Apple’s most awaited iPhone 12 series is finally all set for its launch on October 13 (tomorrow). Meanwhile, the accessories maker companies have already started teasing accessories like smartphone case. With the launch of the new iPhone 12 series Daily Objects will be introducing a premium range of cases and accessories which will be available around the same time as iPhone 12 series will be in hands of the customers across India at 26k+ pin codes.
According to the company, the iPhone 12 series cases will be priced at Rs 1,199 and the iPhone 12 series tempered screen protectors will be priced between Rs 699 and Rs 899.
Daily Objects’ new range of iPhone 12 series protective cases comes with multi-layered protection and elegant designs. The company claims that the new design provides advanced drop protection using Air Cushion technology to provide extra-coverage around the edges.
The iPhone 12 series case will also come with a raised rim, recessed back and anti-slip grip to provide 360-degree protection in sleek, low-profile cases. The new iPhone cases have been developed after extensive testing and prototyping for durability while being mindful of the design language that makes the encased device look chic.
The Daily Objects iPhone 12-series case also disclosed the design of the upcoming flagship smartphone. Looking at the case design we can safely say that the iPhone 12 series will feature a square-shaped rear camera setup placed at the top left corner of the panel similar to the iPhone 11 series. The case design also revealed that the power button is placed at the right side of the frame and on the left, it houses volume rocker keys with silent slider. The listing also suggests that the iPhone 12 series will include four new smartphones.
In addition to the premium cases, Daily Objects is bringing a privacy friendly “anti-peak” screen guard. This screen guard will prioritize screen visibility towards the owner and restrict it from other angles to maintain the privacy of the data. The Privacy Glass Screen Protector is equipped with a filter that allows light to pass only through acute front angles, blocking the view of people from the side. Gives the user control of their smartphone’s content and choice to share what they want.