I love my iPhone, I really do. But when it comes to taking pictures with it, I find it’s not as easy as I’d like it to be. Because the smartphone doesn’t come with a separate button for just the camera, some of my shots just don’t turn out the way I want them to be. I end up with crooked photos, blurry shots, or worse, fail to take a picture with my subject in the shot. But the Red Pop iPhone Case is out to change that.
The story behind the case and its name is up on the Red Pop Kickstarter page, so you might want to check it out if you’re interested in giving a pledge to support the project.
Red Pop iPhone Case
It’s as simple as ‘Twist, Push, Pop’.
Just Twist the barrel, Push Red Pop on to your iPhone dock connector and start to Pop away taking pictures. Red Pop also allows you to shoot away like you would with a camera, with less downtime between shots.
We have been working on Red Pop for the last 12 months and are ready to push the button (see what we did there!?) on the first production run if we get backed on Kickstarter. We have a working prototype that has been developed within Apple’s MFI programme and we’re aiming to be delivering Red Pop into people’s hands at the beginning of September (sooner if we can).
The people behind the Red Pop case also have plans to develop a special Red Pop app for the iPhone to make sharing and uploading photos more of a breeze.