How about you? Did you go out and pick up an iPod not too long ago? Or are you seriously considering making a purchase?
When you’re out and about, be sure to look around. In terms of prevalence, iPods are quickly catching up to cellphones. Why, yes, of course they are! We think the iPod is the coolest gadget ever. What’s the one thing you absolutely have to do after obtaining an iPod?
You should keep it safe! A large majority of people do not. Despite the fact that the typical iPod owner spends between $30 and $60 USD on peripherals. That’s between 30 and 60 percent off the list price of an iPod.
Most consumers are investing in flashy add-ons like FM transmitters, docking stations, and wireless control kits. Don’t get me wrong, these are fantastic tools, but before you buy anything more, make sure your iPod is well protected.
Invest in fundamentals before splurging on luxuries. The selection of iPod skins and cases is vast. Whatever your style – there is a case for you!
By purchasing a Skin or Case you’ll be safeguarding your iPod from these typical problems:
The mouse wheel becomes scratched *
* iPod screen scratches.
Scratches on the reflective back.
As great as the Apple iPod is, it has a few serious flaws. The battery life is limited and it scratches easily. These problems reduce an iPod’s resale value. This may not seem crucial but if you wish to trade in your older one for a newer one, these aspects will matter. Additionally, nobody wants a mark on their own brand new, shiny iPod. Every time you pull your iPod out of your pocket it generates microscopic scratches!
There are many accessories out there but most do not fulfill the basic necessities of your iPod. Protection. You need to protect your iPod before anything else. Get a high-quality case, skin, or sleeve for your iPod before doing anything else.
The most widely purchased iPod covers are:
Cellphone sleeve transformed to a case.
This is the most frequent and are most easily available. Unfortunately the mirrored back of the 3G and 4G iPod are easily scratched by the sleeve as the brush against it. You can skip this step if your budget allows for a 3G or 4G iPod. Invest in an iPod-specific case to safeguard your new investment.
Apple iPod silicone skin.
This is currently the most frequent occurrence. It’s possible to find them in a wide range of sizes, hues, and finishes. However, you should know that there are cheap, low-quality cases made in China in large quantities. The low-quality silicone covers are also notorious for attracting dust and lint. The United States and Japan are good places to look for branded, high-quality goods.
Wrap your iPod in leather.
It’s no secret that leather iPod cases are all the rage. Some customers have complained that the Apple-branded version scrapes the mirror rear and lacks a cover flap. Countless websites offer high-quality leather case options. Make sure the casing has been expertly stitched. Brands like Belkin and Digital Lifestyle are examples.
Shockproof and watertight carrying cases.
Our more mobile and busy lives have increased the demand for protective cases like these. While there is no shortage of cases available, it’s important to remember that even the best of them can only offer minimal protection against water. To be “water resistant” denotes that an item may endure brief exposure to water, but it is not designed for prolonged submersion or use in extreme environments. You may get several metal cases that are resistant to shock.
With your newfound expertise, you may confidently search for a case that serves your purposes while also complementing your personal taste. Best of luck with your investigation!
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