Dress Up These Best iPhone 5 Bling Cases With Free Shipping
Posted Mar 29 2013 9:32am
Like most new iPhone 4 buyers, I knew that I had to purchase a bumper to insure no antenna issues, and I wanted something to protect my fancy new purchase, especially since I have a tendency to drop small expensive items. So, I told the sales guy to ring up a black bumper and I would be on my way. Imagine my surprise when I got home and realized I paid $29 for a shockingly small amount of rubber stretched around my iPhone!
At least I was happy with my new phone, and the bumper did perform as advertised, it kept my phone safe, provided a grippy handle, and masked any antenna problems. However, after six months it finally started to fall apart.
Being cheap, I just found it very difficult to accept that I would need to budget $30 every six months to the gods at Cupertino. So, while placing an order for live crickets or some such on Amazon, I decided to buy a couple different cases and try and figure out which I liked better. And, as a bonus I would have the opportunity to share my findings with the two other folks who read this blog.
iPhone 4 is an expensive gadget and it is a must for any one to protect it from accidents. There are very cheap to most expensive iPhone 4 cases in the market and the choice of selecting a case or cover is one of the toughest decisions. We are here to give you some suggestions to choose the best iPhone 4 cases or covers. Also, iPhone 4S cases can be used for iPhone 4 as both the phones have same exterior. What is more, you can also enjoy the cheap iPhone cases free shipping.
A few notes. First, the majority of iPad cases shown here are compatible with the iPad 2 (the iPad 2 is a millimeter or so thinner). Second, while Apple's Smart Cover also works just fine with the new iPad, I've avoided including any back-only covers that are designed to be paired with the Smart Cover. Several companies, including Speck, Belkin, Incipio, STM, and Joy Factory, make nice, slim back-only covers, and they're all fairly similar. My suggestion: get one that has a piece of metal on the back so the Smart Cover magnetically adheres to it when you have it folded back from the screen. Or if you have not so much money, you can buy cheap ipad 3 cases.
Of course, this roundup only represents a fraction of the cases available for the new iPad. If you think we missed a good cover -- or just have a favorite among the ones shown -- feel free to post a comment. I'll continue to update this list until, well, the iPad 4 comes out.