taat2d said:I mDe a complete 360... I went from the Lifeproof to the Otterbox. Then I didn't like THAT case so I ended up trying the Griffin Reveal. It offers minimal protection, but I LOVE how it fits, looks & feels in my hand. I especially like that it keeps the phone looking like the phone and NOT a paper weight.
I like it sooo much, that I started looking at the aluminum bumper cases. But... I'm reading how those are big time signal killers. DON'T wanna do that. So in my search I came across the Formula 4 with Carbon Fiber. I forget who makes it. So I think I'm gonna order it and see how I like it. It's the closest looking to an aluminum bumper without being aluminum. It's plastic and the back is Carbon Fiber.
I recently purchased the iPhone 4s and have been looking for a case that is not to thin nor to bulky. I just placed an order for a Otterbox Commutter case black including a INCIPIO Silicrylic case white silver. After doing some research and contacting the seller to get more details on the two cases. I was told that these two cases fall right in between what I'm looking for. The Otterbox commutter case has great protection from impacts and is not as bulky as the Defender series nor to slim as the impact series I was told. I asked about the INCIPIO and had the same advice not as thin as the Incipio Feather case nor bulky like the Incipio Destroyer case. The Silicrylic also has two layer protection I was told a silicone underneath with a hard shell outside. Anyway I ordered the two cases because he said I can try them out and return the one I don't want within a 30 day period. Hopefully arrives soon. I can include the information where I got it from below and can let you know what I actually think once in my hands.Does anybody have the INCIPIO Silicrylic and why is it good?!
kingnba6 said:guys i need some help. im getting a 4s to replace my 4. i want to get a new case and i want the case to have a battery. i really want good protection around the edges like the morphie case gives. but i am used to have otterbox cases which come with dust protectors. do any battery cases come with like headphone dust protectors?
DeniDoman said:Yes, someday... But now, it translate "iPhone translation apps" like "iPhone apps translation". Second sentence translation is correct
So, i chose a case for my iPhone, it will be:
Melkco Leather Case for Apple iPhone 4S - Jacka ID Type.
guys i need some help. im getting a 4s to replace my 4. i want to get a new case and i want the case to have a battery. i really want good protection around the edges like the morphie case gives. but i am used to have otterbox cases which come with dust protectors. do any battery cases come with like headphone dust protectors?
I like my Boost case but there are no dust protectors on it.
Amazon.com: Boost Case Plus - Protective Case & 2200mAh Extended Battery for iPhone 4 4S (Fits all models iPhone 4S /4): Cell Phones & Accessories
I have the PhoneSuit Elite for the iPhone 4s and it works great. It provides extra protection around the edges - not too much, but just right - and it comes with a couple of plastic screen protectors. It is not bulky like some battery cases, but it does add weight to the phone. You have to charge the case once - I usually do it before bedtime - and you are good to go all day. If your phone goes down, you just flip the tab on the bottom and the phone charges while you use it. Phonesuit provides excellent customer service too.