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LifeProof introduces SLɅM, NËXT and FRĒ cases for the new iPhones

by Vyncent ChanOctober 16, 2018
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Protect your new iPhone with these cases from LifeProof from Day One. LifeProof Malaysia have brought in the SLɅM and NËXT cases before the new iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone XR are available in Malaysia.

The SLɅM is a stylish drop proof case, which goes to show that using protection doesn’t mean losing out on aesthetic points. It comes with attractive graphics options and a colorful rubberized edges to protect the device. You get a choice of four attractive graphics options, and the case is available for all the new iPhones. Pricing varies though. The LifeProof SLɅM for the iPhone Xs is priced at RM159, while the versions for the iPhone Xs Max and iPhone XR will cost RM199.

The NËXT is even more rugged, with a raised beveled edge and port covers to protect your new iPhone against drops, dirt and snow. They are drop tested to 2 meters and feature an IP5X rating for ingress protection. Pricing starts from RM245 for the iPhone Xs’ variant, while owners of larger iPhones will have to foot out RM279 for the LifeProof NËXT.

Last but not least, the FRĒ. This is designed with a built-in screen protector to guard against scratches and seal the device from water ingress up to 2 meters deep for up to an hour. Naked, the iPhones are rated IP68, or water resistant up to 1.5m deep for half an hour. For those of you who always get wet, this is the protection you need. The FRĒ will be available soon priced at RM309 for the iPhone Xs, and RM339 for the iPhone Xs Max and iPhone XR.

Which case suits your fancy the most? The SLɅM seems like the most reasonable case that should suit most normal users. You might have to choose the higher end ones if you are clumsier than most though. For more information about these cases, head over to lifeproof.asia.

Pokdepinion: These names are so fancy that I actually have no idea how to pronounce them.

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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