While MobileMechanics has had their iTwinge line out for the 3G(S) for a while now, a blogger/tech enthusiast thought he could come out and produce something better for the iPhone 4.
Similar to the iTwinge, Jiwani's design is based on clipping to the base of the iPhone from the main dock--I imagine this is the only way you could do it--and sliding it on. Unlike the MMs' design, though, Jiwani's keyboard doubles as a bumper, too: The casing surrounds the outside of the iPhone. I imagine this arises from the fact that you wouldn't be able to have a case on the phone while the keyboard is attached.
While I haven't seen iTwinge's line of snap-ons blowing up, and don't foresee it happening any time soon, I can kind of see where the demand for this would come from. Apple's pop-up letters and click noise provide something of a "feedback" for succesful letters struck, but nothing can compare with a physical keyboard.
I personally can't see myself using it, and there are definitely an overwhelming number of people who are incredibly fast on a tactile mobile keyboard, but don't count out good ol' practice and habit just yet.
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