OnePlus releases iPhone case

Crossing the divide: The young Android maker surprised everyone by releasing a casing made for the traditional rival Apple's iPhone.

OnePlus, the new kid on the block among the growing list of Android smartphone manufacturer from China, has announced an iPhone case for the current generation iPhone.

Yes, you read that right -- an Android manufacturer just released a case for the iPhone 6 and 6s, which sports the classic OnePlus Sandstone design.

First teased by tech YouTuber MKBHD last night on his tweet, many have been wondering what product it will be and OnePlus definitely took everyone by surprise with the release.

The signature Sandstone design is also found in last year’s much-hyped 'flagship killer' OnePlus One as well as its latest release, the OnePlus 2.

While the case is designed for the regular-sized iPhone 6 and 6s, no listing is available for the larger iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus.

Its other cover designs such as Bamboo, Rosewood, and Black Apricot are also not available.

Each case comes with an invite code that entitles the user to purchase the affordable OnePlus X. If you are lucky, it could be a special code to get the limited edition Ceramic OnePlus X or even a free device.

As most of its phones are sold in limited quantity through an invite-based system, don’t be surprised if the case similarly runs out of stock soon.

The iPhone case costs US$19.99 (RM85) but, sadly, OnePlus doesn't ship here. However, OnePlus does not ship the case and online store products to Malaysia as for now.

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