Case Design Guidelines for Apple Devices
Case Design Guidelines
for Apple Devices
Release R8
Contents
1. Cases 7
1.1 Product Design 7
1.1.1 Device Layouts and Dimensions for Apple Devices 7
1.1.2 Access to Controls 7
1.1.3 Access to the Headphone Jack and 30-pin or Lightning Connector 7
1.1.4 Device Protection 7
1.1.5 Cover Glass Contact 8
1.1.6 Dock Compatibility 8
1.2 Acoustics 8
1.2.1 Speaker and Microphone Openings 8
1.2.2 Speaker to Microphone Coupling 8
1.2.3 Call Quality 8
1.3 Sensors 9
1.3.1 Ambient Light and Proximity Sensor Interference 9
1.3.2 Magnetic Interference 9
1.3.3 Touch ID Sensor 9
1.4 Camera 9
1.4.1 Geometry 10
1.4.2 Color 10
1.4.3 Surface Finish 10
1.4.4 Image Degradation Examples 11
1.5 Reliability 12
1.5.1 Device Insertion and Removal 12
1.5.2 Colorfastness 13
1.6 Environmental 13
1.7 RF 13
1.7.1 Materials and Coatings 13
1.7.2 Near Field Communication (NFC) 14
1.8 Touchscreen 14
1.8.1 Overlay 14
1.8.2 Edge Swipe Gestures 14
2. Device Dimensional Drawings 15
2.1 iPhone 6 17
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Contents
2.2 iPhone 6 Plus 18
2.3 iPhone 5s 19
2.4 iPhone 5c 20
2.5 iPhone 5 21
2.6 iPhone 4s 22
2.7 iPhone 4 (CDMA model) 23
2.8 iPhone 4 (GSM model) 24
2.9 iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS 25
2.10 iPhone 26
2.11 iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi 27
2.12 iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular 28
2.13 iPad mini 2 & 3 Wi-Fi 29
2.14 iPad mini 2 & 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular 30
2.15 iPad Air Wi-Fi 31
2.16 iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular 32
2.17 iPad mini with Wi-Fi 33
2.18 iPad mini with Wi-Fi + Cellular 34
2.19 iPad with Wi-Fi (4th generation) 35
2.20 iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation) 36
2.21 iPad with Wi-Fi (3rd generation) 37
2.22 iPad with Wi-Fi + 4G (3rd generation) 38
2.23 iPad 2 with Wi-Fi 39
2.24 iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G 40
2.25 iPad with Wi-Fi 41
2.26 iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G 42
2.27 iPod touch (5th generation) 43
2.28 iPod touch (4th generation) 44
2.29 iPod touch (3rd generation) 45
2.30 iPod touch (2nd generation) 46
2.31 iPod touch 47
2.32 iPod nano (7th generation) 48
2.33 iPod nano (6th generation) 49
2.34 iPod nano (5th generation) 50
2.35 iPod nano (4th generation) 51
2.36 iPod nano (3rd generation) 52
2.37 iPod nano (2nd generation) 53
2.38 iPod nano 54
2.39 iPod classic 160GB 55
2.40 iPod classic 80GB 56
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2.41 iPod (5th generation) 60GB/80GB 57
2.42 iPod (5th generation) 30GB 58
2.43 iPod (4th generation) 59
2.44 iPod (3rd generation) 60
2.45 iPod photo 30GB/60GB 61
2.46 iPod photo 62
2.47 iPod shuffle (4th generation) 63
2.48 iPod shuffle (3rd generation) 64
2.49 iPod shuffle (2nd generation) 65
2.50 iPod shuffle 66
2.51 iPod mini 68
3. Revision History 69
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Figures
1. Cases 7
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Figure 1-4
Image degradation by color shifting 11
Image degradation by decrease of contrast 11
Image degradation by blocking 12
Image degradation by flash interference 12
2. Device Dimensional Drawings 15
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iPhone 6 Dimensional Drawing 17
iPhone 6 Plus Dimensional Drawing 18
iPhone 5s Dimensional Drawing 19
iPhone 5c Dimensional Drawing 20
iPhone 5 Dimensional Drawing 21
iPhone 4s Dimensional Drawing 22
iPhone 4 CDMA Dimensional Drawing 23
iPhone 4 GSM Dimensional Drawing 24
iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS Dimensional Drawing 25
iPhone Dimensional Drawing 26
iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing 27
iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular Dimensional Drawing 28
iPad mini 2 & iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing 29
iPad mini 2 & iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular Dimensional Drawing 30
iPad Air Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing 31
iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular Dimensional Drawing 32
iPad mini with Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing 33
iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular Dimensional Drawing 34
iPad Wi-Fi (4th generation) Dimensional Drawing 35
iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation) Dimensional Drawing 36
iPad Wi-Fi (3rd Generation) Dimensional Drawing 37
iPad Wi-Fi + 4G (3rd Generation) Dimensional Drawing 38
iPad 2 Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing 39
iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G Dimensional Drawing 40
iPad Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing 41
iPad Wi-Fi + 3G Dimensional Drawing 42
iPod touch 5th gen. Dimensional Drawing 43
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iPod touch 4th gen. Dimensional Drawing 44
iPod touch 3rd gen. Fall '09 32GB and 64GB Dimensional Drawing 45
iPod touch 2nd gen. 8GB, 16GB, 32GB Dimensional Drawing 46
iPod touch Dimensional Drawing 47
iPod nano 7th gen. Dimensional Drawing 48
iPod nano 6th gen. Dimensional Drawing 49
iPod nano 5th gen. Dimensional Drawing 50
iPod nano 4th gen. Dimensional Drawing 51
iPod nano 3rd gen. Dimensional Drawing 52
iPod nano 2nd gen. Dimensional Drawing 53
iPod nano Dimensional Drawing 54
iPod classic 160GB Dimensional Drawing 55
iPod classic 80GB Dimensional Drawing 56
iPod 5th gen. 60GB/80GB Dimensional Drawing 57
iPod 5th gen. 30GB Dimensional Drawing 58
iPod 4th gen. Dimensional Drawing 59
iPod 3rd gen. Dimensional Drawing 60
iPod photo 30/60GB Dimensional Drawing 61
iPod photo Dimensional Drawing 62
iPod shuffle 4th gen. Dimensional Drawing 63
iPod shuffle 3rd gen. Dimensional Drawing 64
iPod shuffle 2nd gen. Dimensional Drawing 65
iPod shuffle Dimensional Drawing (1 of 2) 66
iPod shuffle Dimensional Drawing (2 of 2) 67
iPod mini Dimensional Drawing 68
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1.1 Product Design
A well-designed case will securely house an Apple device while not interfering with the device's operation.
Significant factors in mechanical design include access to the device's sensors, controls, and connectors.
1.1.1 Device Layouts and Dimensions for Apple Devices
Cases must be designed to accommodate the full range of Apple device sizes within each product's dimensional
variation. Dimensional drawings with tolerances for all Apple devices can be found in Device Dimensional
Drawings (page 15).
1.1.2 Access to Controls
The case must readily permit the user to access and operate the device's mechanical controls. This includes
volume and ring/silent controls, sleep/wake control, and the home button.
1.1.3 Access to the Headphone Jack and 30-pin or Lightning Connector
The case must provide ready access to the headphone jack. The headphone jack opening must be at least 6.0
mm in diameter and at most 14.0 mm deep. At least 6.5 mm in diameter and at most 10.0 mm deep is
recommended for best compatibility with a range of headphones.
The case must also provide unobstructed access to either the 30-pin connector or the Lightning connector.
If the case is for an Apple device with the Lightning connector, the opening must be at least 12.05 mm by 6.30
mm with full radii rounded edges. 13.65 mm by 6.85 mm is recommended for best compatibility with a range
of cables and docks.
