[MUSIC] Hey I'm David Carnaway, and I wanted to give you a quick look at a prototype iPhone 6 case I've been playing around with in advance of its debut on Kickstarter. It's called the Zero G Anti-gravity Case. Its from a startup called Mega Tiny Corp. It looks like your standard iPhone case but its back is covered with nano suction material. Which is basically made up of thousands of tiny suction cups that allows you to stick your iPhone to almost any smooth surface. You can buy $10 nano suction pads right now that you can stick on the back of a case. Mega tiny says this is the first case that will have nano suction material integrated into the case itself. The final cases will have a cut out window for the apple logo and be cleaned up a little, but the concept is the same. What's cool about the material is that while it's really sticky, you can put the case in your pocket and not have it grab onto a bunch of lint and other crap. And even if you do get some dust and particles on it, you can easily wipe them off with a damp cloth. Well, the folks at Mega Tiny say the case will hold up well over time. I can't confirm that since I've only used it for a few days. I left the case overnight stuck to a window and it was still stuck there in the morning, so it adheres really well. That said, I probably use the screen protector for a little added protection. And yeah Mega Tiny happens to sell those too. I've David Carly at that's the Zero G Anti-Gravity case that's due out in June for both the iPhone 6 and 6+. It'll retail for around $50 on Amazon. But Mega Tiny will have early bird deals for less than $40. Thanks for watching. [MUSIC]