Totallee iPhone 12 Case REVIEW | MacSources

MacSources
4 min readOct 13, 2020

Total protection for the new iPhone.

I was first introduced to Totallee a few years back when MacSources reviewed their ultra slim cases for the iPhone. Totallee has amazing cases that are perfect for users who want some protection, but don’t want to impede the natural design of the iPhone. This description fits me to a tee. I typically hate cases because I remember Steve Jobs making remarks about the iPhone 5 being designed to handle daily wear and tear without a case. That said, I am realistic at the same time and want to keep my iPhone I prime condition. So, Totallee’s cases are perfect for that purpose.

DETAILS

The Totallee case is designed to provide “an extra layer of protection.” They are ultra thin (0.02–0.03″ thick) and virtually weightless (0.1 oz). There is no branding or logos on the case and they most definitely work with wireless charging pads. There is a raised lip around the camera to protect the surface of the lenses and the cases are guaranteed to be a perfect fit.Totallee’s iPhone case gives users everyday protection. It helps to prevent minor scratches and dings from occurring. There are two different styles of case that are being made for the iPhone 12 models — Matte and Transparent.

MATTE: The matte cases are the definition of minimal, yet protective. The polypropylene plastic allows the case to be only 0.02" thick and weigh only 0.1oz, and adds extra grip. There are five different color options available: frosted clear, frosted black, navy, and solid black. Each case features a raised camera bump around the rear camera, precise cutouts for all buttons, each individual speaker hole, and the charging port.

TRANSPARENT: If you’re an iPhone purist looking for the best case to show off your iPhone 12, then the transparent clear (soft) case is exactly what you need. It’s slightly thicker than our matte cases. The ultra-clear flexible TPU case comes with protective covers over the power and volume buttons that respond extremely well to touch. This case still remains low-profile and it doesn’t look or feel like there’s a case on your…

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