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  • Kate Spade and Startup Company Everpurse to Launch iPhone Chargeable Bags


    Those who never know what to buy their girlfriend/wife during a holiday, birthday, or anniversary, should be happy to know that U.S. based fashion design house Kate Spade New York has partnered with startup company Everpurse. Everpurse is a startup company that is focusing on iPhone friendly handbags, backpacks, and purses. The bags will be able to recharge iPhones from the iPhone 5 and onward, which are all Lightning-based models.

    According to the Wall Street Journal,

    The bags themselves are never plugged into a wall outlet, but instead rest on a charging mat, which sends energy wirelessly into a battery inside.
    They also noted that these bags are great for ‘customers who live life on-the-go,’ as a fully charged Kate Spade Everpurse bag will last consumers two days. The way the Everpurse bag was designed meets the Cupertino-based company and Kate Spade’s standards so that the batteries won’t explode. WSJ noted that bags will be priced between $198 and $698 and will be sold from Kate Spade New York online, Kate Spade New York retail stores, Everpurse.com, and Nordstrom.

    Apple has been focusing quite a bit on the fashion side of things and have also been hiring previous employees who worked in the fashion industry. It is not surprising that fashion companies are making products specifically for Apple.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Kate Spade and Startup Company Everpurse to Launch iPhone Chargeable Bags started by Akshay Masand View original post
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    1. Dranon's Avatar
      Dranon -
      Watch out for EVERPURSE! They never shipped mine! I have read several other complaints from customers that they never got theirs either. She (the company) does NOT respond to emails anymore. A friend of mine bought one and it does not work. She could not get any recourse from the company. So although the concept/design MAY be cool/good I do not trust the company or its founder!