4iConcepts (http://www.4iConcepts.com) has released 4iThumbs2, a new product designed to will help Verizon customers shift from a physical keypad to the iPhone’s touch screen. It’s an “invisible,” removable, ridged screen that slips onto the iPhone face to guide typing.
The overlay screen provides tactile feedback similar to a QWERTY keypad. The design protects the face of the phone without blocking the screen.
4iThumbs2 allows for blind typing on touchscreen interfaces and requires no installation or sticky adhesive. It can be removed and stored on the back of phone when not in use. It’s also available in both landscape and portrait versions for the iPod touch and iPhones 3G/S and 4
4iThumbs2 (keypad only) costs US$12.95. 4iThumbs2+ with bumper to store on the back is $24.95.