iPhone 12 Pro Case

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About this iPhone 12 Pro Case

  • A diamond anti-oxidation layer is applied to the case to preserve its crystal clearness and prevent it from yellowing over time. It is based on German high-grade TPU, PC, and acrylic components. An oleophobic coating is applied to make the case simple to clean, scratch-resistant, and non-greasy over time.
  • Military-Grade Shockproof Protection: Our case has 12 built-in airbags in each of the four corners to effectively cushion the phone in the event of a drop or collision. To guarantee transparency and hardness while boosting fracture resistance, the backplate uses a composite sheet made of stiff polycarbonate and polymethyl methacrylate. The anti-fall capacity meets military-grade standards in the United States.
  • Additional and thorough protection for your phone is provided by the 3.2 mm raised frame around the camera and the 1.4 mm raised screen frame.
  • Made to Fit: Our protective case supports wireless charging, is entirely compatible with the iPhone 12 and Pro, and is compatible with the majority of screen protectors available. It wraps your phone in a seamless manner, protecting it from dust and scratches. All buttons and the microphone may be used normally while being protected thanks to the exact buttons and tailoring design.

Highlights

  • Crystal Clear Diamond-like cleanness, ant - yellowing Restores the original beauty of your iPhone.
  • Shockproof, Safe, Secure  Protects against dropping, impact, and everything in between.
  • A Perfect Fit every time The case is super-light and easy to hold.
  • Lightweight  Easy to Carry.
  • Magnetic Charging compatible. Support magnetic charging, making charging even easier.

There are various reasons why a phone back cover is necessary. Here are a few factors to consider.

They provide you with more protection. Accidental falls, shocks, and smudges from objects may all be easily avoided with the use of a phone cover.

This, in turn, extends the phone's battery life. The less damage is done, the higher the value and endurance.

If you pick a stylish phone case, some cases can provide a decorative appeal to your phone.

What should I look for in a phone case?

The sort of phone case you wish to buy is one of the first important selections you must make. We're delighted to say that you now have a plethora of choices. Here's a short rundown of what's going on:

  • For thin cases, they give up safety for the sake of beauty and simplicity. They add little to the phone's overall size, but they don't provide anything in the way of drop protection or other functionality.
  • Hybrid cases: These are the "standard" cases that you see at most stores, and they come in a wide range of designs. These are the cases that most people should purchase.
  • Rugged cases are thick and hefty, and they provide maximum protection from drops at the sacrifice of aesthetics. They frequently come with additions such as kickstands and waterproofing.
  • Clear cases: Clear cases are transparent and simple, allowing you to show off your phone's design while keeping it safe from drops. Just bear in mind that they might be tough to maintain.
  • Wallet cases: Wallet cases protect your phone while allowing you to store cards, IDs, or cash. Aside from cardholder cases, folio-style covers with a cover to protect your screen are also available.
  • Magnetic cases are made to function with magnetic attachments, such as Apple's MagSafe system. There aren't many alternatives, and they're very specialized, but they can open up some intriguing possibilities.
  • Cases with a built-in battery pack are fantastic for camping or extended journeys, but they're too large for regular usage. They frequently include reverse-wireless charging for other gadgets as well.
  • Most flagship phones nowadays have some level of water protection, but none of them can withstand saltwater. Some rather uncommon and specialised circumstances exist to fill that void.
  • Skins: Skins aren't quite cases, but they serve a similar purpose. They provide very little protection, though, because they just adhere to your phone using adhesive, much like a sticker.

The majority of people choose thin and hybrid casings. They provide a nice balance of protection and elegance, generally at a reasonable price. Plus, with so many different styles and colors to select from (including clear covers), you're likely to find one that matches your personality. You may also personalize the case with text or other graphics with some companies.

If you want your case to be more functional, you have many more options. Wallets and magnetic cases are useful for regular use, and more specialized choices like battery cases are useful in specific scenarios. Rugged cases often offer military-grade protection, avoiding severe damage from falls as high as 20 feet, if you operate in the field (or are just a little clumsy).

What materials are used to make phone cases?

Polymers such as thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), polycarbonate (PC), and silicone are commonly used in phone cases. TPU is the most prevalent material since it provides the best blend of weight, flexibility, and durability.

To add bumpers and other protective features to a case, more rigid polymers like PC are frequently utilized in combination with TPU. These cases also come in a variety of designs, including transparent finishes and a variety of colors.

Flexible, durable, and with a wonderful soft rubbery texture, silicone is an excellent choice for phone covers. It is less likely to crack than TPU or PC because it is usually thinner and lighter. They also come in a variety of colors, but because of their rubbery feel, they are more difficult to clean.

Phone covers are made of TPU, PC, silicone, bioplastics, and high-end materials like leather and wood.

Leather is occasionally used in cases, but only as part of a hybrid design. This indicates the case's inner is TPU, with a thin layer of leather on the outside. These casings are attractive and develop a patina with time, but the thin leather layer is susceptible to harm. Keep this in mind before you make a purchase.

