LifeProof has sent a note to customers notifying them that the company's iPhone 5 waterproof case
is taking a little longer to finish than had been planned. LifeProof CEO Gary Rayner said in an email that the company has an "army of engineers working 24/7 on three continents" to get the case into customers hands.
You may be asking, "Why is LifeProof not yet on the market when other protective cases are?" The answer is simple: LifeProof is the only everyday case that’s water proof, dirt proof, snow proof and shock proof − which means we won’t design a product with gaping holes over the camera, microphones and speakers just to rush a case out the door. Without these protections, other case makers avoid any technical complexity in getting their cases ready.
At LifeProof, we make a promise to our customers to deliver the best case possible, even if it means our case takes a little longer to get to you.
Additionally, all LifeProof cases need to pass thorough independent lab testing to meet Military Standards for shock and impact protection, and for IP-68 water, dirt, and snow protection. Our team is working with total dedication and urgency because we believe this is worth getting right.
Rayner expects to ship the first LifeProof Frē case for the iPhone 5 within the next month. Interested customers can sign up to be notified
when the case finally goes on sale.