Don't-Miss Phone case Stories
Dress up the Incipio Dotties case by arranging the punch-out dots in the pattern of your choosing.
The Heather Brown collection features three colorful case designs by artist Heather Brown, but apart from style and slimness, they don’t offer much else.
Incase's Pro Slider case has an easy-to-remove bottom portion that provides ample room for your iPhone 4/4S to fit in any dock-cradle accessory.
The Extreme Grid case for the iPhone 4 and 4S combines ease of use with serious protection.
The KEE Slider has two interchangeable pieces that snap together, but it scratches easily and covers your iPhone’s dock-connector port.
The i4 case is fairly typical, save for one clever innovation: an included base for charging your phone (and the case) without plugging an another cable.
The Maca 2200 and Maca Air are slim, shiny iPhone 4 and 4S battery cases worth your consideration.
The Incipio Stowaway's extra compartment makes a poor wallet, but a great kickstand.
The Apollo is a hard-shell case made from two materials: a scratch-and-fingerprint-resistant hard surface and a grooved, shock-absorbent interior.
While the Camalen Hexa is a handsome addition to your iPhone 4/4S, its kickstand design makes it a little awkward to use.
This unusual leather pouch won’t be for everyone, but if you're looking for a slim, attractive sleeve that lets you quickly answer a call without removing the case, then check out this offering from Sena.
The Incipio Le Deux uses two pieces to protect your iPhone 4/4S: a polycarbonate bumper frame and a brushed stainless steel back.
Speck's CandyShell Grip Case for the iPhone 4/4S targets heavy gamers and texters with its grippy finger pads and bezel thumb bumps, designed for extra control.
The Eco NautiCase offers splash and dirt protection, but it also makes your iPhone a bit tougher to use.
The Opena Case is more than just a gimmick—it is a fully functional and carefully designed protective case for your iPhone that also happens to be a bottle opener, too.