Say whaaat? This Bluetooth case slips a re-creation of a BlackBerry keyboard on top of your iPhone 5 or 5S.
The ailing smartphone maker asserts that Typo's hardware keyboard case, made for iPhones and backed by TV celebrity Ryan Seacrest, infringes BlackBerry patents.
For iPhone owners yearning for a physical keyboard reminiscent of their old BlackBerry, this $99 slip-on case could do the trick.
A judge grants a preliminary injunction against sales of the case, which is backed by TV personality Ryan Seacrest, saying BlackBerry has established a "likelihood" of patent infringement.
Have you ever wanted a BlackBerry-style keyboard on your iPhone? Congratulations: Ryan Seacrest's $99 Typo Keyboard Case may be the answer to your prayers.
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