1. tuffy100's Avatar
    Hey everyone,

    I am not asking this question for myself, rather, for a friend (who isn't very internet savvy & I use an Incase Snap Case, not a Bumper). He recently got an iPhone 4S and along with it, he decided to get a bumper case. He's happy with his iPhone 4S, but he has been complaining to me about his Bumper case so I figured I'd come here to see if anyone else is having these problems.

    He keeps complaining that the bottom of his Bumper case, where you plug it in to charge/sync, is very sharp around the edges. I felt it and I can confirm that it is indeed quite sharp.

    Has anyone else had this issue? Is it an issue at all? Would filing it down a bit help?
    12-01-2011 07:05 PM
  2. Click's Avatar
    I've had the same with all the bumpers I've bought. So it has to be how they are made. :/
    12-01-2011 08:19 PM
  3. E_Brown's Avatar
    Hey everyone,

    I am not asking this question for myself, rather, for a friend (who isn't very internet savvy & I use an Incase Snap Case, not a Bumper). He recently got an iPhone 4S and along with it, he decided to get a bumper case. He's happy with his iPhone 4S, but he has been complaining to me about his Bumper case so I figured I'd come here to see if anyone else is having these problems.

    He keeps complaining that the bottom of his Bumper case, where you plug it in to charge/sync, is very sharp around the edges. I felt it and I can confirm that it is indeed quite sharp.

    Has anyone else had this issue? Is it an issue at all? Would filing it down a bit help?
    Yeah that's just how they are.
    That's the main reason I got rid of my bumper. It would dig into my left pinky, because that's right where I keep it when I type. I always thought there should be some of thing that could plug the hole and make it smooth. Then I would love the bumper.


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    12-01-2011 09:55 PM
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