The Week in iPhone Cases: Carry your iPhone hands-free with Rokform’s latest belt holster

This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases features serious protection from Amzer and Ballistic, battery options from LifeCharge and PhoneSuit, and practical safety from Loopycases.

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...and it's pretty stylish, for a holster

This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases features serious protection from Amzer and Ballistic, battery options from LifeCharge and PhoneSuit, and practical safety from Loopycases.

amzer doublelayer iphone


The Double Layer Hybrid (iPhone 6; $8) combines a silicone soft shell with an impact-resistant hard shell, featuring precisely cut openings for all of the iPhone’s ports and buttons.

Lightweight and durable, the rubberized case improves your grip with a special finish, features raised press-through button covers, and includes a retractable kickstand that works both in landscape and portrait orientation. The Hybrid comes in black, black/white, or black/hot pink.

ballistic explorer iphone


The Explorer (iPhone 6; $40) features a pocket-friendly design with integrated screen protection for extra peace of mind.

Available in solid black or white/black, the multi-layered case has been tested to withstand drops from up to 8 feet high, and sports raised edges to prevent cracks or scratches to your screen when it’s placed face-down on a flat surface.

exovault exo25 iphone


Made of anodized aluminum, the EXO25 (iPhone 6 Plus; $130) sports a sturdy frame and a slim profile for a great combination of versatility.

The case includes generous openings for the iPhone’s Lighting port, buttons, and headphone jack, and features raised edges to protect the screen when you place your iPhone face-down on a flat surface.

krowncase thinaluminum iphone

Krown Case

The Ultra Thin (iPhone 6 and 6 Plus; $17) adds a thin layer of protection—just enough to prevent damage from accidental bumps or falls.

The case includes precise cutouts for the iPhone’s ports, sports molded press-through button covers, and comes in blue, pink, red, or black.

laut kfolio iphone


The K-Folio (iPhone 6; $35) features a stylish design with a fabric exterior, available in a variety of vibrant colors—black, red, dark green, navy, pink, or beige.

This folio case includes an inside cover pocket for your cash and cards, and its kickstand lets you quickly prop up your iPhone 6 in landscape orientation.

lifecharge ibattery iphone


The ergonomically friendly iBatteryCase (iPhone 6 Plus; $80) keeps you powered during a long workday with its 4000mAh battery, providing you with additional talking or surfing time.

The case provides precise cutouts for the iPhone’s ports and buttons, adds minimal bulk, and, when plugged in, always recharges your iPhone first before recharging its own battery.

loopycases vibe iphone


The Vibe (iPhone 6; $35) features dual-layered construction, with a bumper placed around the iPhone’s edges that helps prevent cracks from side and corner drops.

The Vibe comes with a hand loop in the back, oversized openings for the iPhone’s Lighting port and headphone jack, and soft-to-the-touch button covers that seamlessly integrate with the case’s overall design. The case is available with three different loop colors: Pink, red, or gray.

phonesuit elite6pro iphone


The Elite 6 PRO (iPhone 6; $100) doubles your iPhone 6’s battery life while adding protection from occasional drops.

Made from polycarbonate and metallic rubber composites, the case sports a raised bezel, and a sleek dual touch charge-check button control in the back. It comes in metallic black, blue, or black.

rokform beltholster iphone


The Belt Holster (iPhone 6 Plus; $24) provides a protective enclosure for your iPhone 6 Plus that attaches to your belt—pretty convenient, and pretty stylish (well, as far as phone holsters go).

Made of faux leather, the holster features interior suede lining to protect and clean your screen, includes a magnetic closure that keeps its flap firmly into place, and sports a large belt clip for easy use.

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