The New Ringke by Rearth is one of the better Silicone cases I've come across for the iPhone 4. It retails for $16.99 on their website and its available in a plethora of colors. Its a really slim case and the case is shaped exactly like the iPhone 4 itself, it goes as far as to putting the notches of where the antenna is on the device.
The SGP Ultra Thin is one of the better cases on the market which are currently available for the iPhone 4. In the package you have so much included for the money you are paying. First off all, you get the case of course. You have a Steinheil LCD film protector, a nice little microfiber cloth, a logo protection film because of the cutout on the back of the case which shows off the Apple logo and 10 pieces of LED Flash diffused reflection protector which should solve the flash issue, that is if you have any issues which is very unlikely.
It's a snap on back cover for your iPhone 4 but you will say, " Hey I've seen a similar case like this. Why is this one unique?!? " Well, first of all I haven't seen a case which is better fitting, I mean it fits perfectly. The cutouts, the form-factor and the overall feel of the case will remind you of the iPhone 4's original design.
One of the reasons I love this case is that it doesn't scratch easily but it's a fingerprint magnet. Also if you go for the black version, I think it will show the fingerprints more as well as the dust specks. It adds a little bit of grip but it doesn't add bulk to the phone so you can enjoy it's original design. More of the review after the break.
It's no doubt the Swedish know how to make good sounding earphones and headphones. Nocs are a Swedish in-ear and headphone maker bringing us well designed audio products like the NS200 earphones that feature a remote and mic compatible with the iPhone, iPad, iPod and even Macs. The NS200 are Nocs' first model out of three others. The Nocs NS200 feature dynamic drivers which produce a very warm and full sound with beautiful bass that brings every song you're listening to, it's own beats. The NS200 are constructed from aluminum for maximum durability and have superb built quality. Full review after the break!
TPU cases are becoming more common these days, and that's not a bad thing because the material is a good compromise between shock protection and a grippable material. The Belkin Grip Vue has been a popular case, and today we take a look at the new updated iPod version. The Grip Vue is a simple design, being a single piece of TPU made to hug around the iPod's body. Of course, there's all the port cutouts and covers over the volume rockers. In case you don't know what TPU is, it's material that's best described as harder than silicon but softer and more flexible that plastic.
One of the affordable and easy ways of quickly customizing your iPhone 4 is by using skins, not only do these skins change the looks of your iPhone 4 and make it your own, they also provide a good amount of scratch protection. RhinoHyde are a new company that have started making these skins for the back and bezel of the iPhone 4. There are two versions from RhinoHyde, the original RhinoHyde back skins as well as RhinoKolor which are skins made for the iPhone 4's metal bezel.
This is yet another real carbon fiber case made for the iPhone 4 by MonCarbone. We have reviewed the HoverCoat in matte and glossy versions for the iPad in the past and really liked it. You cannot go wrong with the HoverCoat iPhone 4 case if you are a real carbon fiber lover. The HoverCoat case for the iPhone 4 is a back snap-on case the once you have it on your iPhone 4, you will hardly even notice it's there. It's incredibly thin and lightweight yet it feels really solid because of it's carbon fiber construction.
The iSkin Solo case for the iPhone 4 is a straight forward simple yet good looking TPU case. The Solo is one of the better TPU (Thermoplastic) on the market, it doesn't feel like a cheap case and it's very well designed. The back of the Solo has a shiny glossy finish which shows fingerprints and a bit of lint if you pick a dark color. After using the Solo for a while I found that it can get scratched easily but it isn't all that noticeable.
SwitchEasy's Reptile case for the iPad has a distinctive reptile look with it's Crocodile textured back. The Reptile case for the iPad isn't made for everyone obviously, but more for those who seek this very specific look and feel for their iPad. As you would expect from SwitchEasy the Reptile looks and feels fantastic with some extra goodies included.
The Reptile is a two piece case featuring a semi-flexible material back part (it feels a bit harder than TPU) and a polycarbonate frame that fully covers and snaps onto the rest of the case and iPad, SwitchEasy calls it the UlrtaFrame. Installing the Reptile onto the iPad is fairly easy but can take you some time getting both parts to completely sit flush together. Iv'e had some trouble getting the two parts to sit flush at some points and while everything is securely in place, I think the two parts of the case should always sit flush together without any visible gaps.