Thursday, December 19, 2013

It seems like everyone and their grandmother has an iPhone these days. The fact is, it’s a popular phone, and it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. It’s also very expensive, which means you have probably looked into iPhone cases to help keep your phone intact for as long as possible. There are several different options you have when it comes to a case for your phone. You can get one that protects it like a force field, one that personalizes it, or one that’s more functional.

Mass Protection

If you’re looking for protection for your phone, there are many more options now than there were even a couple of years ago. You can get a simple screen protector, which can prevent scratches, or you can get a more extreme one that is shatterproof. Dropping your phone at some point is inevitable, so a shatterproof screen protector might be worth considering, since a good drop can render your phone useless. You can also get a rubbery or bulky case that can protect the outside of your phone. These vary in size, texture, price, and protection level, depending on how clumsy you are.

Personal Touch

Another option for a case is to get one that represents you. If you are simple and don’t want to make too much of a statement, then a basic, single-color slide-on case might be a good option for you. If you are into animal prints, they now have cases of varying materials in the pattern you’d want, including zebra and leopard prints. Of course, you can choose sparkly cases or ones with a more masculine touch. Plus, you can find some very good deals on cases that use a personal picture or design of your own.

Functional Cases

Finally, you may want to protect your phone but keep it on hand. There are iPhone cases that function as wallets and pouches. These can hold your credit cards and cash along with your phone. This keeps your phone constantly covered and provides a barrier in case you drop it. Plus, you’ll never forget your phone, or your license, as long as you remember one or the other.



Posted by LadyJava On Thursday, December 19, 2013 No comments


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