The pending relaunch of iPhone Alley as a whole has been a tease to our readers, undoubtedly. In the past few months, the launch date has changed quite a few times as reflection of the countless struggles we've faced behind the scenes to assure that the all-new, redesigned iPhone Alley unanimously surpasses everyone's expectations. As a token of appreciation for all of those who have stuck alongside us, iPhone Alley is offering its readers the chance the exclusive chance to win big. In light of the relaunch, which is coming incredibly soon, iPhone Alley has teamed up with case provider, Otterbox as well as numerous iOS developers - click to enter!
OtterBox, undoubtedly one of the most widely-recognized manufacturer of reputable mobile accessories, was among the first to put out a protective solution for the iPhone 5 after the device was announced last month at Apple's annual fall conference. Amid the four cases that were unveiled, was the popular Defender series case ($49.95), which we'll be taking a look at today.
One of the biggest players in the case industry for pretty much any mobile device you could possibly lay a finger on has taken a bite into the newly-introduced iPhone 5 market with the announcement of four cases. A continuation of the company's defined series of cases, OtterBox has began to offer pre-orders on the acclaimed Defender Series, Commuter Series, Reflex Series and Prefix Series.
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.
Most people want to preserve the natural elegance of the new iPad while also admiring the thin aspect that the tablet boasts over others in its respective market. Often many don't want a bulky case for their iPads, but some want rugged protection - with smartphones, the range of available accessories that can do just that is diverse, though with the iPad the selection is quite limited leaving the Otterbox Defender ($89.95), the most heavy-duty of their line of cases, a top contender for those seeking quality protection for their new iPads.
The elegance of the iPhone 4S and its predecessor is, undeniably, irresistible. Jony Ive and his team have done an incredible job in keeping the handset looking slender and unique among others. The svelte qualities of the device are incomparable to others smartphones of the same breed, so you surely
OtterBox is no doubt the best of the bests when it comes to making durable, rugged cases for all of your electronics, and they’re certainly mine and many others’ favorites. All of their cases, no matter what series, are at the top of their brackets, and that’s rightly so. iPhone
Now that idiots have made this Saturday, May 21, 2011 a “guaranteed” date for the ultimate impending doom – the beginning of a six-month apocalypse, it is only fitting that the most feature-rich device arguably ever assists you in going above and beyond the rest of the troubled pack (of
We posted a review on OtterBox’s defender series just a few weeks ago which highlighted the case’s many pros – sadly along with some cons too. However, the case was just as much worth it even with all of the cons included in the picture. If you’re not looking for
Ah, the joy when I got my very first OtterBox case in the mail specific for the iPod Touch 2G. It brought on a new wave of freshness renewing my device’s features and sort of just stood out compared to the many other cases that I owned for my “seemingly