The wait is finally over, as new iPhone models have been announced. And right on cue, case vendors have announced a slew of new protective accessories. Welcome to a special edition of our weekly iPhone-case roundup.Read Full Article
Apple's new iPhones haven't been announced yet, but cases are already available for them, with plenty more on the way.
Not a day seems to go by without some new leaked image of an iPhone 5S or 5C part, which has taken a lot of the mystery out of what Apple will unveil on September 10. But that's a good thing for accessory makers who want to have cases ready to go at launch (if you remember, Apple didn't have any cases in its stores when the iPhone 5 launched, which frustrated a lot of consumers).
Yes, you read the headline correctly. Hard Candy Cases has beaten Apple to the punch by sending out a press release for cases for products that don't officially exist at this point. The company is jumping on the hopeful rumor bandwagon by pinging the tech press with word of these cases -- which (conveniently for the manufacturer) aren't available until October 2013.Read Full Article
There is no “iPhone 5C,” at least officially. Still, that hasn’t stopped Hard Candy Cases from announcing a new line of cases for the new device. The HarvestCraft Slider is available now for preorder at hardcandycases.com.
Priced at $39.95, the new cases are available in nine different colors. These include: red, antique white, beige, black, dark green, orange, pink, silver, and teal blue.
Hard Candy Cases is the latest company to unveil new cases for Apple’s upcoming iPhones, debuting its HarvestCraft Slider ($40) for iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. The slider cases come in three different color combinations per base color package.Read Full Article
We have no clear idea what Apple’s next iPhone(s) will look or feel like, but that hasn’t stopped accessory makers from getting a jump on the competition. Hard Candy has unveiled a new line of smartphone cases that it says are made specifically for Apple’s rumored iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.Read Full Article
Last Christmas, my husband bought me an iPad and I absolutely fell in love with it but I was concerned about letting the kids play on it because I didn’t want it to get damaged or scratched up. Unfortunately, I couldn’t hold out for long and eventually started letting them play games on it and watch their favorite movies and television shows on it.Read Full Article