Designed to fit the original iPhone 6 as well as the new iPhone 6S, Speck's MightyShell manages to pack enough protection for both casual and heavy use. Its all-in-one build allows for a quick and simple installation that keeps a firm hold on the device — even if takes a tumble.
The back of the MightyShell features a smooth polycarbonate that seems to pick up fingerprints as good as it protects against damage. As with most of Speck's cases and covers, you'll find their logo imprinted on the back of the case as well. Surrounding the shell is a flexible plastic edging that provides a firm grip when held. The access points for the charging/auxiliary ports, speaker, and power button are slightly thinner — feeling more like a TPU than a hard plastic. The power and volume buttons have been raised along the sides for an easier press while the Mighty Shell is worn around the iPhone 6/6S.
Inside the case is a rubberized lining that keeps the iPhone 6/6S elevated just enough to disperse impacts and keep the back of the device free from scratches. The camera cutout on the back keeps pictures clear and glare-free, too. As mentioned before, the MightyShell is surprisingly slim for the extra impact control it offers. Even the lip around the display keeps it raised from surfaces while faced down. The only real drawback is its steep $40 price point. The quality is there, but it may be a hard pill to swallow for some. If the MightyShell Case looks like a good fit for your iPhone 6/6S you can snag it in slate (as pictured), fuchsia pink, lilac, or white.
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