInsider). Several mobile apps on the market already try to prevent you from texting while driving, but a freshly-published Apple patent filing suggests a more automated solution. Despite the dangers of texting while driving, many behind the wheel just can't seem to stop. One idea from Apple could put up more of a roadblock. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
The two companies have been working together on a wearable device that will launch toward the end of this year, Geektime is reporting, citing sources familiar with their plans, However, Apple and Nike aren't working on the long-rumored iWatch, the sources say, but a smartband that would come with a number of sensors capable of tracking movement and operating other devices, like a smartphone, with just gestures, CNET broke the news last week that Nike has laid off most of its wearable-device team and could be planning to get out of wearables altogether, Nike has remained tight-lipped on its exact plans, but as of thanotech k11 iphone 8 / 7 aluminium bumper case - black this writing, its FuelBand fitness tracker is still on sale and will likely remain so for the time-being..
That Apple and Nike might be partnering on a device is no surprise to some analysts. Speaking recently with CNET, Nike analyst Jim Duffy of Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. said that a partnership between the companies is a no-brainer, adding that it's "likely that an Apple hardware offering would be supportive of the Nike software."The tale becomes all the more interesting when one considers just how closely Apple and Nike are tied. Apple CEO Tim Cook serves on the Nike board of directors, and Nike has worked with Apple since 2006 to develop products, starting with Nike+ Running.
According to Geektime's sources, Apple and Nike are putting the finishing touches on the smartband in preparation for the device's launch later this year, Exact functionality isn't known at this point, and it's not clear how Nike's technology would be integrated thanotech k11 iphone 8 / 7 aluminium bumper case - black into the device, but it seems possible that the shoemaker's software would play an important role in the smartband, CNET has contacted both Apple and Nike for comment on the report, We will update this story when we have more information..
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