To begin our highly-anticipated evaluation of the massive collection of iPhone 5 cases soon to be in our palms, we here at iPhone Alley have begun to roundup all of the announcements and press releases that we've received since last Wednesday. Having already shown our excitement over Otterbox's announcement of four cases catered to fit the iPhone 5, we're continuing our extensive roundup by shedding light on Incipio's lineup for Apple's new iconic device.
What a better way to reflect your nationalism than embellish your iPhone with a case sporting your country's flag?
As part of our extensive amount of iPad-compatible case reviews, today we're going to take a look at Proporta's Aluminum Lined Leather Style Pouch engineered to comfortably stow your device. Coming in at a meager $26.95, the case offers all-around protection at an affordable price and is an obvious contender when it comes to cases.
Until manufacturers begin to start coating handsets' hardware with waterproof technology, it's always a worry to take a delicate smartphone on vacation. The possibility that you may accidentally drop your iPhone or other alike device into the water is utterly daunting, so at every waking moment of each and every day, you're burdened by the inevitable truth that your phone could face its demise. What's the point in a vacation if you're constantly stressed? Nothing. What you need is Proporta's brilliant endeavor that has amounted to an effective waterproof case - the Beachbuoy ($19.95).
As if we're done covering what was announced earlier today at Apple's WWDC keynote! Hidden among all of the commotion surrounding the other announcements made at the keynote, Apple has quietly launched a new accessory for its flagship tablet, the iPad.
Facing increased competition, the creators of one of the top contenders for users in the market for rugged mobile safeguarding against your most common culprits, OtterBox, today announced its venture into a new zone of coverage: water.
Since the dawn of iOS devices, accessories have accompanied Apple's creations throughout - there are tons from handy external batteries to creative cases all the way to kickstands. Although they're all useful utilities, it can be cumbersome to stow each while on the go which completely nullifies the positives of mobile devices: the fact that they're easily transportable. The SlateSHIELD 360 ($54.95), a new case that was announced/released recently, aims to create a benefital coalescense of multiple accessories thanks to the integrated functionality it cleverly packs in.
Without doubt, the battery life of a naked iPhone is among the top in comparison to other phones of competitive nature. Still, most respectable case manufacturers host a variety of average cases meant to further extend the life of your iPhone - today we'll take a look at PhoneSuit's Elite Battery Case, and it's truly a marvel.
Chic, affordable and protective - this stunning case for the new iPad from Cygnett, namely the Glam case ($59.99), not only houses your iPad in a questionably attractive style but also doubles as a fully functional multi-view stand as well as a folio case ideal for typing on Apple's tablet.
Most bumpers of similar breed require an inextricable, complex process of screwing their two halves together with your iPhone housed in between to function properly. With the Aeris Rail ($109.99), however, there's no nonsense when it comes to assembling the bumper on your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S. Screw free, the bumper is constructed of aerospace-grade aluminum and is [almost] everything you need to reliably protect your phone.