Griffin wants to take good care of your new iPhones
So, you have been bitten by the phone upgrade bug, so much so that you have already blown this year’s Christmas budget on picking up either the new iPhone 6s or the iPhone 6s Plus? Regardless, having a spanking new piece of technology is always an exciting experience, and you will also feel as though your heart has suffered from some cuts if you were to drop the new handset onto the cold, hard concrete floor. Griffin knows this, which is why they have come up with cases for Apple’s new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. After all, as iPhones end up smarter, faster and more integrated into every aspect of our lives, they will obviously require new cases that will offer adequate and ample protection for these indispensable devices every step of the way.
First of all would be the Survivor cases, that has been specially designed and tested to meet or exceed military standards and offer extreme-duty protection. This means outfitting your new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus with the Survivor cases can alleviate a whole lot of worry or fear, thanks to the Survivor Summit and Survivor Journey.
The Survivor Summit is meant to be the industry’s thinnest iPhone case that can survive 10-foot (3-meter) drops onto concrete, where the initial investment would cost you $49.99 to $59.99 – small price to pay against that of a screen replacement, don’t you think so? Sporting a weatherproof design that prevents rain, dirt, dust, mud, snow and splashes from getting in and damaging the phone, it takes everything that comes its way without nary a complaint.
As for the Survivor Journey range, the new ultra-thin, ultra-tough Survivor Journey that retails for $29.99 to $39.99 has been specially built to withstand 6.6-foot (2-meter) drops onto concrete. This is made possible thanks to the multiple layers that make up the entire case, as its Impact Dispersion System cushions and cradles the phone inside a rigid, shatterproof shell.