If you're the super-protective type of person, this week is all about catering to your needs. We've got iPhone 5 cases by the score and there are tons and tons of protective options that will cradle your baby like it was a baby. Get the droppies, regularly? Not so much of a problem with cases like these and they're crazy good prices.
Remember how Best Case Scenario was a bi-weekly thing? One of those twice-monthly columns that lumped in a bunch of stuff together, making it difficult for you to really pick out the review you wanted of an iPhone or iPad case? Those days are long gone. We're going with a brand new, weekly format so you can easily keep track of the latest cases and decide if it's worth spending your hard earned cash on.
This week, I'm reviewing this very stylish, but not very functionable, Retro Camera Case from Freshfiber. It's a quirky way to dress up your iPhone and give it some of the same mechanical functions as an old school camera, but it's really not too practical when it comes to actually protecting your iPhone. Read on.
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.
In this week's Best Case Scenario, I review four very interesting iPhone 4/4S cases. Two of the cases hold your credit cards, two of them are made of genuine, real cow-hide leather, and one of them is scratch-resistant. Read on to find out who, what, where, and why!
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.