does more than just make your iPhone look like an iPod. In fact, it allows you to browse notifications using the touch screen or the iPod wheel (which, let’s be honest, we all miss). The cover is made out of premium leather and is just 3mm thick. The iPod Cover comes in 7 colors, including white, black, pink, purple, lime green, cyan and red. Unfortunately, this is just a concept and isn’t actually a real product…yet. But if we had to guess, some company will take interest in Gomboli’s cool creation. In reality, if this were to actually go into production, it would probably become one of the best selling . Because, well, retro is always in, bro.
Remember when the first iPod was released, and you just HAD to have one? We all had iPods, but of course that was before our smartphones became MP3 players and were loaded with music apps like Spotify, Tunein and Google Music. If you loved the look and functionality of the iPod Classic, then check out the iPod Cover by Claudio Gomboli, a smart accessory/ cover that turns your iPhone into an iPod Classic by adding the look of the iPod as well as one of the classic scroll wheels.
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The nylon case for iPod is the latest iPod accessories market. He preceded leather cases, plastic shells and silicone cases. Mini nylon bags are designed from durable materials for optimum protection of your device. The cases pouches nylon can also be used for your camera. We have a preference for cases manufactured for the brand Uniea. These are good Ipod covers at a reasonable price.
An anodized aluminum faceplate covers the front of the Classic in either black or silver, while the back of the iPod is covered in the same scratch-showing, smudge-loving chromed steel found on iPods for generations. Inside its 2.4-inch-by-4.1-inch-by-0.41-inch enclosure you'll find a whopping 160GB hard drive capable of holding over 40,000 songs. The 2.5-inch screen found above the click wheel is unfortunately still covered with plastic, making it the only remaining iPod that hasn't yet switched to a scratch-resistant glass screen.