We've seen our fair share of iPhone cases over the years, but there's one more irregular case that has caught our eye. And that case is the eXo by a company called Lucidream. This strikingly unique exo-skeleton case is fashioned out stainless steel that has been hand polished and comprised of three individual parts that interlock to protect the iPhone 6 from impacts and scratches – all while covering as little of the iPhone's svelte design as possible without degrading reception. Sounds familiar? While not an exact replica of Mod-3's aluminum-made Radius exo-skeleton case, the eXo case does share a stark resemblance to the Radius at its core, but is also a much more beefier and versatile variant that gets its industrial look and design from mechanical watch movements in that it features a clever non-screw or tool installation design with an integrated spring-damped impact absorption system.Read More
Just when you thought you spent enough money on your iPhone 6 pre-order comes the inevitable wave of new accessories to entice you to spend even more to protect your investment from harm. Apple's has its own official leather and silicone cases for the iPhone 6, but if you want something a bit more special than a Apple logo-embossed piece of flattened leather, there's CalypsoCrystal's new CalyspoCase Cabrio case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
If you're not in a rush to jump all over Apple's upcoming iPhone 6, then you may like this lush case made by Verus for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5. It's called the Iron Shield. Just hearing the name makes you excited. This slim fitting case features a dual-layer hybrid design made up of a shock-absorbing black TPU core made to look like the original two-tone design of the iPhone 5s, albeit features this dimpled pattern on the back that is similar to Samsung's Galaxy S5. Around that, the Iron Shield features a thin aluminum frame said to provide additional protection without impeding on signal reception. It looks great and best of all, it's surprisingly inexpensive for what it's worth at just $25.
Spigen has recently introduced its line of new, albeit familiar cases for the upcoming iPhone 6. Spigen's redesigned Ultra Neo Hybrid case for the purported 4.7-inch as well as the much larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 boasts a slim and rounded design with a revealing clear back panel to compliment the more curvier and thinner form factor of the iPhone 6. You can pre-order Spigen's Ultra Neo Hybrid as well as the more drop-protective Tough Armor case in various colors starting today. The cases are expected to ship later this September, which is also when Apple is expected to release the iPhone 6.