Twelve South's BookBook opens on iPhone 4
Mac accessory maker extends its line of fancy leather cases for literary types to the iPhone 4, and, in a novel twist, turns it into a wallet too.
Twelve South, maker of iDevice cases with a literary leaning, is bringing its bookishness to the iPhone 4.
Like its cousins, the BookBook for, , and , the new BookBook for iPhone is a hardback distressed-leather case with a leather spine that resembles a vintage book. It's also a pocket-size wallet that can hold your driver's license, debit card, cash, receipts, and Mensa membership card along with your phone.
The new BookBook for iPhone is available now at the Apple Store and TwelveSouth's Web site for $59.99. It's designed exclusively for the iPhone 4 (AT&T and Verizon) and won't fit the original iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, or iPod Touch. That means owners of those devices will have a tougher time pretending to be reading "Anna Karenina" when they're really playing Angry Birds.