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Case reviews aren’t often something that we do here at MacRumors because for the last several years, there’s been little variation in case design since there’s been little variation in iPhone design.
With the iPhone X, Apple introduced its first major design overhaul in years, so I thought I’d take a look at a wide range of cases from different manufacturers to see what’s out there. Given that the iPhone X features a highly breakable glass body and high repair costs, case usage is more important than it has been in past years.
For this review roundup (and subsequent roundups to come) I took a look at the general usability of iPhone X [...]
For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with Nomad to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Sport Strap for the Apple Watch.
Nomad’s Sport Strap is designed for 42mm Apple Watch models. It’s constructed from a soft, pliable silicone for a comfortable, molded fit on any wrist. The silicone it’s made from is antimicrobial and hypoallergenic, but it’s also durable and water resistant, making the band ideal for a range of activities on land and sea.
The Sport Strap has a stylish two-tone design in either Black/Volt or Black/Gray, and each color matches both the stainless steel and aluminum Apple Watch models in Silver and [...]
Nomad has been a well-known third-party Apple accessory manufacturer for a few years, creating leather cases for iPhones and iPads, Apple Watch bands, and battery packs that integrate directly into charging cables. The company’s newest product is the $99.95 Nomad Advanced Trackable PowerPack, a 9,000 mAh mobile battery that is built with Nomad’s usual „ultra-rugged construction,“ with an added bonus of Tile integration so users don’t have to worry about misplacing the PowerPack.Design
The PowerPack is created out of a durable, polycarbonate frame that Nomad says is inspired by the manufacturing processes found in industry-leading, [...]