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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by agkm800, Jun 7, 2010.
Bumpers look okay, but the 4G design will surely shrink the iPhone-case industry.
Look at the iPod shuffle. You would think nobody would need a case. Really, there are a lot of phones out there where you don't really need a case, but that doesn't mean companies would stop making cases for those.
I don't think so.
The bumpers look ridiculous and if you're bothered about protecting the sides you might as well get a case for the back as well.
I'll be getting a case purely because the back is glass.
Probably not in the slightest. New cases with more holes in them. The Iphone case industry will thrive as usual.
I am talking about the 'sales'. Sales will decrease for sure.
Again, look at the iPod shuffle. I don't see companies complaining about their sales being down when the 2G shuffle was out with aluminum body. Same thing for the iPod nano (you don't really need a case for 2G, 4G, and 5G nano). Besides, the focus now is to make cases for iPad.
They will just make cases for the new iPhone and people will need to buy a new case. Looks like more life than death for the iPhone case industry.
Think again, have you seen the video. It's not like normal glass, it's stronger than plastic.
It's still glass in my books so i am protecting it, also over time everything scratches and I hate that.
Well, there you go, a reason why companies making cases won't have many issues selling cases. As long as people think they need a case, they'll buy one.
I can tell you I have something like 10 cases for my iphone 3GS, but do not think I would buy one for the 4G. Only thing I might do would be get a Zagg for the back of it or something. That should be enough for this one. Great design! No more scratch prone glossy plastic back!
I would love apple to bring out a bumper with a glass backing, that way I protect the sides and back, yet it won't change the design of the phone as drastically as cases do now.
I know it sounds stupid but I like my iPhone looking like an iPhone.
I'm surprised one of the bumper colors wasn't clear. That would've been nice.
I agree with you 100%
probably wasn't necessary for me to post that, but whatever.
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I will be getting a skin for the front and back and probably some sort of easily removeable case that will fit on top of the skin for times where I'll need a little extra durability or water protection. This is what I do currently and I love it with my 3gs.
All I want is a nice slip case. Remember the old iPods and how they came with the cloth slip case? I want something thin that I can slide my iPhone 4 into and then push it out when I need to use it. That way if it falls out of my pocket or off a table while in it's slip case, it won't dent or scratch.
Apples glass never seems to scrach
Shrink???????? Heck NOOOOO Its going to grow leaps and bounds!!! Think about all the people that are going to be upgrading...All those useres are going to need another bumper or case. Then all the other buyers of people selling there 3 g or S will need a case....Ummmmmmmm they are going to make a killing!!!!!!!
I always wondered why people were buying cases and screen protectors to make phones larger and less responsive. I guess that if they did it for earlier iPhone versions, they would do the same for iPhone 4.
I want a case that will make my 3G look like the Iphone 4.
Yeah, I was surprised at that as well. I hope some other manufacturer makes a clear one.
Incase will never die! I hope...
This is some pretty crazy strong glass apparently. From the iPhone 4 video:
From the iPhone 4 Design page:
I don't get a case to protect against scratches, I get a case to protect the glass against the inevitable drops on cement its going to face so that the glass doesn't shatter.
Exactly. And at the typical $24-$29 or more each for a piece of molded plastic or rubber, the iPhone4 case business will most certainly thrive.