Moshi's iPhone 6s and 6s Plus cases offer premium protection

With the arrival of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Apple has introduced new phones that are [slightly thicker](/iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus) than last year's models, meaning many users will need new cases if they upgrade. To that end, accessory maker Moshi has announced three new cases for the new, the iGlaze Napa, iGlaze Ion, and iGlaze Luxe. The Napa and Luxe seek to combine first rate protection with style for both phones, while the Ion provides both protection and power for the iPhone 6s.

Leading the crop of new cases is the iGlaze Napa. The Napa features vegan leather on the back and a polycarbonate outer shell for protection. It comes in four colors of leather: black, beige, red, and blue. It will retail for $44.95 for the iPhone 6s case, and $49.95 for the iPhone 6s Plus model.

For those that prefer to use their iPhones caseless, but are still looking for protection, Moshi has the iGlaze Luxe. Made from aircraft-grade aluminum, the Luxe is a metal bumper-style case that leaves the back and front of your phone uncovered, while providing protection around the edges. It comes in Orange, Rose Pink, Satin Gold, and Titanium colors. It will retail for around $50 for the iPhone 6s version, and $55 for the iPhone 6s Plus model.

Finally, Moshi is introducing the Ion, a battery case for the iPhone 6s. The two-piece case offers extra battery power for your phone, letting you get more out of your device. Your phone also sits in a case that itself connects to the battery pack, letting you remove the extra bulk of the battery when you don't need additional power. Moshi hasn't yet offered specifics on battery life for the Ion, which will retail for around $100 when it launches.

The iGlaze Napa is already available from Moshi's online store, with the Luxe and Ion set to follow in the coming weeks. Moshi also notes that these cases will also work with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Joseph Keller

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