The third-party accessory provides fully waterproof casing for the smartphone, enabling owners to use it while swimming.
Photojojo's Scuba Suit uses a latch closure to create an airtight liquid barrier around the handset. A touch-sensitive screen gel offers responsiveness when using the touch-screen underwater.
An optical grade lens cover aids underwater photography, and a waterproof headphone jack lets users listen to their music while swimming, providing they have a set of waterproof earphones.
The Scuba Suit offers protection in up to 15 feet of water, while the majority of its competitors are only effective in up to two meters.
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It was previously reported that Apple and rivals Samsung are experimenting with waterproof technology with a view to incorporating it into future smartphones.
Photojojo's iPhone Scuba Suit is available now for $60.