If CES is a look at anything, it's a look at the future—and how sweet it is.
Canopy, a company out of Minneapolis, has developed a pressure sensitive iPhone case called Sensus that interacts with the device's touchscreen. Thanks to large touchpads on the back and sides, users will be able to use their iPhones without even touching the screen. "It's a whole new dimension to applications that isn't currently available on anything," said Ian Spinelli, the marketing coordinator for the company. Only three apps work with the case right now, but Canopy says that more are in the works. The case will cost $99 and will be available this summer for the iPhone 5 and 5S, with the possibility of an Android version in the future.