For people who live every moment from behind their phone screens, this new invention might just make your day (and maybe even your week).
There’s now a phone case that conceals and presents an engagement ring, allowing the person proposing to capture the entire moment on their phone camera.
We’ll let that news sink in for a moment.
The Rokshok case, which costs $39.95 (£31) to pre-order, is slim and discreet - it looks like a standard battery case rather than a ring box.
When the case folds down, up pops the engagement ring on a tall, plastic plinth. This means the item of jewellery is captured on camera at the bottom of the screen, below your lover’s mega-surprised (or mildly annoyed) face.
The idea came about after research by Rokshok found 41% of males who proposed in 2015 had a photographer or videographer on hand to capture the proposal and 62% of couples posted a picture after they got engaged.
Personally, we think anyone who proposes from behind a phone screen needs to have a word with themselves (live the moment, people!), but there we go.