In addition, the headphone jack and 30-pin or Lightning connector openings must be designed with enough
margin to compensate for shifting or dimensional changes of the case material.
1.1.4 Device Protection
Cases must protect the Apple device from a 1 m drop onto a hard paved surface in any device orientation.
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1.2 Acoustics
Specifically, exposed glass on the Apple device must not come within 1 mm of a flat surface, such as a table
or floor, in any orientation when the case is attached. This may be achieved by either covering the exposed
glass or creating features around it that will space the exposed glass at least 1 mm away from the flat surface.
1.1.5 Cover Glass Contact
Cases that claim compatibility with iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus should not contact the cover glass as defined in
their dimensional drawings. See iPhone 6 (page 17) and iPhone 6 Plus (page 18).
1.1.6 Dock Compatibility
For compatibility with docks, the distance from bottom of the Apple device to the outside of a case should
not exceed 1.8 mm.
1.2 Acoustics
The case must not impair or degrade the acoustical performance of an Apple device.
1.2.1 Speaker and Microphone Openings
When Apple devices have speakers or microphones, their locations may vary from model to model. Refer to
the dimensional drawings for various Apple devices cited in Device Layouts and Dimensions for Apple
Devices (page 7). The case must not obstruct the speaker or microphone ports.
1.2.2 Speaker to Microphone Coupling
The case must not facilitate the conduction of sound from the speaker to any microphone. Such sound
conduction can cause echoing in phone calls.
1.2.3 Call Quality
The case must not impair or degrade the user's experience making and receiving both audio calls over a cellular
network or video calls using Apple's FaceTime software. User testing must be conducted in handset,
speakerphone, and headset modes of operation, to confirm that the case does not change the loudness or
frequency response of the speakers or microphones. In addition, the user must not be able to detect any sound
distortion resulting from enclosing the Apple device in the case.
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1.3 Sensors
1.3 Sensors
Some Apple devices contain several sensors, including an ambient light sensor, a magnetic compass, a proximity
sensor, an accelerometer, and a three-axis gyroscope. Cases must be designed so they do not interfere with
the operation of these sensors.
1.3.1 Ambient Light and Proximity Sensor Interference
The ambient light sensor and proximity sensor locations for various Apple devices are shown in the dimensional
drawings cited in Device Layouts and Dimensions for Apple Devices (page 7). Some of the dimensional
drawings specify a recommended keep-out area around these sensors. No material must be allowed to cover
these sensors or their keep-out areas, this includes films and privacy screens. Cases that allow the Apple device
to slide around must not obstruct any sensors.
1.3.2 Magnetic Interference
Apple recommends avoiding the use of magnets and metal components in cases.
Cases for Apple devices must not affect the device's built-in magnetic compass (if present).
Additionally, the iPhone 6 Plus has an autofocus rear camera equipped with optical image stabilization that
can be affected by magnets and metal components in cases and rear camera accessories. Cases and rear camera
accessories that claim compatibility with iPhone 6 Plus must not affect operation of the autofocus rear camera.
1.3.3 Touch ID Sensor
Cases for Apple devices must not inhibit the use of the device's Touch ID sensor (if present). See the device's
dimensional drawing for the keep-out area.
1.4 Camera
This section applies to all Apple devices that are equipped with a camera (with or without a flash). The field of
view (FOV) of the camera and the illumination provided by the flash is designed for each Apple product. It is
imperative that manufacturers consult technical specifications released for each product and do not assume
these parameters are shared between products.
Images from the camera may be affected by the geometry, color and surface finish of the camera opening in
the case.
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1.4 Camera
1.4.1 Geometry
The camera lens field of view must not be blocked. Making the case opening around the camera too small
may block the field of view of the lens. This may cause vignetting in the image, where the corners of the image
are darker than the center. Blocking marginal rays just outside the field of view of the lens may also reduce
the sharpness of the image. See Device Layouts and Dimensions for Apple Devices (page 7) for the detailed
mechanical keep-out.
