Case maker Totally has unveiled its line of iPhone 12 thin cases on its website, claiming that for the eighth consecutive year, the company has already successfully launched its accessories from the phone.
You might be thinking that this is a touch premature on Totally’s part, even with that eight-year track record. Fortunately, the iPhone 12’s new flat-sided design has received several leaks, and the four models have three size options. All this is certain that we are seeing a return to the iPhone 4-style design, and we are getting models measuring 5.4, 6.1 and 6.7 inches.
Totli’s style is to make super-thin cases, and this time it is the same. You have the option of a transparent TPU material if you want to appreciate Apple’s own colors, or you can choose white or black, or matte navy blue or green in polypropylene. Although it is designed to be unobtrusive, there is a lip around the screen and around the rear camera array, allowing you to still protect your phone’s camera module and display effectively.
Even if you want to ignore informal information, phone manufacturers usually have arrangements with subsidiaries to ensure they get accurate plans. In this way, both sides have the advantage of having the main device by a host of peripherals from the day of launch.
And even though the design is still wrong, Totli is offering a money-back guarantee to customers who buy one of these cases. It seems like a good deal if you’ve already made up your mind on which iPhone 12 you want, and like Totally’s designs.
The launch of the iPhone 12 is currently expected in October, with units actually reaching customers in November. However, the next week’s Apple event on September 15 could bring at least some iPhone-related news with the anticipated Apple Watch 6 and iPad Air revelations.
With four different models to choose from, the iPhone 12 lineup is Apple’s largest phone of all time. The cheapest models, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max, have both been tipped to use dual rear cameras, while the more expensive iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max get three cameras plus a new LiDAR depth sensor.
All the phones will reportedly share Apple’s new mobile device chipset, the A14 Bionic. They all will also have the option of OLED display and 5G connectivity.