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These affordable cases protect iPhone 12 against almost anything

iPhone 12 may be Apple’s prettiest smartphone to date, so you’ll probably want to keep it looking that way by protecting its glass and metal frame. Do it with a brilliant new case from SwitchEasy.

SwitchEasy’s new lineup is available today from the Cult of Mac Store, with prices starting at under $15. It includes super-slim skins that keep things thin, and rugged cases that protect against almost anything.

Choosing the right iPhone 12 case doesn’t have to be difficult. If you’re always careful with your phone, you might want something simple and lightweight. Something thin but protective, that will keep your iPhone’s glass free from scratches.

SwitchEasy case for iPhone 12: The Skin is a simple silicone option that's slim and lightweight.
The Skin is a simple silicone option that’s slim and lightweight.
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If you’re particularly clumsy, or you work in harsh environments, you’re probably better off with something more robust. You might want a case that will prevent your iPhone from shattering when you inevitably drop it on the floor.

No matter what, SwitchEasy has you covered when it comes to iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max.

Get a SwitchEasy iPhone 12 case from $14.99

Some of our favorites include the shock-resistant Aero, which features a nano coating that feels great in the hand, and the soft and lightweight Skin, which is a lot like Apple’s own Silicone Case.

SwitchEasy case for iPhone 12: The Starfield adds some sparkle to iPhone 12.
The Starfield adds some sparkle to iPhone 12.
Photo: SwitchEasy

The excellent Explorer and Odyssey options allow you to tether your iPhone to your bag or hang it around your neck so that it’s always accessible. The Crush is transparent to showcase your iPhone’s design.

There’s also the wonderful Flash and Starfield cases, which are filled with glitter for some added sparkle. And SwitchEasy makes great edge-to-edge screen protectors that are priced at just $19.99.

SwitchEasy case for iPhone 12: The Odyssey offers ample impact protection.
The Odyssey offers ample impact protection.
Photo: SwitchEasy

Check out the SwitchEasy collection today

Find all these SwitchEasy accessories and more in the Cult of Mac Store today, and order your new iPhone 12 case from as little as $14.99.

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I love this watch band, it's super comfortable and it fits perfectly.

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