Apple does make nice devices, overpriced but still very capable devices. There is a bit of a problem with their gadget nature.
The Apple iPhone 4 is pretty much the perfect example and just like every single other smartphone out there toughness just isn’t one of the plus points.
This is where aftermarket part creators come in as they develop various cases and protection options.
After we’ve seen an overkill protection case solution for the Apple iPad “big brother” made out of titanium we can now see the best the iPhone 4 can get.
To get the best you can have for the iPhone 4 case you have to turn to a company called LifeProof. Their product is built to such standards it’s military grade stuff.
The LifeProof iPhone 4 case can apparently withstand water, dirt, sand, snow and ice without any sort of problems.
Further more, because it can take being dropped and various shocks the LifeProof case can make your brand new and shiny iPhone 4 capable of handling any sort of incapable owner out there.
Speaking of your new and shiny iPhone 4, it’s clear that you’re somewhat concerned about how your smartphone actually looks.
Since appearance is seriously an issue, the LifeProof iPhone 4 case can do all it says on the tin and it still looks good.
All of the amazing LifeProof iPhone 4 case’s features are related to a 1.5 mm thick, transparent material that contains a lot of un-understandable words.
The materials used for the iPhone 4 LifeProof case are stuff like Polypropylene, shock absorbing elastomer and MIL-STD-810F-516.5 grade plastics.
I’m not really that convinced on the iPhone 4 but if I bought one, I wouldn’t mind getting one despite costing some $70.