Adjusting for the size difference is easy thanks to flexible casings, but the real headache comes from the rear camera, something that the first generation lacked. After realizing that the case I loved was perfect save for accommodating the rear camera, I knew it was time for a little DIY action.
- Ruler/ measuring tape
- Dremel tool (something to drill the hole)
- Optional bias tape, needle, and thread or a craft sealer like Mod Podge
1. Measure where you need to make the hole for the rear camera.
2. Draw the hole that you need to make on the case with the pencil.
3. Drill the rear camera hole, being careful not to make the hole too large.
4. Use scissors to trim around the hole.
5. For a more finished look, trim the hole with bias tape, secure with needle and thread, or Mod Podge.
(Images: Joelle Alcaidinho)