It's that time again--time to figure out what to do to keep your brand new iPhone 4 safe and secure from all of life's awful doings. Whatever you're doing on a daily basis, don't let your iPhone become a victim. Instead, check out these cases and see which one best suits your lifestyle and your personality.
Also, check out this week's Win to see how you can score a pack of sweet Speck cases, including the one featured in this week's Best Case Scenario.
It's been quite a while since the iPad's initial release, but plenty of companies are still debuting cases that can help your tablet device get through even the most perilous of situations. This week, for Best Case Scenario, we're reviewing the rugged Trident Kraken, the tough Otterbox iPad Defender Series, the camoflauged Sumo iPad sleeve and the stylish Sena Collega.
If you've got fingers the size of Snickers bars and find the iPad's on screen keyboard on the difficult side of sanity to use for typing anything more robust than a quick email, you'll want to pay attention to the BL-BKB76 case made by the Shenzhen Paoluy Silicone Technology Company, and recently registered with the FCC.
Cases--we needed them to shield our iPhone 4s and our iPads from the inevitable crash and burn they could suffer after months of hardcore usage. Not only that, but with all the movies you're making with your iPhone 4, there's bound to be a time you'll drop it onto the floor, just to see that gorgeous retina display shatter into a million little pieces. Or, at least, force you to high tail it to the Apple Store for a replacement unit.
In the classic Edgar Allan Poe story, "The Purloined Letter," the secret of where the missing letter is hidden is that it is hidden in plain sight. Tarted up a touch to look perfectly ordinary, the letter is overlooked by the best detectives in Paris.
Apparently, some Japanese commuters have the same idea for stashing their iPads.
Dr. Dre’s been known for crafting party-starting beats since the mid-1980s when he was part of the World Class Wreckin’ Cru. While the Cru’s break-dance tracks and electro slow-jams would later be eclipsed by his work with N.W.A. and as a solo artist, there’s no doubt that Dre’s been rocking our headphones since the days of the Walkman. And now we get a chance rock his ’phones.
Do you use your iPad while riding public transit? iPad commuters of the world - this is your time! Fear not the beat down,
nor the veiled threat of the sweatshirt-swaddled hooligan! Unleash your
inner Warrior-Geek and multi-touch your tablets with pride - Mac|Life
will show you the way!
After forking over $500-$700 for a Wi-Fi iPad this past weekend, the thought of spending more money on a stand to allow you to fully enjoy all of the wonders that your new purchase has to offer might leave some consumers feeling a little queazy.