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Newer Technology’s NuGuard KX is a slim case that offers good protection, thanks to state-of-the-art X-Orbing gel technology Bookshelf iPhone Case. Works with the 5S.Price: $35/>See more info and pricing for the Newer Technology NuGuard KX case. OtterBox’s old stalwart, the Defender Series, has been updated for the iPhone 5S (it’s also compatible with the iPhone 5) and comes in versions for other major smartphones.Price: $50/>See more info and pricing for the OtterBox Defender Series case. This is OtterBox’s new slimmer, waterproof case. It comes in iPhone 5, 5S, and 5C versions. As of mid-October, the iPhone 5 version was shipping, but the 5S version, pictured above, was still a few weeks away. The Preserver looks more like a Lifeproof case, which is ironic, considering Otterbox now owns Lifeproof (we’re still waiting for a Lifeproof case for the 5S). Price: $89.99/>See more info and pricing for the OtterBox Preserver Series cases..
In addition to traditional colors, the new phones are also available in two new black versions, including the shiny jet black model. The phones feature better processors, more storage, water resistance and new home buttons that respond to different pressure levels. The larger model, the 7 Plus, includes dual rear cameras that give users better zoom capabilities. The announcement comes after Apple said last week that it wouldn’t disclose opening weekend sales figures for the iPhone. It typically has touted the figure but said initial sales will be governed by supply, not demand, and we have decided that it is no longer a representative metric for our investors and customers. Larger version of new flagship phone sold out in all colors during preorder, as did its smaller sibling in the new jet black color Bookshelf iPhone Case.
The Jitterbug OneTouch looks and feels a lot like the Jitterbug Dial. In fact, it is identical when viewed from the exterior. A bit rounded and bulky, it measures 4x2x1 inches and weighs about 4.4 ounces. It has the same monochrome external screen, as well as the volume rocker underneath it. Just like the Dial, the phone feels great in the hand, especially when cradled next to the ear thanks to soft gray rubber surrounding the speaker. As with the Jitterbug Dial, the first thing you’re greeted with when you open the phone is the sound of an actual dial tone. This lets you know that the phone is activated and ready to go, similar to a landline phone. It has the same 1.8-inch, 65,000-color display found on the Dial, complete with large fonts and simple Yes or No questions through its navigation system Bookshelf iPhone Case. As with the Dial, you can scroll through Contacts and Call History pretty easily..
U.S. Cellular has not made any announcements about the HTC Desire Bookshelf iPhone Case. U.S. Cellular announces the availability and pricing of its first Android smartphone, the Samsung Accalim. In late spring, U.S. Cellular revealed through its Facebook page that it would be bring two Android smartphones, the HTC Desire and Samsung Acclaim, to its lineup this summer, and we now have a release date and pricing for one of those devices. The Samsung Acclaim will be available July 9 for $99.95 after a mail-in rebate. With the purchase of the phone, the carrier will also give customers a $20 gift card to use toward app purchases in the Android Market..
If you want to see the capabilities of the Unreal Engine on your own iOS device, download a demo of the Epic Citadel, in which you can navigate a fictional castle. Using your thumbs to move around the world, it gives you a taste of what to expect Bookshelf iPhone Case. Pricing and an official release date have yet to be confirmed, but we hope it’ll be playable before the year is out. Image credit: Slidetoplay.com. A new trailer for Infinity Blade, a game available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, shows off graphics that compare with those you see on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3..