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June 17, 2016 at 3:38 pm
MobileReviews has been extremely helpful in choosing a case for my new iPhone 6: the Rhinoshield screen protector and PlayProof case (ordered but not received). This combination promises to provide an exceptional level of protection.
However the device I use constantly is not an iPhone, but an iPod G6 in a Griffin All-Terrain case. I can tolerate the bulkiness of the All Terrain, but I am continually frustrated by the screen protector which is sporadically unresponsive and has to be reseated, and by the tackiness of the outer cover which makes insertion and removal from a pocket a struggle.
The Rhinoshield system would be ideal, but like so many case manufacturers these days, they ignore the iPod market. Have you any suggestions.
July 31, 2016 at 9:52 am
So I’m looking for a case that can stand water … While having my ear buds plugged in and can be charged by the sun … Does that exist ? And if not … why not ? Am I asking too much ?
If I can’t drop my phone in water (mostly a pool … Not a toilet) that has chemicals … And apple offers $299 to replace bc the chemicals will over time damage the phone and ur wireless service can charge up to $799 for a replacement (in my case a replacement of a replacement) … Do I need to go to wireless headphones while getting a tan … Thus the solar powered headphones (which don’t exist … But u could make a ton of money off of and is enviromentaly friendly and a cell phone that charges off of light / sun … Which doesn’t exist … And a charger case that we pay money for that is solar powered … Which exist but is only available at Radio Shack ) would be a good invention
2nd question … Is the quick charge worth it ? And why do u have to pay extra for the Lightning USB ? I mean … U should be able to use ur regular iPhone USB with the Kwick Charge technology … Right ?
Too many ?’s I know … So sorry
September 5, 2017 at 8:09 pm
It would be great to have table of the cases’ weight and HxLxW for the thin cases to see if any real differences. Nice site. Thanks.