Otterbox today sent out a news release revealing cases made for the brand-new iPhone 5s and 5c models, and particularly resolved the brand-new Touch ID finger print sensor that’ll be constructed into the iPhone 5s.

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Because the business’s bulky Protector Series of cases are made to offer full device security, it would appear that Otterbox may experience some troubles accounting for the house button and the finger print sensor.

However, Otterbox says all the its cases are ‘designed particularly to accommodate the new Touch ID finger print identity sensor innovation, and all gadget functionality continues to be spontaneous by the case.’

‘Every Apple launch implies brand-new innovations that boost the iPhone user experience, while at the same time produce obstacles for our items to develop,’ said OtterBox CEO Brian Thomas. ‘We’ve really skilled design and engineering teams working hard to anticipate new innovations and figure out the most classy solutions for our cases which complement the individual experience. As always, the OtterBox team will lead with developments in premium protective solutions for these new devices and welcome the challenges that each brand-new product launch creates.’

Defender, Commuter, Reflex and Prefix cases will be instantly available for the iPhone Fives, while Defender and Commuter cases for the iPhone 5c will be readily available soon.

Many other cases, like the aluminum iGlaze Armour from Moshi, will work fine with Touch ID because they don’t cover the house button at all.