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iPhone 4S cases in AT&T stores now [Speck and Otterbox]

iPhone 4S cases in AT&T stores now [Speck and Otterbox]

When it comes to the next iPhone, whatever that may be at the time, it's generally just news tips that we get, whispers and the occasional blurting out of details by those who are trusted to keep them. In this case, details come in the form of, well, a case. A couple of cases, actually, one of them from Speck, the other from OtterBox. Both of these cases have arrived in stores and/or people's deviously swiping hands today, both of them appearing very much to be THIS CLOSE to being ready for release.

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OtterBox Latch for iPad debuts

OtterBox Latch for iPad debuts

If you want a really protective case for your iPad, OtterBox has you covered. The company makes some of the most protective cases out there for iPads with the Defender series and Commuter series cases. OtterBox has announced that it has a new accessory for these cases that makes the iPad easier to grip called the Latch.

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OtterBox unveils Defender for Motorola Atrix 4G

OtterBox unveils Defender for Motorola Atrix 4G

Anytime we get a new smartphone we always want to keep it working and looking good. That means that you need to protect the device from scratches, drops, and bumps that come with actually using a device in your daily life. One of the most protective cases for any smartphone comes from OtterBox and is called the Defender.

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OtterBox Defender Series for iPhone 4 promises ruggedness & no antenna glitches

OtterBox Defender Series for iPhone 4 promises ruggedness & no antenna glitches

As two sheets of glass in a sandwich with a thin metal band, the iPhone 4 isn't exactly the most rugged smartphone we've seen.  Happily third-party manufacturers like OtterBox are around to address that: their new Defender Series for iPhone 4 promises to wrap the Apple smartphone in three layers of protection: a shatter-resistant polycarbonate shell, a clear display screen cover (as well as a clear cover for the Apple logo cutout on the back) and a silicone skin.  Together, OtterBox reckon, it's enough to make the iPhone 4 "nearly indestructible", plus it also addresses the antenna issues too.

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