Loc: Florida, USA
I dropped my iPhone the other day, it's didn't fall too hard since it landed on a thick rubber floor mat. Shortly after I noticed on the back starting where the dock connector was there was a inch long crack.
Now since I work in a restaurant kitchen with all sorts of dangers to a electrical device can anyone recommend a semi sealed case that isn't too thick?
I like the thick plastic case I have my iPod Touch in... it's still far thinner than first generation iPods, and if I drop it, kick it, spill water on it, drop it on the worksite, I don't worry about it. I suggest you look for one of those, the plastics only about a quarter of an inch thick, but the protection you gain is well worth the extra bulk.
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