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    URBAN ARMOR GEAR launched it's iPhone 5 solution in conjunction with Apple's iPhone 5 announcement on October 12th. 

    "We took the opportunity to make our iP5 solution even better than its predecessor.  With larger, more tactile, more responsive buttons and integrated flash bezel, all while maintaining the same superior drop protection with reduced weight and bulk."  Jay Veltz, UAG product development. 

    UAG's iPhone 5 composite case is available for pre-order on the UAG site in 6 color varieties including the new plasma and slate designs  and will ship 10.18.12  Check in with URBAN ARMOR GEAR'S  Facebook page for updates on availability and where to buy.

     

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    • Adam says...

      They are great. I bought the iphone 5 case it had a slight defect and in my first email with them uag issued a replacement. Great customer service and I live the case.

      On January 20, 2013

    • Chris Wilson says...

      Please, please, please, please make a Nexus 4 case in this color. I’m sure you won’t have any problems selling them.

      On December 03, 2012

    • PaulO says...

      Just bought the new UAG composite case in orange for my new iPhone 5. It is a great case and really does not take away from the elegant design of the new phone. Only one BIG problem; the bottom of the case where you plug it into power does not leave an opening large enough to accommodate the new $30 apple adapter for my car, office or anyplace else I used to dock my iPhone 4. Unless the UAG offers me a better solution, I will need to do some surgery to this beautiful case and hope the integrity of the case holds up.

      On November 02, 2012

    • Elvis Hung says...

      I am a Apple premium retail store product manager. We’ve alway been looking for good special iphone protect solutions for the market here. I am wondering if it’s possible to discuss about the distribution here in Taiwan.

      Regards,
      Elvis Hnug

      On October 25, 2012

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