In recent years, more environmentally friendly materials, such as biodegradable plastic and even wood, have been employed in some cases in recent years. These are less resistant to wear and tear than polymers and do not last as long. However, the majority of users will replace their phones every few years, and when they do, that plastic cover will be discarded. This is a strategy to reduce your environmental impact.

How to clean every kind of iPhone case

If you're looking for a quick clean, Apple includes a cleaning instructions for its cases. However, if you want something more substantial, we can provide it. Here's how to clean that awful, yellowing phone cover that stares you down every time you look at it.

Plastic is more robust than other smartphone case materials, so it can withstand more abrasive and effective cleaning treatments, such as bleach. However, if you don't want to deal with it, you may use dish soap instead. (Follow the directions for rubber and silicone casings for a bleach-free procedure.)

What you'll require:

  • Bleach with chlorine
  • Water
  • A sponge, a towel, and/or a toothbrush are all useful tools.
  • Dishwashing gloves

How:

  1. Put on dishwashing gloves and open your windows for optimum airflow since bleach might irritate your skin and lungs.
  2. For every cup of water, add one spoonful of bleach. If you want to do it in bigger batches, mix one part bleach with 16 parts water. If you don't want to get hurt, don't splash the liquids.
  3. Soak your case completely in the solution for 5 to 10 minutes. If your case has a tenacious stain, soak it for a few minutes longer or until the stain disappears.
  4. Scrub the inside of your case with a sponge or cloth to remove any filth, dirt, or stains. Use a toothbrush to access hard-to-reach areas.
  5. To remove the bleach solution, thoroughly rinse your case. Before putting it back on your phone, pat it dry with a (paper) towel and let it air dry for approximately half an hour.
  6. Aftercare: Wipe down your case with a sanitizing wipe once a week and then once a month.

Silicone and rubber  Rubber and silicone are more sensitive than plastic, so a gentler cleaning solution is required. However, you may not be able to get all of the dirt out in one go. In any event, start with a dish soap solution and work your way up to baking soda if stains and yellowing continue.

What you'll require:

  • Soap for dishes
  • Water
  • A sponge, a towel, and/or a toothbrush are all useful tools.
  • Soda (baking) (optional)

How:

  1. In a basin or a bucket of hot water, combine a reasonable quantity of dish soap and stir thoroughly. How much soap do you need? Make the best decision you can.
  2. Soak a sponge or towel in the solution and scrub your case with it. Use a toothbrush to get into every nook and corner.
  3. Optional: If the stains and filth were not removed after the previous step, sprinkle baking soda on top and scrape with a wet toothbrush. To remove large stains, make a paste with one part warm water and three parts baking soda. Apply it to the problematic areas, allow it to sit for 5 minutes, then scrub.
  4. Rinse your case well to remove any soap or baking soda residue. Before putting it back on your phone, pat it dry with a (paper) towel and let it air dry for approximately half an hour.
  5. Note: Unlike silicone cookware, you should not boil or put your silicone case in the dishwasher. It has the potential to reduce the size of the case.
  6. Aftercare: Wipe down your case with a sanitizing wipe once a week and then once a month.

Wood  Some wood and wood treatments can shrink or expand when exposed to liquid. This vinegar solution, on the other hand, is typically safe to use on all types of wood and finishes—just don't immerse your case in it.

What you'll require:

  • Water
  • vinegar,
  • Soap for dishes (optional)
  • spraying container
  • Cloth

How:

  1. Combine two parts of water and one part vinegar in a spray container and shake thoroughly. If you think the stains on your case require a stronger cleaner, feel free to add a few drops of dish soap to the solution.
  2. Spray the case with the solution and wipe it off with a moist towel. Again, take care not to soak your case in the solution.
  3. To eliminate any remaining moisture, wipe it down with a paper towel or a dry cloth.
  4. Aftercare: This solution may be used as a general-purpose wood cleaner. Save what's left of the solution and continue this process once a week.

Leather

Oil, colored materials, cosmetics, sunshine, heat, and humidity are all sensitive to leather, making it the most unique of all these phone case materials. There isn't a great way to deal with it after it's stained. It's ideal to use a leather cleaner and follow the manufacturer's directions, although this is the less expensive option. Just keep in mind that whichever solution you choose may cause the leather to alter color significantly.

What you'll require:

  • Water
  • Hand soap that is gentle
  • Cloth
  • Mink oil or leather conditioner (optional)

How:

  1. In a dish, combine warm water and hand soap. To figure out the dimensions, use your best judgment.
  2. Because leather is vulnerable to water stains, never apply the solution directly to the case. Use a moist cloth and dip it into the solution and wring it out. Wipe down your case with a damp towel.
  3. To remove excess water, use a dry cloth or a paper towel.
  4. Optional: To preserve your case in good shape in the future, use a leather conditioner or mink oil. Follow the label's directions. If you're looking for a quick clean, Apple includes a cleaning instructions for its cases. 

However, if you want something more substantial, we can provide it. Here's how to clean that awful, yellowing phone cover that stares you down every time you look at it.

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