This iPhone X Case Enables Underwater Photography At 40m/130ft Depth While Still Allowing Touchscreen Use

You might remember us telling you a week or so ago about an iPhone that was found at the bottom of a river yet somehow managed to work just fine after it was left to dry out properly. While it is obviously true that stories like that crop up here and there, they are definitely the exception rather than the rule and that means you’re probably not going to want to go dropping your iPhone in water, no matter whether that is a river or something more clean like a swimming pool.

That is, unless it’s in a waterproof case.

That brings us to this iPhone X Waterproof Diving Case. If you’re someone who wants to be able to play with your iPhone around water without having to worry about any mishaps, or want to be able to take photos underwater at depths of up to 40m/130ft, then this case is most definitely for you.

iPhone X is officially rated as IP67 water-resistant, which means it can withstand a few splash of water here and there but nothing too drastic. It can certainly not be used for underwater photography or videos, something which this diving case can enable you to do using the built-in camera in iPhone X!

Underwater photography is difficult at the best of times but worrying about your gear just makes things even more complicated. This case should see you right and it’s perfect for use when surfing, skiing or doing just about anything else around moisture.

It’s also rugged enough to withstand the rough and tumble lives we all lead, and right now you can get it from here with an additional 10% off of an already more than reasonable asking price by entering the code iXDEEP10 at checkout.

You really cannot say fairer than that!

Buy: iPhone X Waterproof Diving Case: $64.95 with promo code | Original price: $89.95

Check out sample footage shot underwater using this iPhone case below:

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