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iPhone 4/4S Defender Series Silicone Skin

$29.95
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SKU: 78-25616
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iPhone 4/4S

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The finishing touch on every OtterBox Defender Series case is the impact absorbing outer silicone layer. Enjoy this short-term opportunity to purchase a new silicone layer for your iPhone 4 /4S Defender Series case in a variety of colors. Make the super cool iPhone 4 /4S Defender Series case you've always wanted, with five colors to choose from, it’ll be hard to pick just one. Looking for the whole case? Check out the Defender Series Build Your Own iPhone 4S case.


*Not intended for stand-alone use. Additional components required for complete case. Purchase a complete case here.

iPhone 4/4S Defender Series Silicone Skin

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Compatibility:

  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4S
  • The individual silicone skin will not fit with the first generation iPhone 4 Defender Series. How do I tell which case I have? The first gen iPhone 4 Defender Series case has a tear-drop shaped camera opening on the back. The iPhone 4/4S Defender Series case has an oval-shaped camera opening on the back. If your case has an oval shape camera opening, congratulations you're in luck!
  • The individual polycarbonate shell or silicone skin will not fit the Defender Series iPhone 4/4S Anthem or Studio Collection cases
  • The individual polycarbonate shell or silicone skin Defender Series iPhone 4/4S case components cannot be used by their lonesome


Material:

  • The rugged silicone skin wraps around the polycarbonate shell

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1060 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by The hole for the earbud jack I figured out why the jack hole does not cover the hole on the iphone 4S only when apple came out with the iphone 4S compared to the 4 they moved the earbud jack just a litte bit to the left and the vibrate switch down just a bit. That is why the case does not fit exact on a iphone 4S. July 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super Guarantee They are the most reliability company in the WORLD March 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by cust service Never wrote a review before but had to on this one.First defender case works great a year and a half and just a small tear in rubber cover work at junk yard so I think that's pretty good.Ordered new one online only ordered 2 by mistake so called cust service only a cpl min wait was calling to cancel one .Spoke to Melissa I believe put me on hold and got disconnected and in 2 mins she called me back(a first time for that}to comfirm the cancellation.Will definitely order again Thanks Otterbox March 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by iPhone 4/4S Defender Series Silicone Skin THE OTTER BOX PHONE PROTECTOR COMES IN THREE PARTS. WHILE THE OTTER BOX PROTECTS THE PHONE VERY WELL (WHICH I HAVE DROPPED ON HARD SURFACES WITH DAMAGE) THE SILICONE SKIN STRETCHES OUT OF FORM AND THE LIFT TABS (CHARGING COMPARTMENT FLAP AND RINGER SILENCE FLAP) BREAKDOWN IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME. THE COMPANY REPLACE THE SILICONE SKIN UNDER WARRANTY WITHOUT HESITATION. February 20, 2014
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I bought an iPhone 4s rubber case from Otter online and it has an access to the earphone plug but it's completely covered. it seams that it has been reversed because it has access to the phone chip releaser. can you please tell me it that was the way it was built or there was a factory default?

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Apple moved the earphone jack and the vibrate switch on the 4S over just a bit. Compared to just the 4.
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I believe it's because they don't want dust and dirt to get in the earphone hole, so they reverse it to let you know it's there, but you have to open it.
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I think it was built that way to keep dirt from getting in the plugin hole. You can always flip it up when you need it?

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It should be there just tucked neatly in place. Just tug it a little. This feature protects the phone's plug when not in use.
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Howdy! Well this is my take on your question...I had the same question over 2 years ago...I was trying to plug in my earphone device and I could not get it in, then I thought the same thing you did...obviously it has been reversed! However...after a while I came up with this answer

Just like the Off/On switch, the ringer switch, the charging port...the access is there but yet protecting your phone. I believe it's done that way to keep moisture from getting in...Cause all you have to do is pop up the flap and insert your plug...this answer may be wrong, but makes sense to me ;-)
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My guess; the reason that opening is covered is to keep dust&debris at a minimal.
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It's a removable flap. This has saved me when the phone is exposed to dust and moisture. It's a port directly to the inside of the phone and should be covered when you are not using your ear piece. This is the same concept of the charging port.
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It's built that way.
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Factory Default
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I had the same issue, and when I discussed the location of the ear phone jack outlet with Otterbox, they explained that it wasn't a design flaw. The jack is covered to protect it from dust... and the opening to the side is for that small hole next to the earphone jack. Someone suggested that you could just cut that small rectangular part of the case so that the earphone jack is exposed, and that way you won't wear out the silicone by flipping it back and forth while you use the jack, which for most people is all the time!
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