Compatible with BOTH iphone 6 and iPhone 6s. Not compatible with 30-pin to Lightning Adapters or the majority of non-Apple branded USB to Lightning cables.
FRÄ: Built-in scratch protector is virtually invisible to the eye and touch; full access to buttons and controls – charge and sync through the micro USB port; profile: slim, sleek design follows your phone’s precision lines.
Water and Snow Proof: Fully submergible to 6.6’/2 m for 1 hour; Sealed from snow, ice, dirt & dust particles – meets or exceeds IP-68 Ingress Protection Rating.
Shock Proof: Withstands drops from 6.6’/2 m – meets or exceeds MIL STD 810F-516.
Proper installation of a LifeProof product is important to successful use so please review the installation video and check the user manual to ensure correct installation.
Color:Avalanche (Bright White / Cool Grey)
Set out with LifeProof FRÄ for Apple iPhone 6/6s and live with no limits. Waterproof and drop proof, FRÄ for iPhone 6/6s has the guts to go into the thick of it and come out unscathed. Featuring a built-in screen protector, FRÄ shields your iPhone 6/6s from Mother Natureâs worst. From ocean shores and mountain trails to desert dunes â no environment is too extreme for LifeProof FRÄ.
Color:Avalanche (Bright White / Cool Grey)
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 0.5 x 5.9 inches|
|Item Weight||1.28 ounces|
|Shipping Weight||4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Item model number||77-52564|
5,744 customer reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars
Very happy, will use it for skiing as well.
TIPS FOR SNORKELING:
It handles seawater without issues. Just like without it, touching the screen when underwater does no reaction, my advice is to “prepare” the iPhone by launching the Camera app first above water, and then only go underwater, whereafter the volume buttons do the actual photo shots.
Switching from/to video mode easily must be done above water and requires more preparation because tapping on screen while wet is fine but swiping for unlock is almost impossible, so this is what I did:
1. remove my code for unlock
2. Go to AssistiveTouch settings
3. add a new gesture which swipes right and call it “Swipe”
4. Add it in the AssistiveTouch menu
5. Enable AssistiveTouch
Then, to easily access my phone while in water, I go to the surface, wait for water to drool away (shake if necessary), and press the AssistiveTouch button, select my “Swipe” gesture, which shows a dark circle, tap that and it unlocks. Then I tap my Camera app and tap the “VIDEO” word to switch mode (no need to actually swipe). Then again go underwater because the volume buttons start/stop the videos.
May 17, 2016
When the case arrived, I was positively surprised by the thinness, and by how attractive it looked. But instead of slapping it on, I took my time, following the installation instructions video on the LifeProof website. First I did a 30 minute underwater test with the case itself to ensure that there were no leaks in my case. After successfully completing that test, I cleaned my new iPhone 6 thoroughly to be sure there was no dust or fingerprints on the display or fingerprint button. Then I installed the case.
When I started using my phone, everything worked great — the fingerprint reader, swiping up on the display, all touchscreen actions! The case exceeded my expectations. I’ve read that the original version of the LifeProof Fre case for iPhone 6 had some problems in terms of touchscreen & fingerprint usability, but that LifeProof made some revisions. I must have the 2nd-generation/revised version of this case, because it works perfectly.
Although I gave the case 5 stars, and find a lot to like in this case, it isn’t perfect. First, the opening for the Lightning charger port at the bottom of the case it very small. We have cables from Apple, Anker, and Duracell in our home, and only the Apple-branded Lightning cables fit in the LifeProof case. If LifeProof were to make the opening even a tiny bit larger, it would make a huge difference for being able to use 3rd party cables.
Second, the headphone jack screw cover is not easy to unscrew, making it inconvenient to listen to music. I totally understand the need to seal this opening from water damage, but I wish LifeProof would make the cover easy to take on and off, since I listen to music a lot.
Third, the left side toggle switch (to mute/un-mute alerts) is a bit tricky to use. The other side buttons (left side up/down volume keys and right side power key) work just fine, however.
*Thinner than expected (about the same thickness as other iPhone 6 hybrid cases)
*Not bulky at all
*Touchscreen display interaction works fine
*Fingerprint reader works fine
*Great protection from drops
*Side up/down volume keys and power key work great
*Bottom cable port opening only supports Apple-branded Lightning cables; 3rd party cables don’t fit
*Headphone jack cover difficult to screw on/off
*Side toggle switch tricky to use