The diffrence between iPhone hard case and iPhone soft gel case

by Mengting Lin China purchase LED
 There are hard case and soft gel case in the market, but which is better for our iPhone? Well, several answers about it getting from customers. For example, “I have a hard case for my iPod because soft ones often get dirty and they aren't as protective as a hard case.”, “Get hard because the soft one can let water inside the iPhone and mess it up”. People prefer the hard case than soft gel case. The following is the advantage and the disadvantage of hard case and China iPhone soft gel case.
Soft cases get dirty easily, while it fits perfectly. It does not get loose at all and is thick enough that it would protect your phone from a fall also there is no way your case is getting scratched in this. It got holes for the charging port, headphone jack, camera, and the speaker phone. What I really like about this case is that the buttons are covered. There are not any holes for the buttons but the plastic is thinner and a little bubbled out over the buttons, you can still press them perfectly.
For the hard plastic case, as you can see in the China iPhone Hard Case manufacturer listing it is two plastic halves that clip together over the phone. I thought that this was going to make the phone very fat but it didn’t at all. The plastic is expected to be very thin, and still rigid. When you put your phone in the case, there are all the holes for everything including buttons. This will protect your phone and since it is more rigid than the plastic case, this might protect your screen from twisting more than the soft gel case, as Samsung Case manufacture said. One problem with this case is that once its clipped on its pretty hard to take off because the clips are pretty tight. I think this is a good thing, but if you just yank it apart the clips break.

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