Thursday, July 14, 2016

Playproof by Rhinoshield

Apple makes absolutely gorgeous devices. I use a laptop bag whenever I lug around a MacBook. But whenever I use one, I generally don't put them in a case. This is because my laptop is, most of the time, put on a table when I use them and there is only a slim chance of them falling to the ground.

However, the same cannot be said about iPhones and iPad. This is because these devices are meant to be held while being used and there is a great chance of them slipping and falling to the ground. This is especially true with Apple's latest smartphones, the 6s and the 6s+: the rounded edges of these devices make them really hard to hand-hold and are, therefore, drop-prone. My iPhone 5s was never in a case, but I felt that I couldn't do the same with my iPhone 6s+.

Thus, a shock-proof case might be a really good investment after you buy an iPhone 6s/6s+. And what better way to protect your precious investment than wrapping it up in something that promises protection from drops of up to 11 and a half feet?

First off, the Playproof does not add much to the dimensions of the phone. It is thin and it wraps beautifully around the phone. The back is fully covered and the same is true for all four sides. There are cut outs along the sides to give way to the mute switch on the left, and the headphone jack, lightning port and speaker grill at the bottom. There is a cut on the back to give way to the camera lens and the TrueTone flash.

The lip of the case is elevated so even if you put your phone face down, the screen of the phone won't be touching any surface. (And if you want more protection, you might consider getting a screen protector for your iPhone also!)

But all these things mean nothing if your phone won't be protected from drops. And boy does this case deliver! I personally witnessed the case tested several times and I have the videos to prove it! If it was my phone I'd still feel uncomfortable having my phone dropped on purpose, but with this case, I am confident that my phone will be saved from accidental drops.

This Playproof by Rhinoshield is Highly Recommended!

Photos shot with an iPhone 6s+ using the iOS app VSCO

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