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iFrogz debuts slew of cases for iPhone 4

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Wednesday, June 30, 2010
News Categories: iPhone Accessories


iFrogz has debuted its new lineup of cases for the iPhone 4. The eight-case lineup includes the silicone Treadz and Wrapz for $15, the polycarbonate Luxe Lean and TPU SoftGloss with rear etched pattern for $20, and four cases priced at $30—the Fusion, made from polycarbonate with a faux leather insert, the Frosted Swerve, a TPU case with a radial pattern on the rear, the polycarbonate Luxe Original, and the anti-dust treated Luxe Transition. In addition to the cases, iFrogz is offering mirrored and anti-glare screen protectors for $20 each, and a privacy screen protector for $30. All of iFrogz’ new accessories for the iPhone 4 are available now at Best Buy and AT&T stores and will soon be available directly from iFrogz online.

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Yeah….these cases as well as every other case (except the bumpers) have a HUGE design flaw…and that is using the camera with the flash! I went through 3 cases already and no matter what color case, they all had the same flaw.
So basically, don’t buy ANY case with a back on it, unlesss you don’t care about using the flash.

Posted by Benjamin on June 30, 2010 at 10:05 AM (PDT)


Not true Benjamin. My clear silicon Belkin has a back with an elongated cutout for lens and flash. The hole for the earphone jack however is too small for any of my earbuds/headphones except for the toys that Apple ships.

Posted by Usdrowski on June 30, 2010 at 11:00 AM (PDT)


Drowski is right.  I picked up an iFrogz case yesterday.  It has an elongated port for camera and flash.  But the headphone port is to small and thick for my $300 headset to plug in. :-(.  Had to dig out my iPhone 1 headphone extended.  Sad.


Posted by Jim on June 30, 2010 at 11:25 AM (PDT)


Take a pic under low light…then take 1 without the case…you will see the difference. I am just trying to help here.

Posted by Benjamin on June 30, 2010 at 12:32 PM (PDT)


I have the Frogz case pictured in the article. The case does NOT affect the flash. I took photos with and without the case…no difference.

Posted by Jeff M on June 30, 2010 at 5:52 PM (PDT)


Holes too small? Try drilling it larger.
Or ream it a little bigger with an Exacto knife.

I’ve done this with a couple of cases (for various devices) and it works fine.

Posted by Jeffharris on July 2, 2010 at 5:15 AM (PDT)

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