The case opening must not be designed in a way that directs stray light into the camera. If the opening is too
narrow or too steep, it may reflect light into the camera, washing out the image or adding an unwanted color
cast. Adding a chamfer to the camera window and making the window larger can help to direct stray light
away from the camera. Additionally, where the product is equipped with a flash, a narrow or steep opening
may reflect light from the case opening back into the camera or scene. This may cause the image to appear
washed out or contain unwanted artifacts. A wider opening and chamfer will help direct light reflected from
the case edges away from the scene and camera.
1.4.2 Color
Note: A matte black material or coating around the camera hole opening is recommended.
Any light reflected from the case may pick up the color of the case. Black material or black coating can help
avoid color bleeding into the camera from an external light source or the flash. The darker the color, the less
light may be reflected from the source into the camera.
1.4.3 Surface Finish
If the cone opening is < 120°, then a semi-gloss finish around the camera opening is recommended. The flash
is a strong source of light and reflections from the camera case opening edge should be managed so they do
not reflect back into the camera or the scene. Semi-gloss material can direct light away from the camera if
combined with a > 95° angle. If the angle is too narrow a high gloss material may reflect light back into the
camera. Matte or diffuse materials scatter light in all directions and may increase the likelihood that light from
the flash or strong sources in the scene is reflected into the camera.
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1.4 Camera
1.4.4 Image Degradation Examples
Figure 1-1
Image degradation by color shifting
Reference
Degraded (blue)
Degraded (green)
Degraded (red)
1.4.4.1 Contrast Decrease
Figure 1-2
Image degradation by decrease of contrast
Reference
Degraded
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1.5 Reliability
1.4.4.2 Image Blocking
Figure 1-3
Image degradation by blocking
Reference
Degraded
1.4.4.3 Flash Interference
Figure 1-4
Image degradation by flash interference
Reference
Degraded
1.5 Reliability
Cases for Apple devices must be tested to verify that they will withstand long-term use under typical use
conditions, and that they do not impair or degrade the functionality of the device, damage it or its immediate
surroundings, or adversely affect the user.
1.5.1 Device Insertion and Removal
The case must hold the Apple device securely while permitting its easy insertion and removal. The case and
the enclosed device must not be damaged by the repeated insertion and removal of the device from the case
under conditions representative of long-term use in a variety of environments.
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1.6 Environmental
1.5.2 Colorfastness
Any dyes, inks, or coatings in or on the case must not bleed color onto either the device or its user, particularly
while the case is in contact with common substances such as water or sunscreen.
1.6 Environmental
Cases for Apple devices must comply with applicable environmental regulations in the regions in which such
cases are to be sold, and any applicable substance or material restrictions, including applicable restrictions on
the following substances:
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Lead (Pb)
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Cadmium (Cd)
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Mercury (Hg)
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Hexavalent Chromium (Cr(VI))
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Hexavalent Chromium (Cr(VI)) in leather
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Nickel (Ni) plating on user-accessible surfaces
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Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB)
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Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)
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Azo-based dyes that release the aromatic amines specified in European Directive 2002/61/EC
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Natural rubber latex
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Formaldehyde
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Endangered species of flora and fauna in products or packaging (US Lacey Act)
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Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA)
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Perfluorooctane Sulfonates (PFOS)
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Phthalates
1.7 RF
1.7.1 Materials and Coatings
Cases for Apple devices must not contain materials or coatings that absorb radio frequency energy. Such
materials can impair or degrade the performance of cellular communication antennas or GPS, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth
antennas. Examples include (but are not limited to) the following:
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1.8 Touchscreen
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Metals (e.g. steel, aluminum, magnesium, titanium, etc.)
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Plastics with any carbon content
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Plastics with any glass content
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Plastics with metallic plating
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Metallic paints
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Black paints with high carbon loading
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White paints with high titanium dioxide loading Metallic
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Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) coatings
1.7.2 Near Field Communication (NFC)
Cases that claim compatibility with NFC enabled Apple devices (such as iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus) must not
degrade device NFC transaction performance.
