A ruggedized shock absorbent exterior wrapped around a poly-carbonate core makes the Silk Armor Tough Case durable and light-weight, providing the ultimate protection for your iPhone 7.
Air Cushioned Corners or the interior of the Silk Armor Tough Case provide a shock absorbent buffer while dispersing the force from impacts away from your iPhone. Coupled with the air cushioned corners the enhanced exterior corners of the Silk Armor Tough Case absorbs impacts providing the ultimate drop protection.
for iPhone 7
The uniquely designed Soft Touch Grips keep your iPhone securely in your hand without the uncomfortable bulkiness associated with most rugged cases.
Elevated 360-degree corners protect your phone so that you can place your phone on any table without fear of scuffing the screen. Included with the Silk Armor Tough Cases are two premium Tempered Glass Screen protectors
December 1, 2016
A new rumor suggests that Apple’s next series of iPhones will use an all-glass body, eschewing the metal frame in part to better support wireless charging. The rumor stems from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who further claimed that Apple has wanted to try an all-glass aesthetic for years.
If the rumor is true, we can expect to see the new chassis next September, when Apple will likely release up to three new iPhones to celebrate the device’s 10th anniversary. These may include all-glass updates of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, in addition to an iPhone with an OLED display and a sleek, bezel-less design. It is worth noting that these options may be pared down, just as the rumored iPhone 7 Pro never saw a release. It is also unclear if any of these devices will be named “iPhone 8.”
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November 24, 2016
Snapchat has brought its new “Spectacles” camera glasses to a popup store in Manhattan, after offering limited amounts of the glasses in California and Oklahoma. The popup shop, strategically located across from the 5th Avenue Apple Store, offers a single vending machine which will sell the $130 face-mounted camera to any early adopter willing to brave the line. The long lines and limited availability are most likely intentional plays at building buzz around the new product. Learn More
November 17, 2016
Samsung has acquired Harman International Industries for $8 billion, the Korean supergiant’s largest acquisition ever. Harman is best known for its Harmon Kardon audio systems, and other audio brands like JBL. However, Harman does most of its business selling safety, telematics, and infotainment devices to the auto companies like Toyota and BMW. The acquisition positions Samsung more competitively in the connected auto industry, a field already occupied by rivals Apple and Google.
Samsung usually develops its new technology in-house, and rarely makes big acquisitions. The company decided to break tradition to more quickly enter the automotive market.
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