I'm not a fan of the Smart Cover because I'm not particularly satisfied with the fact that my iPad's backend is completely open to a world filled with scratchy things. I usually lean toward folio-style cases to keep the iPad protected, and fortunately Incipio has plenty of offerings. This week, we're reviewing the Incipio Slim Kickstand folio case for the third-generation iPad. It's exactly the kind of quality we expect from an Incipio case, and it nicely accentuates the iPad's svelte figure.
Your new iPad is finally in your hands and it's glowing, probably because of the crisp brightness of that new Retina Display. You should protect that super sleek, shiny chassis with a case. Here's five that we've reviewed that check out and are a perfect fit for your new toy.
We've got cases and apps and a whole lot more on sale for you this week. If you're looking for some great headphones for just a fraction of the cost, you've come to the right place. Yeah, you're looking at an iPhone case over there...
Because what would CES be without rows and rows of iPhone and iPad cases? If you're the type to swap out cases as quickly as you change outfits, click through the gallery for a glance at some of the cooler cases featured at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Some cases are utilitarian and protect your iPhone from harm, while others are just there for the sake of being bedazzled. Either way, here's a glimpse at the heaping of options you're bound to see in the new year. Happy shopping!
This week, we take a look back at the very best of 2011. Whether you're looking for a gift for someone with an iOS device, or even a MacBook, we've got you covered. Read on for 2011's best case scenarios.
Since the iPad debuted a couple of years ago, people have been trying to turn it into a low-cost, lightweight replacement laptop. Adding a Bluetooth keyboard is a good start, of course, but then you’re stuck lugging around two separate items. That’s hardly an argument for being able to simplify your life with an iPad. Or is it? Logitech’s Fold-Up Keyboard turns your iPad into a Transformer, letting you use it tablet-style, or with a full-size keyboard when you need a productivity boost.
In this week's Best Case Scenario, I ignored the fact that you just dropped gobs of money on that brand new iPhone 4S and reviewed iPad 2 cases instead. Mostly because a majority of the cases that fit the CDMA iPhone 4 will also fit your iPhone 4S. It's like magic! Money-saving magic. Maybe.
This week, check out a protective snap-on case from Macally, a very-thin carrier from Bodyguardz, a faux-SmartCover case from Griffin and a super-secure Security Case from Kensington. Read on!
Whether you waited in line or at home for the UPS delivery person, the last thing you want to do is sour that wait time by dropping your brand new iPhone 4S to its death. Okay, fine, that was kind of dramatic. But it is still made out of glass and prone to scratches and cracks. Protect it with a case from this week's Best Case Scenario.
Oh, those pesky iPads. They're always put on the back burner when a new iPhone comes out, aren't they? After all, that tablet is so tablet-sized! You can't hide it from evil doers or pick pockets or even some little kid who needs a good distraction. And because of that, you'll want to protect the heck out of your iPad with a case. And that's what Best Case Scenario is here for: to help you pick the right case.
This week, we've got iPad 2 cases from Griffin, Waterfield Designs and Cygnett. Plus, another one of those beautiful book-bound iPad 2 cases from Australian-based company FieldFolio.
The iPad 2 is great for simple daily tasks like checking email, web browsing, and casual gaming. But iOS’s onscreen keyboard can be frustrating when you need to do some serious typing. Even with loads of practice, virtual keys will never replace the flow of a real keyboard. Fortunately, the latest trend in iPad acessories is Bluetooth-enabled keyboard cases that do double duty, transforming your iPad 2 into a tiny laptop computer and protecting your tablet while they’re at it.