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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Snappgrip for iPhone Review

Snappgrip for iPhone Review


smartphone has a camera, but not all of them take the time to emulate
the feel, performance, and looks of an ordinary digital camera. High-end
smartphones, for example, offer exceptional quality that makes them
perfect for being point & shoot replacements. However, unlike them,
they don’t have the same feel in the hand. Generally speaking, we
normally have to hold them around the edges and on the tips of our
fingers – so they’re just not as comfortable.

Apple’s iPhone has
always been a top contender when it comes to camera quality, so it
doesn’t surprise us that one accessories company, BiteMyApple, is
turning the beloved thing into a point-and-shoot camera of some sorts.
Looking into the Snappgrip, it delivers that camera-like feel to the
iPhone 5/5S – where it features some handy tools that can attract
serious enthusiasts.

The package contains:
  • Quick start guide
  • microUSB cable
  • Travel bag
The grip is ideal for one-handed operation.
of two main components, a traditional looking snap-on case and a grip
attachment, the Snappgrip does a decent job in giving us that
camera-like feel in the hand. Sure, its design is rather boxy and
straightforward looking, but it’s the in-the-hand feel that’s most
profound here. Rather than holding the phone around its edges with two
hands, the Snappgrip enables us to grasp the entire thing one-handed.
Naturally, our middle and ring fingers wrap around the plastic textured
grip – while our index finger appropriately rests on top of the
two-level shutter key.

Graceful isn’t what we’d describe its
design, seeing that it can only do so much to try and mask the iPhone’s
overall “flat” shape. Even though we’re not inclined to shove the entire
thing into our pocket, especially with the massive bulge we’d see in
our pocket due to the grip, it’s comforting to know that we can remove
the grip portion of the unit, and just rely on the snap-on case.

case itself is as ordinary and plain as it can get. Despite the
straightforward approach, all of the iPhone’s ports and buttons are
easily accessible with the case on – including the 3.5mm headset jack.
That’s because the top and bottom sides of the case have cutouts to make
the various ports and buttons on them exposed, so there’s no need for a
special adapter to get access to the headphone jack. Additionally, it’s
worth mentioning that a cutout around the camera lens allows the case
to accommodate some of the optional lens attachments that BiteMyApple

As for the grip component of the package, it can be
dislodged from the case by simply pressing the large button on its side.
Around the top, though, it features a mode dial, digital zoom buttons,
and a two-level shutter key. Rounding things out, there’s a handy tripod
mount, microUSB port, and on/off switch on the bottom on the grip.

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