SwitchEasy has finally released their iPhone 4 case!
My first new iPhone 4 case from SwitchEasy is the Trim, a TPU frame case with a built in frosted back. SwitchEasy made some of the most popular cases for the previous iPhones and it’s no surprise that they are rolling out stunning new cases. The Trim case wraps the frame of the iPhone in a grooved hard TPU soft plastic material, this will prevent anyone from touching the outside antenna and dropping calls. The back of the case is made of hard polycarbonate plastic; it’s frosted just enough to let all the iPhone information to be viewed by on lookers. The circle around the rear camera and flash is painted black to not allow the flash to white wash any pictures taken. This has been a typical problem and SwitchEasy showed there competition how easy and simple it is to fix. The Volume buttons and on off switch is covered and easy to use; they give a nice tactical feedback when pressed.
SwitchEasy has become famous for including many goodies with all their cases, and the Trim comes thru with many. For starters they have include two crystal screen shields, two 30 pin dock covers, two headphone jack covers, one microfiber cloth, one iPhone stand and two dock adapters. The box of goodies makes the case worth its retail price of $19.00. The 30 pin dock covers and headphone jack covers are also grooved to match the TPU frame.
The Trim case will give your iPhone 4 full protection, the TPU frame can handle drops and the extras included will protect from any other damage. I really enjoyed using this case, it has a nice tight fit and doesn’t grab onto anything when removing it from a pocket. I have always enjoyed using SwitchEasy cases, and can only imagine many more exciting designs to be released soon.
An interesting thing about the Trim case is the retail price of $19, it’s almost a steal. Most case companies charge that much for screen shields alone! This case comes with two, and other additional extras. SwitchEasy has other cases available for the iPhone 4 that also come with many extras. For the iPhone 3GS they sold a case called the capsule rebel, and it could draw attention in any crowd. It featured a TPU case with a hard polycarbonate frame, when assembled the phone resembled a skeleton design. I look forward to seeing the updated version of that case for the iPhone 4. Please visit SwitchEasy at www.switcheasy.com every case they sell is worth every penny.