Not the current model, but we're working on compatibility modules for users with slim cases and screen protectors. These compatibility modules are easily swapped with the existing component that holds the iPhone.
Once we've tested the designs and are sure that the compatibility modules work reliably with certain popular slim cases, we'll make them available to order for free for our Kickstarter Backers, and available at a low cost for anyone who's ordered their Pocket Tripod from the official Pocket-Tripod.com website.
Short answer: We're working on it.
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We wanted to keep the project manageable by starting with only the two iPhone models.
To be sure the Pocket Tripod works with any of the popular smartphone devices, we need to test our prototypes first and be sure that the product works reliably. Only then we can promise that the Pocket Tripod will work with other devices.
We're working on a new scaled-up version of the Pocket Tripod that can hold the iPads.
The current model is too small to hold the weight of the iPad or the iPad mini.
This small size is constrained by the Pocket Tripod's size in its card form. But since iPad users, unlike iPhone users, don't carry their devices in their pockets, we're planning on making a Pocket Tripod that will attach to the back of the iPad instead of fitting in a wallet for the iPad.
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Just let us know before we ship your Pocket Tripod to you and we'll be happy to swap the iPhone compatible model.
Kickstarter Backers get a one year upgrade warranty. If you upgrade your iPhone within one year of receiving your Pocket Tripod, we'll send you an upgrade kit for free, which you can use to swap with your existing compatibility module.
The molds required to manufactured the Pocket Tripod need to be very precise, and we don't want to rush into manufacturing a product that is anything less than perfect. We've tried to pick very conservative lead times to be sure we deliver the Pocket Tripod within the promised due date, and still going to do the best that we can to deliver the it even earlier than these promised dates, as early as Spring 2014.
If you can't wait that long, there's an expedited production pledge level that is expected to deliver in Fall 2013.
The Pocket Tripod app is the closest thing to having an actual Pocket Tripod in your hands. It has an interactive 3D model of the Pocket Tripod that simulates the user experience. It also lets you suggest colours to us for our future productions.
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