What if you could take Spigen's ultra tough and ruggedized Tough Armor and Slim Armor S cases and turn them into more slimmer protective cases that would better showcase your iPhone 5s or iPhone 5 while also enabling you to customize them using a slew of colorful graphic art designs? Well, you can and there's a new case that does just that. Spigen's Ultra Hybrid is a case that combines the best features of the Tough Armor case with a transparent see-through back design all while reducing the thickness and bulk of Spigen's toughest and most protective case ever. But there's more to it, so be sure to make your way down below to our full review of the Ultra Hybrid!Read More
Case-Mate is a well known company fluent in everything iPhone accessory. With the recent launch of Apple's iPhone 5s, Case-Mate has released a variety of new cases to keep your new phone protected, and in style. Whether you need a slim and minimalistic design, a tough and rugged design, or a convenient functionality design, Case-Mate is there to offer you a hand. We have received their new Naked Tough (middle), Barely There ID, and Caliber (left) case to see if they're worthy of being your new iPhone 5s' go-to protection. To see how they stood up against the Gadgetmac review process, head on past the break!Read More
Got that gold fever that's been spreading around? If you're looking for an instant cure of fancyness, Spigen has you covered with its new Champagne Gold collection of cases that are unquestionably the gold iPhone 5s' best hope for a matching protective case. Spigen has sent us the Saturn and Tough Armor cases dabbled in a fresh coat of gold finish to have a look at up close and personal, so hop your way past the barrier to find out what we think.Read More
SwitchEasy has brought back its Tones series of iPhone cases, one of the perennial favorites amongst iPhone 5 users. And instead of using the same exact concept as before, SwitchEasy made some adjustments to welcome Apple's new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c devices. Today we'll be taking a look at SwitchEasy's Tones cases for both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. The two share a similar familiar two-tone styling and co-moulded hybrid concept from before, with the exception of a few minor differences that shape the two cases to their respective devices. The ultra-slim NUDE case is also making a welcome comeback, and we've got one for the iPhone 5c to check out. So be sure to check out the full review on these three cases after the break.Read More
Although SwitchEasy is most known for its unique and audacious case designs, it does have a number of really minimalist and basic cases that are simplistic by the very definition. SwitchEasy's new Numbers case for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c is just that, simple but protective. But that's not all it is, the Numbers case is one of SwitchEasy's more affordable offerings and even so, it doesn't skip on small details like defensive features. Check out the full review to find out what we think of it!Read More
Now that we've concluded our reviews of Apple's official cases for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, it's time that we check out what third party case makers have been up to. Starting with SwitchEasy. This company has been around for the longest time making some amazingly unique cases for Apple's iPhones since day one. And every case SwitchEasy would release went on to become a smashing success. This time, SwitchEasy's Shades case for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 caught us off guard. The Shades case is rocking a curved body lacquered with glosses-up polycarbonate, isn't apologetic about it, and sells itself as an elegant, all-around protective case featuring a translucent gradient colored shell as its name suggests. But before you grab this shady case and hit up the beach, there are a few things you should know first.
What better way to start our first case review for the iPhone 5s than with Apple's official case for it, the amply named iPhone 5s Case. And unlike Apple's iPhone 5c Case we reviewed, this one hasn't fallen victim to cyber bullying and name calling. Why? Because Apple wasn't as daring with the iPhone 5s Case as it was with its perforated iPhone 5c Case, and it kept things very basic to an utmost minimalist of design. Made from what Apple calls "premium" non-Italian leather, each iPhone 5s Case features nothing but a slimming design made to encapsulate your iPhone 5s with your choice of six, dye-infused leather colors and a bill for $39.
What makes Apple's official iPhone 5s Case different from all the rest? Can Apple beat some of the best leather case manufacturers on the market with its one and only leather-made iPhone 5s case? Find out in our full review after the cut!Read More