The Week in iPhone Cases: Optrix's Body Glove Pro is a must for underwater photography

This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases includes a carabiner case from Beeline, classic styles from Case-Mate, Incipio, and Incase, and much more.

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This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases includes a carabiner case from Beeline, classic styles from Case-Mate, Incipio, and Incase, and much more.

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Built for the outdoors, the Beeline Case (iPhone 6 and 6 Plus; $60) includes a sturdy carabiner secured to a retractable Kevlar cord that secures your iPhone 6 to your backpack or jacket.

The double-layered case sports a hard shell with a shock absorbing lining and a tacky surface that ensures a tight grip. The Beeline comes in two patterns, and is available in black, gray, white, electric, or tangerine.

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The stylish and functional Stand Folio (iPhone 6 Plus; $40) features a folio design that doubles as stand in landscape orientation, with support for multiple viewing angles.

The case sports metal press-through button overlays, comes with a microfiber interior, and includes two pockets for cards or cash.

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Made with premium leather, the Leather Zip Wallet (iPhone 6 and 6 Plus; $70) sports plenty of room for your iPhone 6 and other essentials like cash and credit cards.

The case comes with an all around zippered closure, includes four card slots, and features a dividing flap that adds a compartment for passport-sized documents. The Leather Zip Wallet is available in tan or black.

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The Highland (iPhone 6; $40) combines a brushed aluminum finish with a rigid textile front cover for a sleek and fashionable look.

The Highland sports a snap-on back shell, supports different standing positions in landscape orientation, and includes a card slot inside its cover.

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The Sound Case (iPhone 6; $40) features a dual-material construction with a soft-to-the-touch coating that helps prevent accidental slips and falls.

The Sound Case sports precise cut-outs for the iPhone’s buttons, Lightning port, and camera, features dedicated amplification channels for crystal clear music playback, and comes in polar white, silver gray, anthracite gray, or onyx black.

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If you like to capture underwater photos or video footage, the Body Glove Pro (iPhone 6; $170) is a rugged waterproof case that can be completely submerged to capture your priceless moments anywhere you go.

The Body Glove Pro comes with four interchangeable lenses, and even incorporates a mount system that makes it compatible with a tripod or your bike’s handlebars.

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The PWR Case (iPhone 6; $100) includes a detachable 2,600-mAh battery designed to double your iPhone 6’s talk and surf time.

The polycarbonate case comes with integrated charging prongs, features an LED charge indicator on the back, and is available in black, blue, red, or clear. It’s currently available for pre-order.

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The Woodland Case (iPhone 6; $59 to $79) features a thin profile that brings together a tough polycarbonate shell with a thin backing made from wood.

Designed to protect your iPhone 6 from all angles, the Woodland sports precise cutouts for the iPhone’s Lightning port, microphone, and buttons. It also includes a generous opening for its back-facing camera and flash, and comes in cherry, maple, or walnut. The case can be personalized with an engraving of your choice for a truly unique look.

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The Metal Series (iPhone 6; $45) provides full-body protection with a reinforced bumper and a microfiber interior that prevents scratches and smudges.

Available in black, watermelon, or orange, the two-piece case supports landscape viewing thanks to a retractable metal kickstand, and features a disc mount system capable of adding a number of attachments, such as additional lenses, to your iPhone.

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