If you're going to get yourself an iPhone 13, any one of the upcoming models in the lineup, then you'll probably want a case. If that describes you, then you'll want to check out our list of some of the best options you can pick up right now.
New Spigen iPhone X cases should look familiar. The limited edition Classic Edition line gets its inspiration from the iMac G3 and second iPhone. Both celebrate anniversaries this year.
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.
Accessory vendor Spigen has created renderings of a work-in-progress case that it designed for Apple's upcoming 'iPhone SE'. Spigen often has some of the first cases available for new iOS devices so assuming they know what they're doing here, it could be concluded that the upcoming iPhone SE might be virtually indistinguishable from the iPhone 5s.
The rumor-mill is in disagreement over the design of the iPhone SE, with one camp claiming the handset is basically a four-inch iPhone with an iPhone 6/6s-like case and the other insisting the device will feature an iPhone 5s-like look and feel.
The Spigen Style Ring ($12.99 on Amazon) is an interesting accessory from Spigen, a company best known for producing smartphone cases. It's a platform-agnostic accessory that attaches to any case or smartphone using an easily-removable, non-residue-leaving, adhesive gel pad.
Once the Style Ring is attached to your case or smartphone, you can use it to assist with grip or let it function as a kickstand. You can also use the Style Ring to mount your smartphone to your car's dash using the included car mount adapter.
If you have problems gripping larger phones, then have a look and see what the Spigen Style Ring might do for you. Watch our video review for all the details.
A few week ago, we reviewed the Spigen wireless charger and charging cases for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Today, we're giving away all three.
It should be noted that these cases work for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, or the older iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The wireless charging pads embedded in the cases are Qi-compliant cases, so they should work with a variety of chargers. But just in case you don't already have a Qi charger, we're throwing in Spigen's Wireless Charger stand as well.
How do you win? It's remarkably simple.
Among the first question that popped up once 3D Touch was officially revealed was this: how well will 3D Touch work with screen protectors on the iPhone 6s? Fortunately, the answer to that question came around fairly quickly, but there's nothing like trying it out for yourself.
The folks at Spigen sent over a few new accessories, and over the last few days, I've been putting its GLAS.tR SLIM tempered glass screen protector to the test. In the following video, I'll show you the results of my testing.
The Spigen Nightstand S350 is a new charging dock for Apple Watch that minimalists like me will surely appreciate. Its very small footprint and simple design make it the perfect nightstand accessory to charge your Apple Watch at night, while preventing to clutter the precious space of your bedside table.
Spigen has been on the forefront of Apple Watch accessories since the device was first available a little over a month ago. The company rapidly came up with a line of cases for Apple Watch, and they also made a stand that represents an affordable yet elegant solution for your desk or night stand.
In a brief review of the Spigen Apple Watch Stand, I'll share with you what I like and don't like about this simple accessory.