Infographic: 10 Things You Didn't Know About iPhone Cases

Posted: 25 April 2013
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What percentage of people have dropped their iPhones in the toilet? (It's more than you think. Also: yuck.) Do more men or women care about the brand of iPhone case they have? We have an infographic with the answers to these and other pressing questions, courtesy of Tiny Prints.

Tiny Prints is a company in the US that offers a large range of stationery, photo books, gifts, and accessories (such as mugs, self-inking rubber stamps, and acrylic trays), most of it customisable, including its iPhone cases, which you can design with your own photos, graphics, or designs for a unique or truly personal case.

Tiny Prints offered the infographic below to its affiliate partners ( is one of them) to use to promote its customisable iPhone cases so I thought I'd post (a slightly tweaked version of) it just for fun because everyone loves a bit of bite-sized nonsense in graphic form.

Infographic: 10 Things You Didn't Know About iPhone Cases

The data for the infographic comes from a Cross-Tab Marketing Services survey conducted in September 2012 that canvassed 400 US iPhone users aged 18 or older. If you're interested in the world's most expensive iPhone case, that data was sourced from this Yahoo! news link, though a little bit of extra research would have uncovered the following:

The US$100 000 case is made of 18-carat white gold and comprises a selection of gems - natural blue Ceylon sapphires (2 830 of them), rubies, and a single marquise-cut green sapphire. It was designed by The Natural Sapphire Company in New York and if you don't like its choice of gems the company will "be happy to work with you" to select others.

If you can't afford that level of customisation you know where to go! (Here.)

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