iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus has not launch, but their cases already done.
The new designs are extensions of existing designs for the iPhone 6 family of devices. The company is repeating its “slim armor” line, as well as several designs featuring kickstands, or being able to serve as wallet replacements.
Spigen has revealed 15 cases for the “iPhone 7 Plus” ranging from $15 to $40. The “iPhone 7” has 18 variants available, in the same price range. Most have several color options.
In 2011, Case maker Hard Candy ordered $50,000 worth of steel moldings based on leaked 3D models of the “iPhone 5,” which proved to be completely inaccurate when the iPhone 4s was released. However, in 2010 the company made the same gamble with the iPod touch, which dramatically cut time for manufacturing allowing the company to have cases in store one week after the product announcement.
Incase and Speck claim to not use leaked specifications, and have said that they develop rough ideas before starting the manufacturing process. Both companies say that they wait until the official Apple device reveal before commencement of manufacturing.
“It’s much more important to get it right than to get it there first,” Incase CEO Steve Gatto said in 2011.
The new “iPhone 7” is expected to be a slightly thinner design than the iPhone 6, possibly aided from removing the analog headphone jack. The larger 5.5-inch “Plus” variant is said to feature a dual-lens camera design, such as that seen in the Spigen case promotional materials.