1.8 Touchscreen
The touch interface in an Apple device senses the presence of one or more fingers on its surface. Any material
between the surface and the user's hand, even a very thin sheet of plastic, can affect the performance of the
touch interface.
1.8.1 Overlay
If a case design requires a touchscreen to be overlaid with another material, the material must be:
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Thinner than 0.3 mm
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Designed so that there are no air gaps between it and the touchscreen surface
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Not be electrically conductive
1.8.2 Edge Swipe Gestures
A case must allow the user to use edge swipe gestures that were introduced in iOS 7.0. These gestures include
bringing up Control Center, Notification Center, and swiping back from apps that may use edge swipe gestures
(such as the Messages app).
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
This chapter contains the following dimensional drawings:
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iPhone 6 (page 17)
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iPhone 6 Plus (page 18)
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iPhone 5s (page 19)
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iPhone 5c (page 20)
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iPhone 5 (page 21)
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iPhone 4s (page 22)
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iPhone 4 (CDMA model) (page 23)
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iPhone 4 (GSM model) (page 24)
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iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS (page 25)
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iPhone (page 26)
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iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi (page 27)
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iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular (page 28)
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iPad mini 2 & 3 Wi-Fi (page 29)
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iPad mini 2 & 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (page 30)
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iPad Air Wi-Fi (page 31)
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iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular (page 32)
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iPad mini with Wi-Fi (page 33)
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iPad mini with Wi-Fi + Cellular (page 34)
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iPad with Wi-Fi (4th generation) (page 35)
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iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation) (page 36)
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iPad with Wi-Fi (3rd generation) (page 37)
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iPad with Wi-Fi + 4G (3rd generation) (page 38)
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iPad 2 with Wi-Fi (page 39)
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iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G (page 40)
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iPad with Wi-Fi (page 41)
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iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G (page 42)
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iPod touch (5th generation) (page 43)
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iPod touch (4th generation) (page 44)
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iPod touch (3rd generation) (page 45)
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iPod touch (2nd generation) (page 46)
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iPod touch (page 47)
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iPod nano (7th generation) (page 48)
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iPod nano (6th generation) (page 49)
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iPod nano (5th generation) (page 50)
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iPod nano (4th generation) (page 51)
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iPod nano (3rd generation) (page 52)
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iPod nano (2nd generation) (page 53)
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iPod nano (page 54)
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iPod classic 160GB (page 55)
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iPod classic 80GB (page 56)
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iPod (5th generation) 60GB/80GB (page 57)
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iPod (5th generation) 30GB (page 58)
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iPod (4th generation) (page 59)
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iPod (3rd generation) (page 60)
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iPod photo 30GB/60GB (page 61)
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iPod photo (page 62)
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iPod shuffle (4th generation) (page 63)
