This week I am looking at the Seidio Innocase II for iPhone 4. What makes this case great is that it is a two-part case that snaps about two thirds down. You slide the iPhone into the top, then slide the bottom on. The two pieces snap into place to provide a secure casing for iPhone 4.
The inside of the Innocase II is covered with a very soft, velvet like material to ensure that your beloved iPhone 4 receives no scratches when being pulled in and out of the case. Most cases have some sort of lining, but I have not seen too many like this. The lining is not meant for shock absorption, rather it's purely there for protecting your investment from scratches, thanks Seido.
A couple things I have noticed about the case. The instructions state to "wiggle" the bottom of the case to remove it. However, I was unsuccessful at "wiggling" it (I mean, it is already flush against your iPhone 4 after all..). So, instead I used my inhuman strength to simply pull it off. This works for me, but did provide an initial shock when trying to remove it to dock my iPhone 4. Also, you probably know by now that whether it's the iPhone or iPad, I like the glass edges protected on iPhone 4. The Innocase II does this no problem but to the extreme. I received a Fruit Ninja invite to place a multiplayer game on Game Center. After I accepted and started to play, I had problems slicing some fruit because I could not get my finger to touch the very edge of the iPhone 4 screen. Is this a deal breaker? Likely not, but something you should know before considering buying this case. Honestly, it probably won't be an issue for most of our readers.
You can get the Innocase in a plethora of colors in our store; surely one to fit your style. I am sporting the green one and dig it. I feel this case protects well and is secure (it won't fall off) and looks good with adding minimal thickness to the iPhone 4. You can pick up the <a href="/e?link=http%3A%2F%2Fstore.imore.com%2Fseidio-innocase-ii-surface%2F4A123A7378.htm%3Futm_term%3Diphone-4%26utm_content%3Dreview%26utm_campaign%3Dcommunity%26utm_source%3Dd_im%26utm_medium%3Dcontent&token=Ys3LZ7Ul"" rel="nofollow">Seidio Innocase II for iPhone 4 at the TiPb iPhone 4 Accessory Store.
- Solid protection for iPhone 4
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Easily removable for docking, etc.
- Multiple colors
- The ridges next to the screen are a little too high
- Case can be difficult to remove
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