Now, iPhone quick draw system that won`t even let you miss a call again
London: Inspired by the quick-draw technique of gunslinging cowboys in Western movies, a young man has designed a holster for the iPhone that he claims can be strapped to the limb of your choice.
A YouTube clip shows a detailed drawing of the holster, which seems to be an iPhone holder attached to an extending plastic arm that you strap to your arm or leg.
When the phone rings, you flick your wrist and the arm shoots out, bringing your phone to your ear in a second.
When the phone is not in use, it remains hidden up your sleeve, the Daily Mail reported.
In the clip, the inventor - a Japanese man - demonstrates in agonising detail how the quick draw holster works.
In a variety of increasingly bizarre locations - sitting on a loo, leaping backwards onto his bed, lying beside a toy train track on a building`s roof - the inventor shows how the iPhone can be at his ear almost immediately it rings.
He looks extremely pleased with himself as he stares into the camera.
His invention does not always work perfectly, though, with the iPhone flying out of its holder and across the room on a couple of occasions.
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