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iPod shuffle (3rd generation) (page 64)
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iPod shuffle (2nd generation) (page 65)
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iPod shuffle (page 66)
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iPod mini (page 68)
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.1 iPhone 6
2.1 iPhone 6
Figure 2-1
iPhone 6 Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.2 iPhone 6 Plus
2.2 iPhone 6 Plus
Figure 2-2
iPhone 6 Plus Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.3 iPhone 5s
2.3 iPhone 5s
Figure 2-3
iPhone 5s Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.4 iPhone 5c
2.4 iPhone 5c
Figure 2-4
iPhone 5c Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.5 iPhone 5
2.5 iPhone 5
Figure 2-5
iPhone 5 Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.6 iPhone 4s
2.6 iPhone 4s
Figure 2-6
iPhone 4s Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.7 iPhone 4 (CDMA model)
2.7 iPhone 4 (CDMA model)
Figure 2-7
iPhone 4 CDMA Dimensional Drawing
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2.8 iPhone 4 (GSM model)
2.8 iPhone 4 (GSM model)
Figure 2-8
iPhone 4 GSM Dimensional Drawing
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2.9 iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS
2.9 iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS
Figure 2-9
iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.10 iPhone
2.10 iPhone
Figure 2-10
iPhone Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.11 iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi
2.11 iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi
Figure 2-11
iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.12 iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular
2.12 iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular
Figure 2-12
iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular Dimensional Drawing
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2.13 iPad mini 2 & 3 Wi-Fi
2.13 iPad mini 2 & 3 Wi-Fi
Figure 2-13
iPad mini 2 & iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.14 iPad mini 2 & 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular
2.14 iPad mini 2 & 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular
Figure 2-14
iPad mini 2 & iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.15 iPad Air Wi-Fi
2.15 iPad Air Wi-Fi
Figure 2-15
iPad Air Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.16 iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular
2.16 iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular
Figure 2-16
iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular Dimensional Drawing
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2.17 iPad mini with Wi-Fi
2.17 iPad mini with Wi-Fi
Figure 2-17
iPad mini with Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing
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2.18 iPad mini with Wi-Fi + Cellular
2.18 iPad mini with Wi-Fi + Cellular
Figure 2-18
iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.19 iPad with Wi-Fi (4th generation)
2.19 iPad with Wi-Fi (4th generation)
Figure 2-19
iPad Wi-Fi (4th generation) Dimensional Drawing
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2.20 iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation)
2.20 iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation)
Figure 2-20 iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation) Dimensional Drawing
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2.21 iPad with Wi-Fi (3rd generation)
2.21 iPad with Wi-Fi (3rd generation)
Figure 2-21
iPad Wi-Fi (3rd Generation) Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.22 iPad with Wi-Fi + 4G (3rd generation)
2.22 iPad with Wi-Fi + 4G (3rd generation)
Figure 2-22 iPad Wi-Fi + 4G (3rd Generation) Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.23 iPad 2 with Wi-Fi
2.23 iPad 2 with Wi-Fi
Figure 2-23 iPad 2 Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing
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2.24 iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G
2.24 iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G
Figure 2-24 iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.25 iPad with Wi-Fi
2.25 iPad with Wi-Fi
Figure 2-25 iPad Wi-Fi Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.26 iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G
2.26 iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G
Figure 2-26 iPad Wi-Fi + 3G Dimensional Drawing
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2.27 iPod touch (5th generation)
2.27 iPod touch (5th generation)
Figure 2-27 iPod touch 5th gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2. Device Dimensional Drawings
2.28 iPod touch (4th generation)
2.28 iPod touch (4th generation)
Figure 2-28 iPod touch 4th gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.29 iPod touch (3rd generation)
2.29 iPod touch (3rd generation)
Figure 2-29 iPod touch 3rd gen. Fall '09 32GB and 64GB Dimensional Drawing
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2.30 iPod touch (2nd generation)
2.30 iPod touch (2nd generation)
Figure 2-30 iPod touch 2nd gen. 8GB, 16GB, 32GB Dimensional Drawing
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2.31 iPod touch
2.31 iPod touch
Figure 2-31
