If you have recently purchased an iPhone it’s worth investing in a case to protect or guard your smartphone from bumps or accidental drops. there are many stylish cases out there but all do not offer the blend of style and protection into one. That’s where Spigen iPhone Case might grab your eyeballs.
Spigen iPhone case offers superior drop protection and at the same time renders your phone a premium look. It’s hard frame is just capable of absorbing and bumps or bruises. The wide cutouts provided for the headphone makes it possible to accommodate different sorts of cable sizes. Moreover, other cutouts allow easy and fast access to various ports and buttons.
As there’s no major redesign to the smartphone, users owning Spigen case for iPhone 6 can also use it for iPhone 6S since the case is also compatible with the new version.
The selling point of Spigen’s line of iPhone 6 and 6S cases is that they’re relatively affordable. You will realize this as you go through its Amazon portal. Although, Spigen has marginally increased its online retail pricing for its most popular cases for the iPhone 6 compared to earlier iPhone versions, it continues to offer case lineup at highly discounted pricing.
Spigen Cases for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S
A new addition to Spigen’s rugged line of cases is Perfect Armor that provides complete protection for an iPhone 6s, including a screen protector.
As an iPhone users you will agree, consuming or viewing content on large display devices becomes difficult and therefore, require a bit of help from a stand. What’s more convenient than having a built-in kickstand to allow users switch to hands-free viewing. The stand is firmly affixed at the back of your protective case.
Another version – Tough Armor Volt has a built-in Qi charging receiver that easily plugs into the Lightning port on your phone. It is the only version that features a hard polycarbonate midsection piece with a matte finish coating that gives the cover a little more grip.
This, however, has one shortfall – it very easily and prominently show fingerprints. So, just be sure about the color you pick for Tough Armor for iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus case when you are out in the market for buying it.
On the left side of the case, one can find a narrow opening for the mute switch that does require a fingernail to reach through the cutout.
Underneath are the Tough Armor’s integrated TPU covered volume buttons, which aren’t as easy to press as the iPhone 5 version of this case. Also, additional force is required to press on the Tough Armor’s integrated buttons.
On the rear side, the pill-shaped camera opening seems to have been properly outlined so as to ensure there is no interfere with the LED flashlight.
Please note that you don’t get complete device protection because, like every phone, the bottom of the iPhone remains exposed to give access to the inlets for microphone and speaker.
The above reviewed, Tough Armor is a two-piece case but while installing the case on the iPhone the polycarbonate frame can be removed and replaced with a different colored polycarbonate frame, available for purchase individually from Spigen.