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Case or no case? (+too many apps?)


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I bought a slip in pouch/case for my iPhone 4 so while it is in my pocket it doesn't get scratched and if it slides out of my pocket it's better protected. I was just thinking though perhaps sliding my phone in/out of the case so many times will actually cause it to eventually fade or get loads of tiny light scratches. Also on an iPhone 4 16gb how many pages of apps would probably be the maximum before performance was effected? Thanks.
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I have Ghost Armor on the front and back of mine. They make it for the side too, I just haven't had that one put on yet. It provides a nice scratch protection. I had it on my 3GS as well. I have never dropped it, but I would imagine it doesn't provide any drop protection. I use a pouch in addition to the Ghost Armor and I have been issue free so far.

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Fade what? It is glass on the front and back. For scratches it would depend on what type of material you have in the pouch. I would (just to be safe) use a front and back clear screen protector to help with minor abrasions that could be caused by pulling the iPhone out of a pouch.

With 512MB of memory I don't see you having to worry about how many app pages you have. Since you can have over 2,000 apps now you should be fine with the max amount of pages.
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Yes that's true, as long as the glass is not in anyway tinted then it should have no problems with fading like the 3G(S). I dislike screen protecters because they either bring bubbles up or make it look untidy. I might consider getting 2 for the front and back next time I am at a phone shop though.
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the number of apps will only affect your disck space, not performance
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