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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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