Welcome to yet another installment of the Gadgetmac Guide! IPhone wallet cases might not appeal to everyone, but they are an excellent way to carry just everything you desire without the further bulk and minimize the possibility of you forgetting to take one or the other when you leave your house. Placing everything you got into one place sure is suitable, what could possibly FAIL? Make sure you head around past the break for the full rundown!
This can be one of the more unique iPhone wallet cases and we believed when we last reviewed it, it absolutely was mainly filled with triumph. Twelve South’s BookBook looks just like a vintage novel from the outside, is handcrafted using genuine leather and is intended to work as a flip folio design case and never having to take out the iPhone from its own custom cradle.
The velvety soft interior of the BookBook can store up to three cards, includes a suitable clear ID window plus a concealed side loading pocket for stashing a number of your cash. As much as you are able to, the BookBook was created to look like a classic novel, so there isn’t any cutout for the back facing camera, unfortunately. The BookBook offers access to buttons and any or all interfaces all the time. Cost $59.99.
Hard Graft’s wallet cases are possibly one of the more beautifully, nicely put cases together for iPhone 4S. and the iPhone 4 But they’re also the most expensive out the group. The Phone Fold Wallet combines uber superior wool felt and vegetable tanned Italian leather, and is handcrafted in Germany. Hard Graft’s Phone Fold Wallet folds open and certainly will store up to 8 cards and cash using a pouch style slot built to protect your iPhone having a felt lined interior. Unlike the BookBook wallet case, the Phone Fold Wallet will not provide direct access to ports or touchscreen availability and is just a pouch for your iPhone. The Mobile Fold Wallet can be found in grey and tan leather. Cost $125.