If you’ve purchased an iPhone 12, a case is an essential accessory that will help you protect your new iPhone from bumps, drops, or drops. A small amount of money spent now could save loads in the future.
While there could be a big price difference between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, both phones are the exact same shape and size, so the same case will fit (in most cases). The iPhone 12 Pro is a bit heavier, but the dimensions are exactly the same, which means you can use cases for each phone interchangeably.
With that in mind, we’ve put together some iPhone 12 case suggestions that will ensure your phone is protected, stylish, and in some cases more useful than ever, using Apple’s new MagSafe technology.
We haven’t had all of these iPhone 12 Pro Max cases in our test labs yet, but based on the opinion of our experts and knowledge of the most reputable brands, we think they’re worth it. to be examined.
Our selections take into account online reviews, brand reputation, product capability, or unique characteristics, to help you choose from the maze of choices available to you.
Offering a compact case with built-in water and dust resistance, as well as a screen protector, the Oterkin might not look good, but it will undoubtedly keep your phone dry and safe. and in one piece.
Despite its bulky charm, it still supports wireless charging, while shock absorption ensures that your pride and joy will survive longer than without this case.
Smartish’s Gripzilla has earned a reputation as a rugged case, and the iPhone 12 variant is no different.
The name comes from a convenient serrated handle on the side that helps mold it to your hand, while the back is sleek and protective.
It’s not the most stylish case, but it will protect your phone with minimal hassle and can be personalized with Smartish design studio.
Arguably the prettiest case on this list, the Nudient looks great but has a few cool features.
An inner layer of suede fabric prevents dust from scratching your device, while the exterior has three layers of rubberized material to make it easy to hold.
Pipetto’s Origami Folio cases are made using antimicrobial and anti-bacterial materials that will continue to work for months or years of use, and it’s a sturdy case too.
The real appeal, however, is probably in the myriad ways you can turn the back cover into a stand for watching movies in landscape or FaceTime calls in portrait.
Ted Baker and Proporta’s range features gorgeous designs, with a ‘Folio’ style display cover that offers a mirror for makeup emergencies and selfie preparation.
While it may not protect the edges of your device as well as it protects the screen, it does offer a mark if that’s your thing.
Spigen already offers a whole host of iPhone 12 cases, but this one caught our eye for its slender frame, although we wonder if it’s less durable because of it.
Either way, the back panel snaps onto the border around the phone for double protection, and the kickstand comes in handy if you plan on watching a movie or two.
Apple’s silicone cases might not be the cheapest, but the variety of colors and solid construction make them an easy competitor.
New this year is the company’s MagSafe technology which not only allows devices to charge more efficiently, but secures cases in place and allows accessories to âgraftâ onto your phone, like a leather wallet to store. cards (sold separately for additional $ 59 / Â£ 59 / AU $ 89).
Another expensive option, but the Mujjo Full Leather case offers a sleek design in multiple color options as well as a built-in card compartment.
The material is “grippy” which should help prevent accidents, and it’s made from full grain leather, so it’s durable enough to survive more than a few drops.
A case that can help your iPhone complete your outfit, this “Bandolier” style smart case will keep your iPhone handy at all times with an over-the-shoulder design.
Its open design means you’ll want to make sure you don’t rock it on hard surfaces, but a hidden compartment on the back lets you carry any bank card or ID with you.
The strap is also removable.
Check Emma Pebble leather shoulder strap here.
When the people of Greenwich add luxury to the name of an enclosure, they’re not kidding – they’re made from the same materials as Bentley interiors.
Offering a folio case with internal card storage and the option of a brass or gunmetal finish, there is also a snap compartment on the back to allow for additional storage.
Quite beautiful in appearance, the Mous Limitless 3.0 cases for iPhone 12 keep your phone safe while looking great. Available in five different color combinations, each offers AiroShock technology to provide impact protection while maintaining minimal additional bulk so your iPhone doesn’t take up much more space than before.
The case also has an eyelet to attach a wrist strap to your iPhone 12, and it can be used with the MagSafe wireless charger which will save you a lot of effort in the long run.