iPod touch Dimensional Drawing
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2.32 iPod nano (7th generation)
2.32 iPod nano (7th generation)
Figure 2-32 iPod nano 7th gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.33 iPod nano (6th generation)
2.33 iPod nano (6th generation)
Figure 2-33 iPod nano 6th gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.34 iPod nano (5th generation)
2.34 iPod nano (5th generation)
Figure 2-34 iPod nano 5th gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.35 iPod nano (4th generation)
2.35 iPod nano (4th generation)
Figure 2-35 iPod nano 4th gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.36 iPod nano (3rd generation)
2.36 iPod nano (3rd generation)
iPod nano
(3rd Generation)
Figure 2-36 iPod nano 3rd gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.37 iPod nano (2nd generation)
2.37 iPod nano (2nd generation)
iPod nano (2ndGeneration)
Figure 2-37 iPod nano 2nd gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.38 iPod nano
2.38 iPod nano
Figure 2-38 iPod nano Dimensional Drawing
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2.39 iPod classic 160GB
2.39 iPod classic 160GB
iPod classic 160GB
Figure 2-39 iPod classic 160GB Dimensional Drawing
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2.40 iPod classic 80GB
2.40 iPod classic 80GB
iPod classic
Figure 2-40 iPod classic 80GB Dimensional Drawing
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2.41 iPod (5th generation) 60GB/80GB
2.41 iPod (5th generation) 60GB/80GB
iPod 5th gen. 60GB/80GB Dimensional Drawing
iPod 10/12 60GB
Figure 2-41
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2.42 iPod (5th generation) 30GB
2.42 iPod (5th generation) 30GB
iPod10-12 30 GB
Figure 2-42 iPod 5th gen. 30GB Dimensional Drawing
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2.43 iPod (4th generation)
2.43 iPod (4th generation)
Figure 2-43 iPod 4th gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.44 iPod (3rd generation)
2.44 iPod (3rd generation)
Figure 2-44 iPod 3rd gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.45 iPod photo 30GB/60GB
2.45 iPod photo 30GB/60GB
Figure 2-45 iPod photo 30/60GB Dimensional Drawing
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2.46 iPod photo
2.46 iPod photo
Figure 2-46 iPod photo Dimensional Drawing
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2.47 iPod shuffle (4th generation)
2.47 iPod shuffle (4th generation)
Figure 2-47 iPod shuffle 4th gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.48 iPod shuffle (3rd generation)
2.48 iPod shuffle (3rd generation)
Figure 2-48 iPod shuffle 3rd gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.49 iPod shuffle (2nd generation)
2.49 iPod shuffle (2nd generation)
Figure 2-49 iPod shuffle 2nd gen. Dimensional Drawing
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2.50 iPod shuffle
2.50 iPod shuffle
Figure 2-50 iPod shuffle Dimensional Drawing (1 of 2)
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2.50 iPod shuffle
Figure 2-51
iPod shuffle Dimensional Drawing (2 of 2)
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2.51 iPod mini
2.51 iPod mini
Figure 2-52 iPod mini Dimensional Drawing
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3. Revision History
This table describes the changes to the Case Design Guidelines for Apple Devices.
Date
Notes
Release R8
Updated Product Design (page 7)
Updated Camera (page 9)
Updated Environmental (page 13)
2014-10-16
Updated Device Dimensional Drawings (page 15): Updated dimensional drawings for
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Updated Device Dimensional Drawings (page 15): Added dimensional drawings for
iPad Air 2
Updated Device Dimensional Drawings (page 15): Renamed iPad mini with Retina
display to iPad mini 2 and iPad mini 3
Release R7
Renamed 'Mechanical Requirements' to 'Product Design'
Updated Access to the Headphone Jack and 30-pin or Lightning Connector (page 7)
Added Device Protection (page 7)
Added Cover Glass Contact (page 8)
2014-09-10
Added Dock Compatibility (page 8)
Updated Magnetic Interference (page 9)
Updated Touch ID Sensor (page 9)
Updated Environmental (page 13)
Added Near Field Communication (NFC) (page 14)
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3. Revision History
Updated Device Dimensional Drawings (page 15): Added dimensional drawings for
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Release R6
2013-10-22
Updated Device Dimensional Drawings (page 15): Added dimensional drawings for
iPad mini 2 and iPad Air.
Release R5
Updated "1.1 Mechanical Requirements"
Updated Sensors (page 9)
2013-09-13
Updated Camera (page 9)
Updated Touchscreen (page 14)
Updated Device Dimensional Drawings (page 15): Added dimensional drawings for
iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c
Release R4
2013-05-08
Added Device Dimensional Drawings (page 15)
Release R3
2012-09-12
Added information for devices with the Apple Lightning connector: iPhone 5, iPod touch
(5th generation), and iPod nano (7th generation).
Release R2
2011-03-11
Updated guidelines to cover cases for iPads.
Changed document title from "iPhone Case Design Guidelines" to "Case Design Guidelines
for Apple Devices."
Release R1
2011-02-28
First Release of "iPhone Case Design Guidelines"
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