When you have an iPhone 4 case that is known as “RainBallet”, then surely there would be visions of you doing a little jig in the rain, only to realize that your iPhone 4 is still in your pocket and is already all soaked beyond any help. Well, that would not have happened if you had placed the iPhone 4 in the RainBallet case, where it has been touted to be highly waterproof as well as shock resistant. I guess the “shock resistant” bit makes sense since your iPhone 4 would be really slippery when the case is wet, hence a high probability of dropping it.
Touted to be able to withstand a fall from 1.2 meters in height, it can also remain submerged under 1 meter of water for half an hour before the case gives way and water starts to seep in. Actually, I’m not too sure about that, but perhaps someone should run an experiment to find out what happens exactly after 30 minutes.
Interestingly enough, functions of your iPhone like its audio quality and camera will still work just fine, except that you can now shoot images underwater – as long as you don’t go beyond 1 meter in depth, of course. [Translated Page]
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