Cases specifically Designed for 6S

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by Macmark93, Jan 10, 2016.

  1. Macmark93 macrumors member

    Macmark93

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    Hi, i am having extreme trouble with these so called 6s designed cases. I first bought the Spigen tough armour tech on Spigens website. ( http://www.spigen.co.uk/cell-phone/...ne-6s-case-tough-armor-tech.html#.VpLfyTbPzq0 ) you can clearly see it only titles 6S not 6.

    This phone was Cleary advertised as a 6s only case but when it arrived the box said 6S/6 case. Instantly i noticed that the case was gripping the phone very tight, not so much a big deal but then i had to put my screen protector on. I use ultimate shield tampered glass protectors and they are great but a little thick. Just for clarification i used to work in a computer shop and installing screen protectors where part of my daily role, i could install anything up to 30 a day so it deffo was not a fault of the installation process as it was done perfect.

    Anyways the inner rubber case would apply that much force on the screen that it would actually rip the ultimate shield adhensive of the protector. Anyways i thought i would stretch the case out and must of spent an hour trying to strech the rubber case out so it would have a bit of give in it. At first it did work but the next day the protector just pealed of. This happened the next day with another protector down at 10 quid each.

    I will return this so called 6s case tomorrow.

    Now can some one please as i am at my ends, point out 1 or more cases that are designed souly for the 6s as i have tried this with another spigen case, tough armour and its happened again. I know many of you may not have an issue with this but the protectors i trust , are a bit thicker than the average protector so so if the case is not perfectly made for the 6s this will make it even tighter and it will literally grip the corners of the protector that hard it lifs the protector up.

    I dont think i can even be picky ha finding a 6s pacfifc case is unbelievably hard never mind being picky.

    Also , do any of you know how you can point out what 6s/6 case is made for the 6s rather than cases made for the 6 but advertised as the 6s case, if that makes sense haha. Thanks any help will be appreciated.
     
  2. Macmark93 thread starter macrumors member

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  3. kcellup macrumors regular

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    are you dealing with an e2e screen protector? I have a Spigen Neo Hybrid Carbon with a Spigen glas.tr screen protector and have no issues. Yeah, its snug, but I want it to be snug.
     
  4. Macmark93 thread starter macrumors member

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    yes it is an e2e one, hmm i take it i am the only one then.
     
  5. lpetty2011 macrumors newbie

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    You can use non edge to edge screen protector. They fis perfectly in all kind of cases. I have Maxboost tempered glass screen protector on mine and never have problem with it. You really should check out their VIPU reviewer program and get a free screen protector to test it out.
     
  6. Macmark93 thread starter macrumors member

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    Hi , the reason it happend was because of the so called 6s spigen case i had instaled, i have now got a gadgeio case and its fits excellent. Also a better case, thanks.
     
  7. kcellup macrumors regular

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    Before I got my screen protector and case from spine I called them, they told me my neo hybrid would not work well with an e2e and the gals.tr would work better... I listened. It also says on the back of most of their case boxes its best fits with which screen protectors. Sorry you weren't happy, but I am quite happy with mine!
     

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