Hi readers and bloggers, it’s Krish. A company named C6 kindly gave me a few cases for me to check out; one for the iPhone, iPad and MacBook Pro. Therefore, I will be giving you a full analysis of whether their cases are a must buy or a load of trash (I hope they are not!).
Let’s start with the iPhone 5 matt finish hard case.There are a variety of colours to choose from on their website which is great so you can choose to your preferences. I received two cases, one in a stone colour and one in a neon blue. The advantages of this case are as follows:
+ The case, is a snap case which allows it to fit the iPhone 5 like a glove, which is great it makes it feels like part of the iPhone; this is aided, by its thin, yet sturdy build.
+ The case is very easy to snap on and really fits well. But, taking off the case…
+ There is great accessibility to all buttons, the power, volume and mute switch. Which is great, just gives you a much better experience of using the case. The, lighting bolt connector, headphone jack and speakers are also exposed well, so sound is not effected and makes it easy to charge the phone. However, the camera is a different case.
+ Lastly the case, protects the phone well against small drops and still gives you a similar experience of not having a case on your phone because of it’s very thin profile.
- The rubberised texture of the case, makes it a little slippery and it does take some time to.
- The gaps on the edges of the phone case to help in taking off the case, allows a lot of dust to get into the case making the back of the phone a little dirty. In my opinion. it’s a small issue for some, but someone like me who is obsessed with cleanliness its hard to adjust to.
- Although there are gaps in the edges of the case , to help in removing the case; it’s just does not help. I found it a job to take the case off, for cleaning. However, it’s not a very big problem and it’s easily forgotten.
- The camera hole is too small for the camera and flash. It makes it look a little cramped.
Overall, the iPhone is good, and does the job well. There are a few issues, however they are overruled by some of the most important key points which are perfectly executed.