Months after the iPhone X has launched, some of the best cases are still being released. We take a look at nearly 40 different cases with unique features and designs.
Speck has announced a new partnership with Scosche to create a new iteration of their popular Presidio iPhone case that works with Schosche's MagicMount magnetic mounts.
After our first epic roundup of over a hundred iPhone X cases, we are back with more. We took some of your suggestions and even found some more unique options to include this time around.
Recently, SquareTrade claimed that iPhone X is the most breakable iPhone yet.
I'm sure claims like that go a long way in convincing iPhone X owners it is best to protect their new all-glass device with a case. However, finding one that suits your personal tastes can be daunting. That's why we've rounded up over a hundred cases (not a typo) for your iPhone X to help you make an informed purchasing decision.
HomePod, Apple's $349 wireless speaker powered by Siri and launching this December in the United States, United Kingdom and Australia, has been spotted in the wild.
Speck unveiled the new Presidio Show case at CES 2017, introducing an effective way to protect your sleek new iPhone while still enabling you to get a good look at the incredible industrial design of your handset that would normally be hidden by the protective materials that make up most impact-resistant cases.
The Presidio Show's bezels are colored to match the iPhone finish of your choice, but the back plate of the case is fully transparent to act as a window to the other side. In this review, we’ll show you the version made to go with the Black or Jet Black finish of the iPhone 7/7 Plus.
Apart from the colorful array of iPhone case offerings Speck is known for, they’re also fabled for their popular transparent MacBook Pro cases, which are built to prevent scuffing across your computer’s metallic surface while you travel with it.
Speck is now announcing a new breed of Presidio-based transparent cases for the all-new 2016 MacBook Pro at CES 2017, which for the first time, brings as much as four feet of drop protection to Apple’s premium notebook computers thanks to the company's patented Impactium material.
Anyone who knows me personally knows I’m a huge fan of Speck’s cases because they keep a slim form factor, and yet they pack a lot of drop protection and a superior anti-slip feel in your hand into that compact package.
Starting with the iPhone 7 & 7 Plus, Speck has re-worked their case lineup into what’s being dubbed the Presidio series, which features an all new drop protection technology they’re calling Impactium.
Speck makes some awesome cases for the iPhone lineup, and if you've been itching for a new one, don't count these guys out.
You've probably seen plenty of people using Speck cases on their iPhones, and for the most part, the cases have retained the same design over the years, generation after generation – it's a tried and true design so simplistic that there isn't much that needs to be changed.
In this roundup, we'll show you the pros and cons of some of Speck's most popular iPhone cases, such as the CandyShell, CandyShell Grip, CandyShell Clear, and the MighyShell.