The iPhone 12 might not be with us for a month or two, but if you’re eager you can already buy a case for it.
Case maker Totallee has unveiled its line of iPhone 12 cases on its website. For the eighth year in a row, the company has successfully launched its accessories before the phone itself.
You might think this is a premature touch for Totallee, even with this eight year track record. Fortunately, there have been numerous leaks in the new flat design of the iPhone 12 and its three size options for four models. It is far from certain that we will see a return to the iPhone 4 design and that we will get models with a diameter of 5.4, 6.1 and 6.7 inches.
Totallee’s style is to make super-thin cases, and this time around, it is. You have a choice of a transparent TPU material if you want to appreciate Apple’s own colors, or you can choose matte white or black, or a matte navy blue or green in polypropylene. Though it’s inconspicuously designed, there is still a lip around the screen and around the rear camera array so you can effectively protect your phone’s camera module and display.
Even if you want to ignore unofficial information, phone manufacturers usually have agreements with accessory companies to ensure they receive accurate wiring diagrams. In this way, both sides benefit from the fact that the main device is supported by a large number of peripheral devices from the start day.
And even if the design still turns out to be inaccurate, Totallee offers a money-back guarantee to customers who purchase one of these cases. It seems like good business if you’ve already decided on an iPhone 12 and like the look of Totallee’s designs.
The iPhone 12 is currently expected to launch in October, with the devices actually reaching customers in November. However, Apple’s event next week on September 15th could bring at least some iPhone-related news in addition to the expected revelations for Apple Watch 6 and iPad Air 4.
With four different models, the iPhone 12 range is Apple’s largest to date for a single phone. The cheapest models, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max, are both equipped to use two rear cameras, while the more expensive iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max get three cameras and a new LiDAR depth sensor.
All phones will reportedly share Apple’s new chipset for mobile devices, the A14 Bionic. You will also have all of the OLED displays and the option for 5G connectivity.