The iPhone 5 is a beautiful slab of aluminum, so it stands to reason that many customers are looking for a case that provides protection and at the same time, doesn’t hide it. Clear cases and to a lesser extent translucent cases do just that and there’s a new entry in this category from Poetic. It’s thin, lightweight and the translucent casing allows the Apple logo show through. It’s got plenty going for it, but is it worthy of protecting your iPhone 5. Read on for our full Poetic Atmosphere Case for iPhone 5 review.
I remember when I first held the iPhone 5. It felt fake. Incredibly thin and light, in part due to the aluminum casing, which apparently is susceptible to scuffing. Some say scuffing adds character, but I’m not in that crowd. I like my devices to remain as if they were just removed from the box. I’m willing to take the trade-off of added bulk for an iPhone that stays in pristine condition. That being said, I’m always conflicted because I want to experience the thin, light design of the iPhone 5 as intended by Jony Ive and company. I was […]
In the ever competitive iPhone 5 cases market, Incipio strategy is to offer two-in-one. The DualPro case is part silicone case and part hard-shell, offering the promise of signifcantly more protection than their Ultra-Light Feather case. Will these two join forces to create an incredibly good iPhone 5 case? Read on for our complete Incipio Dual PRO for iPhone 5 case review.
The slider case is one of the more popular styles of iPhone case and it stands to reason. They are easy to install, offer a good amount of protection and don’t typicallly add much bulk to the iPhone. Splash offers their take on this popular style with their slim-fit case. Read on for our full Splash Cruiser Slim-Fit Slider Case for iPhone 5 review to see if this case is worthy of protecting your iPhone 5.
3M, one of the largest global brands, now offers screen protectors for the iPad. There are no shortage of screen protectors and back skins for the iPad, with a range of prices that range from dirt cheap to upwards of $50. None of them offer all encompassing protection, so providing your iPad with the absolute best coverage can get costly, given you’ll have to add a few bucks for a case. Some would cringe at the very thought of applying anything to the screen, while some folks leave the factory plastic on until their screen protector arrives, counting the days […]
After just few months since I conducted a review of the third generation iPad, Apple took many by surprise by introducing the iPad 4 or fourth generation iPad. With the decision to drop the 30-pin connector for the shiny new Lightning connector on the iPhone 5, there was plenty of scuttlebutt that perhaps we’d see a minor revision of the iPad 3, to include the new connector. A quiet, but necessary update to get their all of their product portfolio updated to using Lightning. Apple’s recent special event saw the iPad mini announcement, but perhaps the most surprising news was […]
Apple’s iPad mini is a 7.9-inch version of the popular tablet. It’s billed as being every inch an iPad. That’s both true and false, when comparing it to its bigger brother, the new fourth generation iPad. There’s good and bad here. Depending on you, the balance could shift in either direction. In our iPad mini review, I’ll provide you a comprehensive look at Apple’s new tablet. The addition of a new member to the iPad family is both a curse and blessing. Choice is great, but it will also make for a difficult decision. Should you buy the iPad mini […]
New for 2012 is the fifth generation iPod touch, the first major update since September of 2010. Last year saw the addition of a new color (white), but the hardware remained the same. So what’s new and were the updates worth the wait? Read on for our full iPod touch 5th generation review. Bigger Display The biggest change with the new iPod touch is the larger 4-inch display that it shares with the new iPhone 5. I’m of the opinion that despite it’s music player origins, the demographic for this device does so for it’s gaming prowess. The 16×9 ratio […]
With so many devices, apps, and social networks in existence, your friends, families, and acquaintances are sure to be on a list somewhere. Whether that somewhere is in Facebook, your iPhone’s contact list, or just sitting in your Gmail account; Brewster aims to help you round up that mess into an organized one-stop-shop. Read on to learn about its uses and features in our Brewster for iPhone review.
Searching for a local SportsRadio to my area, I came across an iPad (and iPhone) app called Radio.com. While many radio app exists, Radio.com quickly became one of my go-to radio apps. Featuring Music, News, and Sports Radio’s – there is truly a taste of everything held inside this one. Read on for more details.