Halo Back is a new breed of screen protectors that falls in the ‘‘ clever ‘classification, which is a world’s very first. This great little protector adds a back button to your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus within your thumb’s reach. Details on how it works, can be found right here.

Let’s face it, the Android navigation buttons can be enviable sometimes for an iPhone fan. For example, striking the ‘‘ back’ button in iOS is not completely practical with the development of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and sure you can take the jailbreak path to install navigations tweaks, however that’s not an alternative for many.


Halo Back is designed precisely with that audience in mind where this smart screen protector moves the back button in iOS alongside the Touch ID/ Home button on the iPhone 6/ 6 Plus.

Halo Back does not precisely move anything, however it is designed with a circuit layer embedded in the standard glass screen protector design. Whenever a user presses the lower left corner of the protector – – when put on an iPhone – – it will cause the back button by simulating a user touching on the back button at the leading left of the screen. Though iOS does integrate the most basic of swipe gestures to support the back navigation, a back button – – be it simulated – right beside the House button is much quicker and much easier, specifically if you’ve utilized an Android device prior to.


Apart from being smart, Halo Back offers the very same level of protection being offered by most glass screen protectors out there, such as glass shatter resistance from drops and scratch resistance as well. Halo Back is still a crowd-funded project in the meantime, and the group has actually set out to gather $ 20,000 on Kickstarter, but with 18 days still to go, the task has generated over $ 83,000 at the time of composing.


With all early bird offers opted for a single device, bulk offers are still up for the grabs if you wish to dive directly in. Deliveries are expected to start somewhere in August, while the approximated retail cost is being pegged at $ 49 per device. While Halo Back will certainly be launched for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the group behind the effort has actually hinted at a likely release for the iPhone 5s as well in the near future.

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