Clean and beautiful, the i+Case for iPhone 4S and 4 looks good in any situation. From the streets to the club and even on the sidelines
Clean and beautiful, the i+Case for iPhone 4S and 4 looks good in any situation. From the streets to the club and even on the sidelines. The i+Case accents your iPhone 4S and 4 with a sleek aluminium silhouette.
The i+Case is machined from a single block of aluminum and then goes through an anodization process. This process increases durability and overall resistance to corrosion. Laser etched details compliments the modern design.
This extremely lightweight metal case attaches to your phone with four stainless steel screws, screwdriver included. Accompanying buttons are micro-machined and designed to seamlessly integrate into the i+Cases's design. The end result is a cutting edge, aerodynamic case that compliments and blends seamlessly with your iPhone 4 series phone.
- Slim metal profile showcases more of your iPhone 4S and 4
- Minimalist, form-fit feature covers corners and protects better than plastic cases
- Available in silver, black and red
- Minimal assembly required, tool kit with mini-screw driver, screws and aluminum buttons (Volume, On/Off, Mute) included
- Access to all ports and functions
- Weight: 16grams
Compatible with AT&T, Verizon ,Sprint and International iPhone 4S and iPhone 4
International shipping rates may apply ($7-$9).
We will send out a survey at project close to ask the color as well as other things like address and shipping.
We are still working on the costs for shipping, but we expect it to be under $10.
We get this question a lot and there's more that plays into signal strength than the case. Apple has upgraded their whole antenna configuration and should help with any potential signal issues over prior versions. >> http://www.macrumors.com/2011/10/04/iphone-4s-includes-significant-antenna-upgrades/
However, as I stated there's more to it than just the antenna. If your device doesn't have a case you can still see signal issues depending on how the device is held, where the towers are, etc. There are so many variables that effect this. The goal for this case was to reduce an potential signal issues the best we can. But with any case it's almost impossible to eliminate them because you are physically covering the antenna at it's source. If you see from this picture >>(http://kck.st/pDJgm2) we've added some EVA lining to help mitigate any potential problems.
Please also see update #6 http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1791911961/i-case-iphone-4s-and-iphone-4-bumper-case/posts/130738
Jason & Chung
If you've missed the project deadline for KickStarter there's no other way to pledge and receive the product at the reduced price since the projects closed.. We've opened up a spot to purchase these First Edition cases, linked below.
LINK >> http://www.ipluscase.com/
Most falls typically end up striking the edge of the phone. It's very difficult to drop a phone parallel to a surface and land flat. Most screen cracks occur because of a point load on the perimeter.
You'll even see in the video above that when the screen cracked there was a point load on the edge that caused it.