iPhone 6(s+)

Griffin Identity Review – iPhone 6


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Griffin comes out with another decent iPhone case!

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Griffin Identity Review - iPhone 6 - Multi-Part Case


Griffin Identity – A great case with one flaw

The Griffin Identity a case that’s a little more flashy than Griffin’s other cases and surprisingly, it does fairly well. It comes in three pieces, is drop rated to 4ft/1.2m and comes with a screen protector though we’re not big fans of it.

For our Griffin Identity review, we’ve given it a score of 4.4 Eh’s out of 5. It scores just a smidge lower than the Survivor core and a tad higher than the Slim Armor. We prefer all three of these cases over Griffin’s Survivor All Terrain for everyday use. If you rather read the rest of the review, head over to the website and if you’re going to get a Griffin Case, check out the comparison table!

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 Griffin Identity
(out of 5)

Full Review
$34.99 USD

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- iPhone feels solid in the case
- Decent screen protector
- Thin (if screen protector isn't used)
- Tougher than most other slim cases
- Dust/debris may be an issue
Potential ProblemsPotential Problems:
- If using the Identity as a bumper, dust/debris will get between the iPhone and case
Design Rating
(Griffin Identity)
Weight/Bulk/InstallationWeight/Bulk/Install (3.5/5):
- Very thin if used without the screen protector
- Almost as thick as the Survivor Slim with some Identity versions
Build QualityBuild Quality (4.5/5):
- Holds up well over time
- Back and bumper can easily come apart
Protection Rating
(Griffin Identity)
General ProtectionGeneral Protection (4.5/5):
- Drop rated to 4ft or 1.2m
- Screen protector is included
- Dust/debris may become an issue
- Not as tough as the Griffin Survivor Core and Survivor Slim(6ft/2m drop protection)
Functionality Rating
(Griffin Identity)
iPhone FunctionalityiPhone Functionality (5/5):
- Buttons on the iPhone are easy to use
- Able to use any sized Lightning cable or headphones
- Handles very well
Screen FunctionalityScreen Functionality (4.5/5):
- No issues with the iPhones screen functionality
- Screen protector has an adhesive back so there are no gaps
- No reduction in the quality of the iPhone's screen
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Design – Different thickness for different Griffin Identities?

Griffin Identity Review - iPhone 6 - Multiple Designs

In terms of design, the size of the case can be quite thick or it could be quite thin depending on the version of the Griffin Identity that you get. On the iPhone 6 Plus, we purchased an Idenity whose back looks like a speaker grill that has a slight round on the back so coupled with the screen protector, this Identity is almost as thick as the Survivor Slim. However, on the iPHone 6, we had the graphite version, which has a back that is flush on the back, which makes the iPhone case quite thin.

In terms of build quality, the I’m not a big fan of how the case goes together as the back breaks out from the bumper fairly easily. Other than that, the case seems to keep together fairly well.


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  1. Chris

    July 10, 2015 at 10:26 pm

    Aaron, just out of curiosity, when you say “we” in some of your videos, are you just being humble, or are there actually more than one person who runs this site? In some of your videos from the Jurassic period, I see another reviewer here and there, but I haven’t seen that in any more recent videos. Just curious…. Thanks.

    • Aaron Ho

      July 13, 2015 at 2:55 pm

      When I say “we”, I’m referring to the Mobile Reviews Eh! brand. In the written reviews, I use “we” and in the videos I use “I”.

      There was another reviewer a couple of years ago but that was when Mobile Reviews Eh!, was a side project of my consulting firm. Shit hit the fan over a year ago and I decided to shut down the consulting portion of the company and focus on this full time since I found it more enjoyable.

  2. Darrick

    January 7, 2016 at 5:20 am

    Aaron, does this case fit the iPhone 6s Plus?

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