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Let’s check out 6 of my favourite and find the one for you. Check out down below for more info. I will introduce them in no particular order.
Spigen Neo Hybrid Metal
This case looks great and it comes just about a billion different color combos. The case is two piece design starting with a silicon housing as base for shock absorption and that paired with aluminum frame to help protect those edges. Volume buttons are nice and clicky easy access, but you do have to reach a little bit to hit that mute switch. On the flip side the power button is clearly labeled. It’s not as easy to hat as the volume buttons for example, but it’s still solid. Both the cut outs for the camera and the Apple logo and bottom ports are nice and clean, but do take not that the headphone jack and lightning port are a little deep. So just keep that in mind if using a dock, or having specific set of headphones in mind.
Speck CandyShell Grip
Like the name implies this case is grippy. As most of you are aware, one problem with the iPhone 6 design is slippery as hell, and this without a doubt fixes that. This case is downright solid, there’s great grip around the edges. On the sides you get the volume rockers and power button like a champ, and the mute switch cut-out isn’t as deep as the Neo Hybrid Metal, so it’s definitely a little bit easier to access. The cut-out for the headphone jack also isn’t as deep. So being slippery is why you complaint you’ve had about the iPhone 6, this is a great way to fix that problem.
i-Blason Halo Series Hybrid Case
This one is for bumper style fans. This hybrid case gives you a bumper ask appearance with a ton of color options going around the edges, but still protects the back with a transparent backing. In terms of just a nice simple clean looking case this is one of my favourite. Is not part of the grippy cases but it’s super lightweight, including proper raised edges when you set your phone down. It’s simple, it’s cheap and it’s solid.
Apple Leather iPhone 6 Case
This one definitely isn’t the one most cost-efficient option, but I feel super premium because it is straight from Apple, it fits like a glove in just straight up feels nice. It also takes a slightly different approach in the other case we checked out so far, in the sense that the bottom of the iPhone 6 is completely open. So the negative side is going to leave your phone a little more prone to scratches in that area but on the positive, you have absolutely no problem with headphones of any kind. Another thing that I will say to keep in mind that this is a leather so it’s not gonna stay perfectly clean or new looking, so you should expect to get kind of warm rustic look to it over time but to me I personally take that.
Luvvit Clear Grip Case
This is another option that will add another serious grip to your phone. What I really enjoy about this case is the extra protection you’re getting around the corners, so for someone who is prone to drop their phone and want something that won’t break the bank but is pretty solid unique looking, this is a pretty decent option.
Spigen Wallet S
Last up on the list is another from Spigen. Just like the name applies this is a wallet case for your iPhone 6. Now unlike the Apple Leather case, this is synthetic leather. So it is not going to be nearly as expensive but actually as for right now. There are three slots for cards, ID’s and an open in the back seeking for some cash in there, but if you do pick up this case, please pay attention to speak in his directions. There’s magnetic lock on the case, you need to pay attention and insert your card with the magnetic strip on you card closest to the phone. If you do it the other way you run a chance to break your cards. This case has one more trick, you can use it as a kickstand.