iSkin Revo and iPhone Proximity Sensor

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blacklabel775

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I have had my iPhone in a skin case for a while now, but one problem with it is that it blocks the sensor on the front of the phone, so the screen doesn't turn off when I bring it to my ear. I have been hearing some good things about the iSkin Revo, but I have not heard anything about whether or not this case has the same problem. Any owners have some feedback?
 

Fafafoooey

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I have had my iPhone in a skin case for a while now, but one problem with it is that it blocks the sensor on the front of the phone, so the screen doesn't turn off when I bring it to my ear. I have been hearing some good things about the iSkin Revo, but I have not heard anything about whether or not this case has the same problem. Any owners have some feedback?
Got a skin case from www.ifrogz.com

Comes with screen film and does not block the sensors
 

drconehead2000

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I have had my iPhone in a skin case for a while now, but one problem with it is that it blocks the sensor on the front of the phone, so the screen doesn't turn off when I bring it to my ear. I have been hearing some good things about the iSkin Revo, but I have not heard anything about whether or not this case has the same problem. Any owners have some feedback?
I just put my iskin revo on...it DOES NOT block any of the sensors! Great product
 

webb

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belt clip

But there is no belt clip. I would buy three of these cases (in different color schemes) but there is no clip for the belt. They thought of everything but that....disappointing.


Fred
 

drconehead2000

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But there is no belt clip. I would buy three of these cases (in different color schemes) but there is no clip for the belt. They thought of everything but that....disappointing.


Fred

Come on....a belt clip...could you make a cool product any worse by wearing it on your belt?
 

WolfmanXII

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yes man. revo does not block sensors. maybe u need to massage it into place. if it blocked em id send it back right now but so far im lovin this case. other the the size of the hole for the ringer/silence switch.
 

webb

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option

Come on....a belt clip...could you make a cool product any worse by wearing it on your belt?
I acknowledge your opinion, but, they could have atleast given the end user the option of belt clip or no belt clip. Much like one of the leather holsters they have out now (belkin perhaps) that has a screw on / off belt clip.

Fred
 

thinkart

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Roger that! I don't care to look like gadget boy.

Got mine today, good stuff!
Where did everyone find iSkin Revos that are shipping so quick (off their site?) Because I tried ordering from macmall and they wont be shipping until aug 31..WTF? :sick:
 

Eiko

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I acknowledge your opinion, but, they could have atleast given the end user the option of belt clip or no belt clip. Much like one of the leather holsters they have out now (belkin perhaps) that has a screw on / off belt clip.

Fred
Adding the possibility for a clip on a rubber case would make for a large amount of bulk, exactly what I for one do not want. As it is, the phone fits perfectly in the side pocket of my carpenter jeans :) Can't stand it clipped on, in the front or back pockets.