Some people tend to prefer the risk of damaging their naked iPhones over slapping a protective case onto the device. The reason? Cases usually diminish the natural elegance of the bare iPhone and instead replace it with generic polycarbonate or silicone (in most situations). However, for those users who are willing to come halfway rather than possibly damaging their phones without any protector or using a case, there are numerous other solutions currently available. Part of the company's Original Series, Mujjo's Sleeve for the iPhone 5 ($45) is a top contender despite its rather high pricing.
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.
I’ve never really owned a pouch for my iPod, so I didn’t really know what to expect when I received the iPod Suede Jacket from Waterfield Design. Would it be good, or would it be bad? Only time would tell, and it sure did! I recently got the new iPod
As you might remember, BGR posted an interesting guide to getting out of a T-Mobile account for free before it expires. Now two more guides have come out of the woodwork for users of Verizon and Sprint Nextel, as well as a few other techniques.
AT&T has announced the official prices for the iPhone 3G in the US. The iPhone 3G will be priced at $199 for the 8GB and $299 for all customers who sign up for a two year contract and meet any of the following criteria.
Rogers is notoriously disliked by their customers for what they consider to be stingy, and likewise very expensive, data plans. So, not surprisingly, when Rogers announced their plans last week for the iPhone 3G, none of which had unlimited data plans but all of which were fairly expensive nonetheless, most of those who were anticipating getting an iPhone were pretty upset. Upset enough that they have decided to rally together to demonstrate their displeasure with a petition at RuinediPhone.com. Since then the response has been awe-inspiring.
When I talk to people about getting an iPhone, the number one reason for waiting is usually due to having a contract with another carrier. Sure, the iPhone is shiny, but who really wants to pay $175 to get out of a contract? Reader David sent in a tip to aide individuals facing this dilemma. If you're locked into a contract you can easily get rid of it by using a cellular plan trading site.