Nowadays, you can find plenty of external speakers that you can connect to your smartphone to amplify sound, some of which are wireless and come in various shapes and styles, but why find space for an additional gadget when you could keep the „speaker” on your smartphone? Milk was invented by an electrician who, like many of us, found external speakers too bulky, so he decided to create a rubber case with built-in speaker effect.
Milk is only 0.48” thick and, in addition to providing shock protection to your iPhone 5/5S, it increases the smartphone’s output by 50-20dB. You don’t need wires or batteries to connect it to the music because the smart case uses an acoustic technology to amplify sound. There is no built-in speaker and that’s why it’s called an amplifying phone case.
The case is available in black at Uncommon Goods for $25.