Introduction: I-find

Have you ever lost your I-phone and can not find it... well this product is for you. I call it the I-find. It connects to your I-phone and matches your figure print for the new I-phone 5. This allows you to use your finger print on the I-find. Once you touch the button it will send a signal to your I-phone activating an alarm. This will allow you to find your I-phone. It is also small enough to fit in your pocket or in your purse. It also has a ring on the back to allow you to where it as a necklace, or attach it to your purse, or attach it to your pants, or even put it on key chain, or etc. This will prevent you from losing it. You can charge it using your I-phone charger. It is simple as that. The best part is that it comes in all I-phone 5 colors along with I-phone 5C colors. I hope you like my idea.

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    6 years ago on Introduction

    Okay lately I have been told I am putting out a lot of mean statements. So if this comes across wrong I apologize. But instructables is not for concept ideas. Anyone can put a concept idea out, but this is a place to instruct people on how to do things. From what I see here there is no instructions for anything. What you have here is box with a circle on it and an idea for something. There is no working parts, there is no input as to what it might take to make it, there is no parts list for possible builds and nothing giving any hint as to how it might work. I ask that you please research some parts listing places like https://www.inventables.com/ or http://www.allelectronics.com/index.php. Look up prices for off the shelf tech and what power requirements would be needed and then amend your instructable. Even if it isn't a complete working idea there would be something. Do more work on this idea and i am sure there dozens of people here that would be willing to help you further the idea.


    6 years ago

    Seems like a good concept, but wearing it as a necklace may be a little too bulky. Maybe you should try kickstarter to get your idea going. Cool design!