Its no surprise seeing case manufacturers jump the gun as they have done the same time and time again. Its no different this time around. Even though the iPhone 6 has not been formally announced some case manufacturers have already got their products release. Now Spigen, a Korea based manufacturer, has started taking pre-orders for iPhone 6 cases. It has created a dedicated product page for these cases, depicting using rendered images exactly how they’ll look on the device itself.
We have seen case manufacturers gamble on this in the past as well. Some merely base their products on leaked schematics and parts, we’ve already seen many of those for the iPhone 6, though until Apple announces something nothing can be said about the next iPhone’s design.
Spigen’s cases are designed for the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 even though Apple is rumored to be launching a 5.5-inch model as well. There are two thin fit cases which go for $15 each, a rugged armor edition going for $35 and one ultra-hybrid case that costs $25.
The dedicated product page also features some videos which show Spigen being able to properly fit these cases on an iPhone 6 dummy. There has been no shortage of leaked iPhone 6 dummy units and it is widely believed that they show what the device will actually look like.
Apple hasn’t commented on Spigen already going ahead with the launch of its iPhone 6 cases and its unlikely that the company will bother itself over this. If rumors are correct then it will unveil the iPhone 6 on September 9th.