The toymaker, Fisher Price, says its 'Apptivity' case has been designed for parents that want to share their iPhones with their toddlers without worrying that they might break it, the Daily Mail reported.
The case is billed as the 'ultimate in iPhone baby protection' and stops phones being damaged by dribbles, grubby fingers and being dropped.
A number of child friendly apps have been included in the case like the 'Chatter Phone' application, on which children can pretend to call various characters.
When children dial the police on the app, a character says, 'Hello! I'm Pete the police officer, I keep everyone safe.'
The makers say it is 'the classic Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone with a twist that helps kids learn about numbers, community helpers and music'.
The phone case is fitted with rattle beads and chunky handles so that children can keep a hold of the phone. It also has a plastic screen to help protect the phone.
The company said that the case, which is suitable for children over six months old and is designed to help babies practice eye-hand coordination and improve motor skills.