So you’ve got an iPhone 7 Plus. These phones are a bit pricey. You might be on some sort of yearly upgrade program which will require you to turn in your functioning phone if you want to upgrade, or maybe you’ll eventually want to get some money back out of your phone and sell it. Regardless, it’s never a bad idea to keep your phone in good shape. And since you already dumped a bunch of money on the phone, lets see if we can save a few bucks on it’s protection. I think you’ll find these cases offer a lot more than their price tags would indicate.
This case is unbelievably thin. If you’re looking for serious drop protection this is not your accessory. However, if you’re the kind of person who’s pretty careful with their phone and you just want some minimal covering to shield it from potential scratches and dings, this Tozo case will suffice nicely. It comes in a nice simi-transparent frosted finish which you can get in several different tints. Personally, I love the look. Also, the reviews are not not bad, but they’re not inspiring. With cases like this you can take middling reviews with a grain of salt. There are lots of idiots out there who buy super thin cases like this expecting it to protect their phone from a drop off a skyscraper. They amount for almost all of the negative reviews, you can ignore them. This case is awesome.
Guys, I don’t come up with the names. I can’t speak to what a ‘unicorn beetle’ might refer too, but I can tell you this case is great. It offers a little more protection than the Tozo with sacrificing much in the way of aesthetic. It’s got a nice clear back and multiple color options for the bumper. It’s also very well reviewed which is a definite plus. It’s tough to get a 4.5 or better average review on Amazon, but that’s exactly what this Supcase has acheived. You really can’t go wrong with this guy.
Clear cases pair really nicely with iPhones, if you like the look of iPhones that is. Personally I think iPhones look great, and the Yoyamo case does nothing to hide the beauty. It’s also surprisingly protective. They’ve added raised corners which provide a significant cushion against a drop. I looked it up, corner drops account for cracked screens most often because the energy from contact is concentrated in such a small area. This Yoyamo takes the brunt of impact with those nice cushy corners. This nerd stuff is important guys! Also, the Yoyamo breaks the 4.5 average review threshold on Amazon. Really nice case.
If you think about phone cases on a 1 to 10 spectrum of protectiveness (1 – least protective, 10 – most protective) the Crave Strong Guard will be somewhere around a 7. You might love the look of this case, for me it’s a little bulky. But, when I’m standing in line at the Apple Store with shards of glass in my fingers holding a phone that doesn’t work, you can walk by and smile. I shouldn’t disparage this case, it actually looks pretty sharp for the level of protection it offers. It also breaks the 4.5 average review threshold on Amazon. We’re on a roll here.
Another very nice slim case is offered by Torras. This case definitely isn’t as sparse or nerve-wracking as the Tozo above, but it’s still pretty svelte. Instead of hard plastic it’s that nice, grippy, soft, silicone material. I love the feel of this thing, though it can admittedly make prying your phone out of your pocket a little tough if you like the tight pants. One feature I really love is the ‘microfiber cloth lining’ on the inside. I’ve had devices scratched as the result of a hard plastic case. The lining in the Torras ensures that even if something sneaks into the case behind your phone you won’t have to worry about scratches. Once again, it breaks the 4.5 Amazon review threshold.
For those who appreciate a little extra in the way of aesthetic, this case is perfectly suited. It’s so pretty. I’m a man, and I don’t think I’d hold up well under the criticism I’d receive for wearing the Mosnovo on my iPhone, but that doesn’t diminish my appreciation by any means. The case is beautiful. And it’s durable, no worries about the design wearing off after some use, as can be the case (pun!) with these designs. It offers a decent level of protection without being too big or bulky, it adds a lot of grip, and it comes in a bunch of different options. It’s the complete package. And to top it all off, the Amazon scores are off the chain. 4.8!? That’s unheard of!
Sometimes I get sick of carrying around a beautiful, premium, almost $1,000 phone inside cheap plastic. Sometimes I want my phone to feel as premium as it actually is. Since you can’t cover your iPhone in metal, the next best option is leather. That’s where the FlyHawk comes in. I’ll be honest, it’s definitely not real leather, but it looks and feels really nice. It comes in several nice color options and includes the inner lining we know and love. Also, there’s a certain convenience in the ability to carry cards with your phone, even if it won’t replace your wallet.