Case-Mate caters for iPhone 4S
The iPhone 4S was announced only last week – but that doesn’t mean third party accessory manufacturers have gotten the memo. No sir, it seems that they were already informed of the latest iteration of the smartphone much earlier and given insider information on the dimensions, otherwise who else would they be able to churn out milimeter perfect cases to protect your soon-to-be shiny new smartphone? Case-Mate, one of the more famous names around that rolls out innovative accessories for mobile devices, has their collection of iPhone 4S cases for purchase already.
Customers are able to select from seven Case-Mate favorites in order to provide the right kind of protection for their new devices, where it will comprise of eye-catching colors as well as design-forward textures. Apart from protection, these new cases will cater to another aspect of carrying an iPhone 4S around – being cool and happening, hence delivering fashionable functionality at the same time.
We shall look at the individual Case-Mate iPhone 4S cases in detail below, starting with the $19.99 Gelli that lives up to its namesake (only when you take its pronunciation into consideration, of course). This case boasts of a striking houndstooth pattern and translucent colors that highlight cutting-edge technology, being touted as “a visually dazzling case that is sure to impress” as you pick from pink, clear and grey colors.
As for the $14.99 Vroom, it was specially created to cater for those with an on-the-go lifestyle in mind, boasting tire-tread pattern that obviously comes in black only. The $29.99 Pop! relies on an innovative co-molding technique that will merge a plastic shell with a soft rubber grip. It will come decked out with a pop modern, two-toned color combination in order to make a fashion statement that is not easily forgotten.
As for the Tough that sells for $34.99, this is the epitome of slim protection. Coming in a form fitting silicone wrap, it is capable of resisting shock, while a hard shell protects against unwanted impact. Choose from the sombre black/black or more happening pink/black color combinations. There is also the $40 Brushed Aluminum sleek case for minimalists, where black and silver help keep you looking understated and in the background.
Anyone willing to give these cases a go or would you rather wait for other manufacturers to churn out their versions?