Sales begin in April
Indiegogo successfully funded the iPiX case (for iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 product lines, including Pro and Pro Max)
The silicone bumpers protect your phone from being dropped. The phone has LED strips on its front and back that allow you to adjust the brightness for regular shots as well as selfies.
An optional pop-up module allows users to cover their existing three lenses using one of the four available color filters.
The iPiX also includes a wireless charging battery that powers the light. It can be used by users to extend the phone’s battery life up to 60%.
The case has magnets that can be attached to metal surfaces, signsposts, or poles. There is also a threaded hole for users who prefer to use the device as a tripod.
A bundled USB hub that includes USB-A, HDTV and MicroSD connectors is the latest iPiX feature. This allows you to connect your iPhone with a computer, cameras, and other devices to transfer data. To view your footage, you can also use a projector or TV.
According to developers, iPiX weights in at 150g and is controlled by a physical button located on its body. No application is needed to use it.
New items will be priced at $ 150 during the stage of collective finance. Sales will start in April.