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Looking for the right gift for family and friends can be tricky, and the holiday season rush does not make it any easier. Rather than get your significant other another sweater, try something a little more creative, and tech-friendly, for Christmas.
The Perfect Gift for Apple Fans
Does your giftee love apple products? And, you do not want to drop $999 on the new iPhone X. The cozy iPhone X scarf will be the perfect gift.
Just last month, Apple launched its most hyped phone ever, the iPhone X. The new mobile device embodies all the 10 years of Apple's iPhone. Boasting to be the most advanced iPhone yet, featuring a 5.8-inch OLED display, Face ID facial recognition, wireless inductive charging, and a faster A11 Bionic processor. According to the Apple team, "Our vision has always been to create an iPhone that is entirely screen. One so immersive the device itself disappears into the experience. And so intelligent it can respond to a tap, your voice, and even a glance".
Of course, no iPhone release can be free from controversy. Everything from the new screen "notch" to the Face ID were criticized. Yet, the demand for the flagship device was strong across the world with thousands of loyal customers lining up outside the store. This demand was an issue because there was a shortage of iPhone X's on the market.
So, if you were not able to get, or afford, the new iPhone X, try getting the Scarf X, now available on the Internet Shop. Inspired by the device, Scarf X includes the same default background as the iPhone X printed across its fabric. The scarf even includes the same controversial notch and the Apple Logo on its back.
The Internet Shop gives creatives the opportunity to sell their work online. According to the team, "The Internet Shop builds a virtual space where artists have a platform to showcase their artwork and share it with their audience." The shop collaborates with artists and designers across the globe to "create a unique visual language."
The scarf was designed by designer and art director Ceyhun Guney. Based in Hamburg, Germany, Guney is a co-founder of the design studio Selam X and part of the creative network VVC. He has completed projects with ADIDAS, Mercedes Benz, Smart, and Absolut.