LifeProof iPhone Case for the iPhone 4S / 4

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  • The LifeProof iPhone case delivers the highest level of waterproof, shock-proof, dirt-proof protection in an incredibly low profile a mere 1.5mm increase to each edge!

    The LifeProof iPhone case delivers the highest level of waterproof, shock-proof, dirt-proof protection in an incredibly low profile a mere 1.5mm increase to each edge!

  • Costing $70 to $80, the LifeProof iPhone case is one of the pricier cases on the market. It’s also one of the most protective cases on the market. We tested it out on a brand-new iPhone 4S to see how it performed during daily tasks — and yes, underwater.

    It also features AR coated optical glass lens known as LifeProof Crystal Clear that allows you to capture photos and videos free of distortion. Also, it includes handy headphone jack cover keeper, a threaded headphone adapter, and a microfiber cleaning cloth. The enhanced sound system is designed dynamically to provide maximum clarity and volume through speaker ports. The LifeProof for iPhone case weighs less than 28 grams and its unique materials do not stick to your collect lint or pockets.

  • Take your iPhone along, wherever life may take you. The LifeProof iPhone case delivers the highest level of waterproof, shock-proof, dirt-proof protection in an incredibly low profile – a mere 1.5mm increase to each edge!

LifeProof Cases for Phones and Tablets - AT&T

My major qualm with the Lifeproof iPhone case is the design of the headphone input. This headphone port is now deeply embedded within the case, and if your particular brand of headphone (I'm personally a Klipsch man) has a thicker cut of plastic surrounding the male jack, then you'll find yourself removing the case for your music listening pleasure. Removing the case over and over, however, will eventually wear on the plastic case, and the O-rings lining the case's insides--which waterproofs the case--will begin to fall out each time you pry off the tight Lifeproof case. This proves worrisome for the case's waterproofing capabilities and as I didn't have an iPhone to burn, I was unwilling to test this feature after removing the case several times a day for about two weeks.