You’ve just unwrapped a shiny new iPhone — maybe an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, or maybe a slightly older (but still awesome) model like the iPhone SE. Keep it protected and make it do more with these must-have accessories, in order from most to least essential.
The first digital image was created in 1957, and measured 176 x 176 pixels. Even at this limited resolution, it was ground-breaking: a way to display real world images on a computer screen. Pixel counts grew rapidly, particularly in home computers and video game consoles of the 70s, 80s and 90s, as artists raced towards a photorealistic ideal. But low fidelity, carefully crafted pixelated images were not forgotten — they were fondly remembered in retro games like Mario and Pokémon, and created anew by indie developers in games like Minecraft. Today, we’re looking at a case that celebrates that heritage, by the Pixie Crew.
Shumuri has quickly gained a reputation for their thin and light cases, and we’re happy to announce they’ve made it to our coveted virtual shelves. At the time of writing, we’re stocking twenty-two different varieties, including leading smartphones and laptops. Let’s take a closer look at what’s available.
Earlier this month, a Reddit user called Banjerpickin showed off his latest creation?—?an iPhone 6 Plus with a backlit Apple logo, just like a MacBook. As well as sharing photos of a cool-looking phone, he also gave a fully illustrated set of instructions on how to achieve exactly the same look on your iPhone 6 / 6 Plus.
Last week, Android manufacturer OnePlus did something a bit weird: they released a case with their signature ‘black sandstone’ material for the iPhone 6. Now, electric car company Tesla is doing the same thing, with the announcement of cases for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus made from spare bits of Model S upholstery.