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Incipio Announces 6 new iPhone 5 Cases

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Incipio announced a collection of new iPhone 5 cases today, adding to the selection already available at many places the iPhone 5 is sold.

The new iPhone 5 cases include new looks and upgraded materials for some of the existing cases with a brushed aluminum look.

Incipio’s new cases offer various levels of protection and include many color options, though in store selection may be limited at launch.

Read: Best iPhone 5 Cases

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Incipio feather iPhone 5 case.

The Incipio feather iPhone 5 case brings the company’s popular feather case to the latest iPhone. This case is made of polycarbonate material, offering a light protective shell. Incipio also offers the feather SHINE, a version of this case with a brushed aluminum look. The feather iPhone 5 case is $24.95 and the SHINE version is $29.99.

 

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Incipio CODE iPhone 5 case.

Users looking for more protection may find the CODE iPhone 5 case more to their liking. This case uses three layers of material to keep the iPhone safe. The case uses a silicone layer, TPU plastic layer and Incipio’s Plextonium layer for added protection. The parts are interchangeable allowing for several color combinations. CODE retails for $34.99.

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Incipio NGP iPhone 5 case.

The Incipio NGP case is a shock absorbing iPhone 5 case with an included screen protector. It’s available in pink, grey, black and purple. This single layer case is $19.99.

 

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Incipio DUALPRO SHINE iPhone 5 case.

The Incipio DUALPRO iphone 5 case we reviewed also gets the SHINE treatment with a brushed aluminum finish and a silicone inner for extra protection. The SHINE upgrade increases the price to $34.99.

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Incipio FAXION iPhone 5 case.

 

Incipio also shows off the FAXION, a flexible case with a hard shell and a variety of color options for the two-tone design. This case also comes with a screen protector. The FAXION retails for $34.99.

Read: Best iPhone 5 Accessories

Users looking for extreme protection will want to check out the OtterBox iPhone 5 Defender Series case. Those looking for minimalist protection should check out the ZAGG InvisibleSHIELD Extreme and other ways to protect the back of the iPhone 5.

Josh Smith is Editor of GottaBeMobile and Notebooks.com. He's always looking for ways to help you get the most of your gear and loves to talk about tech on radio and TV. Josh uses an iOS and Android devices as well as Mac and Windows Computers. Josh Smith on Google+ Email: [email protected]

3 Comments

  1. andymicheal

    10/03/2012 at 4:59 am

    Thank you for these useful information
    Do you know that apple updated its apps like for example music app which you can now see the song progress and timeline, and repeat and shuffle buttons. Also the camera has the same 8-megapixel, but this camera offers better low-light performance and captures photos 40 percent faster.
    But you need to protect it by putting iphone case or cover.
    Best Regards
    Andy Micheal

  2. John

    11/20/2012 at 7:06 am

    Or try review the new cases from EDGE Design at http://www.edge-desing.com
    Aluminum full body cases whit open design. Tough and cool.

  3. Carrie

    07/14/2013 at 1:31 pm

    Nice case, but I would recommend the Pong Research iPhone case over this. The amount of wireless energy a cell phone user is exposed to depends on the technology of the phone, the distance between the phone’s antenna and the user, the extent and type of use, and the user’s distance from cell phone towers. That’s why I did research and found a case that can reduce radiation exposure. I read about Pong Research cases, Pong technology is custom-designed for each mobile device and works to redirect radiation away from your head and body. I hesitated about it, anyway, I bought a case Pong because is the only technology proven in FCC-certified laboratories to reduce the exposure to mobile device radiation by up to 95% below the FCC limit without compromising the device’s ability to communicate.

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