Vader Overview & Installation
Taking a look at the Vader the first thing I noticed was how sleek it looked. ¬†The aluminum design really shines here and it has to be one of the best machined iPhone cases that I have seen. ¬†The case is split in to two different colors silver and gold. ¬†There are also 4 other color combinations that you can get. ¬†The gold looks awesome, I think any aluminum color looks great compared to plastic or steel.
There are openings for all of the buttons and connectors except for the power button, which has its own button. ¬†All of the openings are very intricate and smooth. ¬†This case does support both the AT&T and Verizon iPhone. ¬†On the inside of each corner of the case are small pieces of rubber that will keep the case from scratching your phone.
So now to get our iPhone inside of the case. ¬†Your first need to take the case apart. ¬†To do this you need to remove the 4 hex bolts on each corner. ¬†I have never seen a case that you actually have to use a screwdriver to take it apart. ¬†Once the case is apart you place your phone in the back part then put the top part back on and secure it with the screws.