Ferrari Store Introduces iPhone and iPad Cases

Do you own an iPad or iPhone and just can’t figure out how to let people know you’re rich enough to drive a Ferrari? Then how about buying yourself special leather cases for either device, complete with the Prancing Horse logo and everything.

We’re not talking about some cheap product from some shady company that writes Ferrari with a ‘y’ at the end, but something sold through the official only store.

The Ferrari iPad case comes in black or red, and is priced from €79 (around $93). It’s Inspired by the Grand Touring models, as the Italy Collection picks up the elegant design of Ferrari car interiors in the workmanship and quality of the leather, in the colors of the threads chosen, the stitching style, the play on padding and the fabric used.

“The elegant openwork leather case has a metal addition, a reproduction of the famous Ferrari Prancing Horse,”
the Italian firm says.

Things get a bit more complicated with the iPhone case, which is available in three different shapes, specifically created to fit the fourth generation of Apple’s product, including one with a flat, with prices starting at €25 ($30) and going up to €35 (about $41).

All you have to do after you buy one of these babies is put on your Ferrari shoes, Ferrari cufflinks, Ferrari shirt, Ferrari watch, spray some Ferrari perfume and you are done! You might also want to customize your phone even further with some special ringtones, wallpapers or a virtual garage that enables you to experience the unique impression only a GT engine from Maranello can generate – with exceptional graphics, and an exact reproduction of the speedometers. But then, when will you have time to actually drive the cars?
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