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The Week in iPhone Cases: Avengers, assemble!

In this installment of our weekly iPhone-case roundup, we bring you what is possibly the most minimalistic case we've ever seen, and, at the opposite end of the spectrum, a veritable exoskeleton inspired by one of Marvel's most beloved characters.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Escapades

Spring is approaching, and with it the need for adventure alongside your iPhone. Regardless of where your travels take you, this week’s roundup of new iPhone cases will help you keep your handset safe from peril.

Too many secrets: Three ways Apple could loosen up

Apple's famous for keeping secrets, but there are some cases where its closed-mouth nature may not be doing it any favors.

An iPhone fan's month with Windows Phone: Week one

Macworld senior writer Lex Friedman gave up his iPhone 5 to spend a month using a Windows Phone. After just a week with the Lumia 920, he's already got plenty of opinions.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Unstoppable

As the iPhone 5 nears its six-month mark (an eternity in electronics years), there remains a steady flow of new cases and protective accessories for it. Here are the latest.

Video: iPhone 5, MacBooks get wireless charging from Duracell Powermat

Duracell Powermat introduced wireless charging options for the iPhone 5, Macbook and Samsung Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The Macalope: Catechism failure

The 'Apple is a religion' argument says more about the writer than about Apple.

Review: Mophie's Juice Pack Air is better than its Helium

Just a couple weeks after releasing the company's Juice Pack Helium, Mophie has released a better battery case for the iPhone 5, the Juice Pack Air. Lex Friedman says this is the battery case he was waiting for, even though he expected the wait to be longer.

Adobe releases Photoshop Touch for Phone

Following the release of its iPad app, Adobe follows up with a new image editor for the iPhone and Android phones.


The Macalope Weekly: People hate clowns

So why does Forbes keep trotting them out?