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iPhone 5C cases up for UK pre-order

Even though we have yet to see the iPhone 5C launch this has not stopped some third-party accessory makers to get the jump on their rivals. The handset has not been officially announced and so we do not even know if the handset exists or what its dimensions will be, but a UK online store believes they know enough and so iPhone 5C cases are now up for UK pre-order.

There are three ITSKINS Zero 3 Lightweight cases for iPhone 5C, these consist of black, blue and white. These cases have been designed to help offer your new iPhone 5C minimal protection because of its lightweight design. The case is slender so that it does not add extra bulk to the design Apple has worked so hard in getting right — if it will actually be released.

We’re told that the product team behind the ITSKINS is working on more iPhone 5C cases as well, and they will be in stock from Monday, which seems even more blasé. The new case in question is called X-Doria Scene Plus and comes in two designs, the Tribal HB and Stripes.

Looking at the Tribal HB design it offers a multitude of sharp arrows in three colors, white, blue and black. Stripes is different in the way that it has thick diagonal stripes in white and black with a rugged texture.

You can now pre-order your iPhone 5C cases
You can now pre-order your iPhone 5C cases

The ITSKINS Zero 3 Lightweight Series will cost £17.95 in the UK with the X-Doria Series costing a little more at £19.99. You can view these cases by visiting the Mobile Fun website.

Are you shocked to already see cases for the iPhone 5C up for pre-order, and do you think it shows confidence or arrogance?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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