Sound Pockets iPhone Case Will Provide Better Earphone Cable Management

sound-pocketsDon’t you just hate it when you try to put your earphones in your pocket, but when you pull them out they seem to have gotten themselves in a massive tangle? Well here’s a pretty nifty solution to help with cable management called Sound Pockets. As you can see in the image above, Sound Pockets is actually an iPhone case that comes with a pop-open case at the back in which you can safely stow away your earphones without having to worry about them getting tangled in your pocket. Unfortunately this does add a bit of bulk to your iPhone, but if you’re not too fussed over its bulk then we guess this case would be a pretty useful accessory. The Sound Pocket is compatible with the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and the iPhone 5 and can be yours for $35 via Sound Pocket’s website.

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