When it comes to finding out how good an iPhone 4S case is, you’re not going to get detailed reviews like with electronic products, although knowing the case does a good job at protecting your device is extremely important.
If you’re a fan of Speck cases then you might have heard of the “CandyShell” case for iPhone 4S, which is from a brand known for good protection. The cases feature a soft shock-absorbent inside, and a harder plastic outer that comes in a stunning selection of colors, which you can bet would be hard to beat.
You can see a number of reviews by users on the official product page, although these are understandable positive towards the CandyShell case. This popular gadget blog has also taken a look at the Speck CandyShell Case for iPhone 4S, and give it a review from the “chick” perspective, although the reviewer is actually a male.
You can see a few videos below this article, which are for those of you that prefer to watch reviews. The first video looks at the Speck CandyShell Card, which explains the difference between the “Card” and the ordinary CandyShell case, which basically acts as a space saver for important cards.
In the second video you’ll get an unboxing and review of the Speck CandyShell Satin Case, and they quickly point out how improved the case is when it comes to scratches. The review also shows you how easy it is to insert your iPhone 4 or 4S into the CandyShell, and for another take on the Satin version, we’ve embed another review of that very model in the third video.
Once you’ve watched those videos and if you can still stomach more, then we’ve embedded three more reviews, one of a white Speck CandyShell case, another of the Speck CandyShell View, and the last case features the CandyShell Grip. All of these videos showcase cases designed for iPhone 4S/4.
Let us know the case you think is best designed for your needs, and remember most of the video reviews feature different styles of Speck CandyShell cases, with some having stands, and others including a space for cards.
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