What you see here is the Laugh and Learn Apptivity Storybook Reader, and it is designed for very young hands. I know that my son in his early years loves the iPhone, but his hands aren’t exactly the cleanest. To protect the iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, and other models from such sticky hands, it pays to have this.
You will notice that there is a way to open the iPhone case like a book, and this is to advance content on certain apps. The apps are free, by the way.
Now, I don’t yet hear any word about this particular iPhone accessory being available for the iPhone 5, but this is not the end of the Apptivity series. You can find the current selection here, but there is even more coming in the fall.
At CES, I managed to see some cool demonstrations of products like the Little People Apptivity Barnyard, which uses an iPad with the tiny figures for a lot of fun, in the digital age. I will report on this and the Imaginext Apptivity Fortress when they are released later this year.