Chinese case manufacturer XSKN, which is infamous for correctly revealing the shape of the iPhone 3G, as well as offering a case for the "iPhone nano", also produces a range of keyboard skins for Apple software, like Final Cut Pro, and Logic.

However, in Berlin over the weekend, the company was also showing off a prototype of a Bluetooth keyboard for the iPhone that includes quick-launch shortcuts to many of the most popular applications for the handset.

The company told Pocket-lint that it's waiting for Bluetooth keyboard drivers from Apple, but that once those were in place it'd be able to roll out production fairly quickly, thanks to a US firm that specialises in "Made for iPod" stamps. Pricing should be around the £100 mark.