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Top 10 Luxury iPhone Cases

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

The iPhone Cases are back. From classy to trendy, there’s one to fit every style.
Since your iPhone is extremely expensive, it is crucial to protect it. Let’s take a look at the top 10 luxury iPhone Cases.

1. Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton is come out with four different flavors of iPhone cases: Monogram Canvas, Taiga Leather, Epi Leather and Alligator Skin. The leather detailing just gives it that extra oomph.  LV logo is definitely worth the price, which ranges from $225 for the Monogram Canvas case to $1120 for the Alligator Skin case.

2. Ultra Case Luxury Edition Royal Crown – $179.99

Ultra Case Luxury Edition Royal Crown has a lot going on. It’s hard to know where to begin. It has a dazzling range of Swarovski crystals topped with a jeweled crown. The massive, artificial crystal at the back of this case is the main reason for its whopping price. Other than this, it’s heart-shaped, to make a few hearts pound.

3. SGP Ott-Paint Ultra Thin Limited Edition Gariz Case – $249.99

This case designed jointly by Gariz Design and United SGP Corporation is for those looking for sleek design and small size. Check out this glittery case marvelously painted with Ott. It is a special chemical paint that is not only flame retardant and heat resistant but also waterproof, mothproof, antiseptic and antibacterial.  This luxury case is a lesson in style at its best.

4. Swarovski Wildcat

If you’re a fan of leopard-spot pattern, this luxury iPhone case is for you. This luxurious case seems subtle. Nevertheless, if you take a closer look at it, you will see Swarovski crystals arranged by hand in a leopard-spot pattern.

5. Orbino Strada

A chic design with unique patented belt clip/pedestal is what differentiates Orbino Strada cases from the rest. The removable belt clip is made of palladium metal and it can even be used to support your iPhone so you can watch videos at your desk.

6. GlitterRing iPhone Cover

GlitterRing iPhone Covers are the most perfect in style and technology. You can get over 1,000 genuine Swarovski crystals embedded over your iPhone cases. GlitterRing’s premium cases even comprise a repair kit with extra crystals.

7. Miniot’s iWood

Miniot’s iWood cases are made using Chinese raw lacquer, clear lacquer, pigment and silver foil.

8. Softbank BB Samurai iPhone cases

Samurai iPhone cases are designed with traditional Japanese lacquer ware. Its unique design , and materials are all superior than most of the cases in the market.

The luxury iPhone cases stand out amongst the crowd due to their style.

9. Diamond iPhone Case

Diamond iPhone Cases definitely earn extra points for their chic look and fashion appeal. The goal of these cases is to grab attention. These cases aren’t for those who don’t value fashion and style.

10. GnG,  “Golden Delicious” $100,000+

This is the costliest iPhone case till now. The case is designed using 140 grams of 18k gold, a carbon fiber inlay and about 200 diamonds. The outer frame features another 400 diamonds in the logo, which may be customized.

So, now that you have all the information on the latest and the most trendy iphone cases, grab them now!


Good Tips about Maintaining Your iPhone

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

Like any new piece of tech, your iPhone is going to need some good maintenance. And with the price at which Apple is offering the iPhone, one should really look into squeezing the most out of the device and using it at its full potential. Battery life, physical damage, OS maintenance – all these and more are things to look out for when caring for your little device. Lest you want to be caught with a broken screen or a phone that won’t turn on, here are some good tips in maintaining your iPhone.

Battery Life. Like any electronic device, the iphone battery is probably the most important part of your iPhone. After all, how could you take advantage of all the snazzy features and iPhone apps if there’s no battery powering it? Exposure to heat and extreme temperatures will reduce the performance of your battery the most. Shield your iPhone from the warm rays of the sun, and keep it out of heated areas like inside your parked car, near ovens, etc. Avoid overcharging and remove the plug once the battery reaches 100%, then completely drain to 0%. Do this at least once a month. Also, try turning off some power intensive features (running apps in standby, turning down the brightness, etc.) to prolong the battery life.

Touchscreen. One of the best things about the iPhone is its glorious 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen display. As the primary source of input and output, the iPhone screen gets the most abuse from its touchy owners. Common sense would tell us to never spill any liquid on it like coffee, and other beverages. So be careful when using your iPhone while hanging out in your favorite bar or coffee shop. Also avoid using the touchscreen with wet or damp hands. For added maintenance, keep a small piece of clean cloth specifically for your iPhone; to wipe off dust, grime and unsightly fingerprint marks on the screen.

Software. Maintaining your iPhone OS is just as important as caring for the actual physical phone. Always update to the latest version of the software to take advantage of fixes, added features, and protection from malicious exploits. Jailbreaking your iPhone might give you more functionality, but it also breaks your warranty. Some 3rd party applications may even cause damage to your iPhone OS. Only jailbreak your iPhone if you are aware of the consequences and you really know what you are doing.

Memory and Processor. If you experience apps crashing, webpages freezing, or just a general sluggish performance of your iPhone, it might be caused by a memory problem. Don’t fully load your iPhone; free a certain percentage of the memory to compensate for spikes in activity. Also take note of general trends; if an app keeps crashing, the problem might lie in the app itself and not on your phone. Quickly uninstall these problematic iPhone apps. If a webpage doesn’t load, it might be that the page is too big. Most websites have a mobile version that requires less memory. To be sure, try rebooting your iPhone to free up some memory.

Added Accessories. To add an extra layer of protection for your iPhone, why not invest in some protective accessories. iPhone cases, screen protectors, and the like would go a long way in keeping your iPhone looking as good as new. Body cases – in hard plastic or moulded rubber – would protect your iPhone body from dents and scratches, as well as absorbing impact from drops or falls; saving you the agony of seeing your iPhone cracked open and exposing its electronic guts. Screen protectors make sure your iPhone display is as crisp and clear as the day you bought it. Stylish designs also abound for these added accessories to give that extra bit of customization to your iPhone. Be protected and geek-chic at the same time.

If any other problems would arise for your iPhone, immediately take it to an Apple Service Center to find a solution. Also, only buy products and solicit services from brands and companies you know you can trust. Quality is not a high price to pay for the happiness that a well-maintained and fully functioning iPhone brings.

This Article is written by John C Arkin, contributor of PrintCountry News Articles.

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