Remember, right after the release of the very first iPhone 2G, many users complained that the smartphone did not have a physical keyboard? This 'problem' can be solved by using special covers. For example, the TypoKeyboards company, specializing in the production of covers and keyboards, suggests turning iPhone into a kind of smartphone BlackBerry with a physical QWERTY keyboard. TypoKeyboards has released a unique case consisting of two plastic overlays. One has a full backlit QWERTY keyboard, making it easy to type long messages. In addition, according to the developers, the accessory frees up to 40% of the screen, which is usually occupied by a virtual keyboard. The keyboard connects to iPhone via the wireless interface Bluetooth 3.0. And autonomous operation is provided by a built-in rechargeable battery with a capacity of 180 mAh. It can be fully charged via the Micro-USB port in less than an hour. The keyboard case is compatible with smartphones iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. You can make a preliminary order for TypoKeyboards Case on the official website of the company. Its cost is 99 US dollars excluding shipping. Deliveries of the new accessory will start in January next year.