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New Protective Silicone Case Skin Cover for iPhone 4G (Black) only £1.04 delivered @ Focal Price (or 75p each if buying 3/60p each if buying 10+)
New Protective Silicone Case Skin Cover for iPhone 4G (Black) only £1.04 delivered @ Focal Price  (or 75p each if buying 3/60p each if buying 10+)

New Protective Silicone Case Skin Cover for iPhone 4G (Black) only £1.04 delivered @ Focal Price (or 75p each if buying 3/60p each if buying 10+)

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High quality and made of silicone material, very durable and reusable.
Designed to fit the contour of iPhone 4G precisely.
Ultra slim and custom-fit, with open-face design for easy operation.
Made of durable and flexible material, smooth to touch and can protect your phone from scratching and dirt.
Used for decoration and protection.
Allows easy access to all buttons, controls and ports with removing the skin.Ideal for your iPhone 4G.Product Details (including package):
weight:22 g
size:11.8*6.5*1.3 cm

Pack including:
1 ?Protective Silicone Case Skin Cover for iPhone 4G

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For all your reception needs?

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CyDoNiA;8920552

For all your reception needs?



You've lost me CyDoNiA :?

I thought the new iphone 4G is made of reinforced glass which is as hard as Sapphire Crystal, so is pretty much scratch proof and no need for aftermarket protective casing. Or is it just Apple marketing BS?

I have a watch with sapphire crystal, hard wearing for over ten years and theres not one scratch on the face. So, is the iphone 4G as durable?

andywedge;8920563

You've lost me CyDoNiA :?




Apparently, putting the iphone 4g in a case can alleviate its reception issue.

news.bbc.co.uk/1/h…stm

The official advice is to "avoid gripping it in the lower left corner in a way that covers both sides of the black strip in the metal band".

Alternatively, said Apple, customers could buy a case to shield the antenna...



...The problem is thought to be particularly acute for left-handed owners who naturally touch the phone in the sensitive area.

The casing of Apple's latest phone is made of stainless steel, which also serves as its antenna.

Apple sells a rubber "bumper" that shields the sensitive area as do many other firms.

oceanblue1;8920607

I thought the new iphone 4G is made of reinforced glass which is as hard … I thought the new iphone 4G is made of reinforced glass which is as hard as Sapphire Crystal, so is pretty much scratch proof and no need for aftermarket protective casing. Or is it just Apple marketing BS? I have a watch with sapphire crystal, hard wearing for over ten years and theres not one scratch on the face. So, is the iphone 4G as durable?



Got told that yesterday when buying; aparently screen protectors are now not sold with with any cases for the 4G. Only anti glare ones that Apple approve. This applies to the Apple Store obviously. Suppose its about personal preference really; if you are reasonably careful and don't put keys/coins in the same pocket I can't see any scratches happening.

melted;8920613

Apparently, putting the iphone 4g in a case can alleviate its reception … Apparently, putting the iphone 4g in a case can alleviate its reception issue.http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8761240.stmThe problem is thought to be particularly acute for left-handed owners who naturally touch the phone in the sensitive area. The casing of Apple's latest phone is made of stainless steel, which also serves as its antenna. Apple sells a rubber "bumper" that shields the sensitive area as do many other firms.



Apparently it is a software issue with iOS4 and apple are releasing iOS 4.01 next week

Or a piece of sellotape or even nail varnish in the said area sorts it
Although for a brand new product it is pretty bad that you should have to do this.

m623d;8920658

Or a piece of sellotape or even nail varnish in the said area sorts … Or a piece of sellotape or even nail varnish in the said area sorts itAlthough for a brand new product it is pretty bad that you should have to do this.



And unecessary if it's a software problem as stated before. I am 100% certain that if it were a hardware issue it would have been spotted in the testing phase; so it was bound to be a software issue. I mean the grip style that "caused" the issue is common; so why wouldn't Apple have noticed it before?

good deal, this is the exact same case i paid 2.99 for on amazon, and that was cheap i thought.

oceanblue1;8920607

I thought the new iphone 4G is made of reinforced glass which is as hard … I thought the new iphone 4G is made of reinforced glass which is as hard as Sapphire Crystal, so is pretty much scratch proof and no need for aftermarket protective casing. Or is it just Apple marketing BS? I have a watch with sapphire crystal, hard wearing for over ten years and theres not one scratch on the face. So, is the iphone 4G as durable?


Maybe not as strong as Apple intended???

gizmodo.com/557…rop

Aren't they doing free bumpers?

SamuraisShadow;8921068

Aren't they doing free bumpers?



If you speak to the right person over the phone

spoke to lad in apple store and he said they had problems scratching the phone to get a sticker on it, they ment to be mint for scratchproof

iamdamien

[quote=m623d]I am 100% certain that if it were a hardware issue it would … [quote=m623d]I am 100% certain that if it were a hardware issue it would have been spotted in the testing phase



What if all the iPhone hardware was kept and only tested inside a fake 3G case? Since that is what happened.... The case would have prevented such an issue from occurring, no?
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