Apple launched and Double Weave Mesh, two of the original protective cases European "fashion for electronics" produced by Freshfiber. Available in the Apple Store in cool gray finish for the iPhone and 4 iPhone4 (S), these two models embody the spirit of technology and innovation content at which the "i" consumers are very careful.
Apple has acquired exclusive rights to sell both homes and Double Weave Mesh Mesh, designed by Finnish designer Janne Kyttanen.
Freshfiber collection of fashion accessories for electronics has a stunning design and shapes that would normally be impossible. The Dutch company is at the same time the first European company and the first company in the world to introduce a line of products made exclusively for Apple by printing technologies 3D. The drawings Freshfiber developed specifically for these advanced production techniques allow the company to make extremely complex shapes and forms that would be impossible to produce using traditional methods.
The houses they create, in the back of the cell, a kind of bumper or "crash zone" that protects the iPhone absorbing shock when dropped. Moreover, the case offers other advantages:
Elegant design and unconventional
Angles specially designed to provide stylish protection to the iPhone screen
Increasing the air flow and the cooling capacity of all the phone
Advanced "grip-ability" for the game
The ease of clicks on and off and the polyamide high quality easy maintenance and cleaning
Fashion design mixed with innovation and protection, emulating the characteristics of the fabric with elegant geometric patterns, each case Freshfiber makes the iPhone an object even more valuable.
In addition to homes launched by Apple, Freshfiber has a wide variety of other designs and colors sold worldwide. The variety offered by this trendy brand is one of the key aspects that guided the spread of the brand worldwide. Regardless of where the consumer is located, thanks to the press 3D, Freshfiber is able to quickly introduce variety and change for different tastes and changing end-users worldwide.