This following iPhone case has been the word of the internet lately for its unusual nature. While others may be condoning checking it out, indirectly, we are warning you to stay away - it's still interesting to take a close look at though. More below.
The freedom to do whatever you please with your phone, though with some mental limitations, as you probably don't want to throw it around mindlessly, has been a successful endeavor dreamt and manufactured by LifeProof in the form of their slick LifeProof case for the iPhone 4/4S among other devices. Previously only available online and at Best Buy locations, the company has expanded their availability by partnering with multiple retailers around the country to offer you the same sleek, form-fitting case you'll instantly fall in love with once purchased.
One of our readers called it a wonderful design that should have been the primary look attributed to Apple's treasured tablet. What? The previously unnamed case for the iPad 2 (and questionably/probably for the new iPad), that was available on two Japanese retailers, of which we posted about yesterday, has officially been dubbed the iPad NoteBook Case by US retailer Fancy. Turning your iPad into a mini version of Apple's own Macbook Pro, the case is available online for a small $88 - a steal for such a seemingly priceless accessory to complement your wondrous tablet.
While most companies attempt to spruce up the pictures of their products to often depict something much more desirable than what they're actually selling, Spigen SGP, made evident by the product page of their Modello Series Case for the iPhone 4/4S ($14.99), sticks to little or no alterations to the images they've posted of their seamless case. Even without these embellishments, the Modello Series Case is as brilliant and alluring as ever - not only do the pictures look great, so does the case itself offering reliable protection at an affordable price.
While most people, like me, admire Apple's sheer determination to keep all of their products looking simplistic with minimal design, some others don't quite appreciate this and want to embellish the look of their iOS devices. Yeah, they could always go pick up one of the hundreds of Android phones or tablets that usually tend to sport tons of buttons (somewhat exaggerated), or they could very well pick up a new case discovered by Macotakara.jp that drastically revamps the look of the iPad by transforming it into a mini Macbook Pro.
Over the course of the next few weeks, we here at iPhone Alley will be reviewing a series of highly polished, quality cases from top manufacturers for use with the shiny, new iPad. The second in this upcoming lineup of reviews is for Cygnett's Lavish case. Priced at the affordable price of $59.99, the case has a lot to offer your new device: a chic leather surface, a folio design with multiple viewing positions, and protection.
Life is a inextricable jumble of accidents, failures, drops and whatnot that always have the potential to hinder your iPhone to some extent. While people prefer thin cases over bulkier ones, most in the recent past have been the latter by adding additional weight to your device but also protecting. LifeProof's iPhone 4/4S ($79.99) iteration of their popular line of cases aims to provide protection against many of the usual culprits that inflict damage while simultaneously providing that assurance in a sleek, form-fitted fashion.
Even though it wasn't accompanied by a formal name yesterday at Apple's media event in California, it has brought along a host of cases that can be used hand in hand to protect your prized new iPad and its shiny, pixel-packed retina display. Check out our roundup of our most favorite, best looking, awesome cases you can purchase for reliable effect.
A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit regarding the performance of the antenna of the original iPhone 4, previously known as a phenomenon dubbed Antennagate. As part of the agreement reached, owners of the original iPhone, will be allowed to choose one between two forms of compensation from
One of Apple's best aspects that they've poured their full love into is the signature iOS device screen. Other than the svelte qualities of the iPhone, with its sleek aesthetic, the capacitive touchscreen is one major forte that iOS can boast over many other competitive phones. Regardless, some people just miss external, physical buttons, and they love Apple at the same time - so for those unique people, clever designers have manufactured the Sliding Bluetooth Keyboard and Stand Case for the iPhone 4 and 4S.