1. denzilla's Avatar
    LOL, I was wondering why the film was sticking to the center of the home button. I'll take a q-tip and work around the button to get the rest of the film to sit on it properly.

    The case does the phone well. I do wish it was a bit more grippy and rigid, though. I still worry about bending the phone while it's in my side cargo pants pocket as I get out of my car.
    01-18-2015 12:16 AM
  2. iLive an iLife's Avatar
    LOL, I was wondering why the film was sticking to the center of the home button. I'll take a q-tip and work around the button to get the rest of the film to sit on it properly.

    The case does the phone well. I do wish it was a bit more grippy and rigid, though. I still worry about bending the phone while it's in my side cargo pants pocket as I get out of my car.
    Depending on how adventurous you want to be, you can try this. Take the phone out of the case and put it back in starting with the bottom. The Touch ID film should stick better to the scanner and cover the majority (not just the circle in the center). You could also try pressing very gently on the film when you're putting the phone into the case. I did that and it helped remove some of the air bubbles/make the film sit flush. If I think about it, I'll try to get a picture of mine tomorrow and post it.


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    01-20-2015 11:05 PM
  3. Steven Viscarra's Avatar
    Its a great case and I am currently using this as my daily case. I love the protection, the rubberized front and rigid back and the black with grey color scheme. BUT I personally have a few issues with the case.

    Problem 1: The screen integrity is lost. But this is the case with most screen protectors anyways. I just personally dont like the feel of the screen and prefer the bare glass or a tempered glass screen protector.

    Problem 2: The dust and lint gathers in the I/O ports and sometimes gets inside the case when the flap is open.

    Problem 3: The film over the Bio-metric Sensor (Touch ID sensor) is practical and works I would say 95% of the time. There is that 5% of the time where i have to try again. This might be an issue with finger placement or just the way I programmed my finger print.

    Problem 4: I'm starting to see some air bubbles forming on my screen which just makes Problem 1 way worse.

    Problem 5: Sometimes when I pull my phone out of my pocket the flap opens up. And if i place a finger on the flap but more towards the back of the door it pops open very easy with little force. I think I am accidentally hitting that as I full the phone out of my pocket.

    Problem 6: This is probably the worst part about this case. The opening for the lighting connector is very precise and only fits the OEM Apple Lighting Cable. I had many third party cables for length and spare cables for different locations since i had the iPhone 5 previously and none of them fit with this case. I had the LifeProof fre on the iPhone 5 as well and I didn't have any clearance issues. Luckily I found a third party cable that is cheaper than Apple's cable and it fits this case as well. You can find it on Amazon its sold by ROKER.


    Let me know if you guys are experiencing these issues so maybe I can file for a replacement to fix some these issues.
    01-22-2015 02:13 PM
  4. denzilla's Avatar
    Question for those using this case: when looking at your phone from the sides, does it appear as though your phone is slightly bowed or bent? Mine does. I can lay it on a flat surface and see a slight arch.

    I was very careful installing this case. I want to take the case off the phone to check, but I'm afraid of what I might find.
    01-22-2015 05:29 PM
  5. iLive an iLife's Avatar
    Question for those using this case: when looking at your phone from the sides, does it appear as though your phone is slightly bowed or bent? Mine does. I can lay it on a flat surface and see a slight arch.

    I was very careful installing this case. I want to take the case off the phone to check, but I'm afraid of what I might find.
    I think mine might have a slight arc to it. Most likely just the case. I don't think you could apply enough pressure to bend your phone while it's in this case (I feel like the plastic would crack before the 6 bends). You an take it off and check but I'm sure you're fine!


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    01-22-2015 08:09 PM
  6. denzilla's Avatar
    I think I messed up my case already. Took it off to inspect phone for bending (it's not). Used a coin to pop the case loose on one side and marred up the back half of the case along the seam, where it snaps to the front half. It's not too bad, I doubt it's water proof anymore, though. Will water test it one of these days I guess.
    01-30-2015 12:15 PM
  7. marvar11's Avatar
    Has anyone else had trouble using the ring/silent switch. I've tried taking the case off and putting it back on but I still cant get it to work.
    01-30-2015 03:14 PM
  8. zerog46's Avatar
    Has anyone else had trouble using the ring/silent switch. I've tried taking the case off and putting it back on but I still cant get it to work.
    You have to almost push in while flipping it back and forth.


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    01-30-2015 03:15 PM
  9. denzilla's Avatar
    Has anyone else had trouble using the ring/silent switch. I've tried taking the case off and putting it back on but I still cant get it to work.
    Try this: if you want to set it to vibrate, lift the switch up. To set it back to ring, push down.
    01-30-2015 05:33 PM
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