A recurring point of contention in my iPhone 6 case reviews thus far has been the ease with which you can get the case on and off. This is because of two issues new to the iPhone 6.
First, with the sleep/wake button opposite the volume buttons, you no longer have a completely flat edge over which to snap a case; you’re worried about hitting buttons (the wrong way) on all
sides. Second, there’s “Bendgate,” and although that’s an irrational fear (much like getting ebola on a New York City subway car), it’s a fear nonetheless, so most consumers won’t enjoy applying
too much pressure to get their case on and off.
Seidio addresses this with their Surface iPhone 6 case by utilizing a two piece system.
The top two-thirds detach from the bottom third, allowing you easily and smoothly…