The way to turn off your iPhone has changed with recent generations, including the 12, and uses the side button and a volume button.
Incipio Group has released two MagSafe cases for the iPhone 12, including a Kate Spade New York hardshell case.
Fjorden is a professional, pocketable iPhone camera grip. It’s compatible with MagSafe iPhones like the iPhone 12 series, and there is a case for non-MagSafe iPhone 11 models. Here are some of its features: Two-Stage Shutter Button – Just like your real camera: Half-press to focus, full-press to capture the image. Customizable Control Dial – Easily adjust exposure, shutter speed, ISO, portrait mode aperture, manual focus, and other parameters without changing your hand position. Multi-Function Button – You choose what it does: Trigger portrait mode or selfie mode, select flash mode, or switch between other custom settings. Zoom Lever – Quickly switch between iPhone lenses, or smoothly zoom in and out.
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LifeProof has announced its latest protective case for iPhones. It’s called NËXT and it’s available with built-in MagSafe for the iPhone 12.
In addition to offering deals for Amazon Prime Day 2021, Incipio has also released new cases for the iPhone 12 lineup.
Current iPhone shipments in China are 12 percent down on the iPhone X series, according to a research note from Goldman Sachs seen by AppleInsider. It casts some doubt on the idea that we are in the midst of a so-called ‘super-cycle’.
Analyst Rod Hall analyzes the latest China smartphone shipment data for the month of May, which was recently released by the state-run China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT). Total handset units during the period clocked in at 23 million units, down 32% year-over-year. Hall points out that this appears to be the lowest shipment numbers for China since at least May 2014. Hall also says that re-opening “seems to have pulled demand forward quite a bit out of April and May,” but that the impact appears to have been short-lived. He suggests that China’s re-opening story could be a blueprint for how other countries fare when they re-open.
CASETiFY is preparing to launch three new products for customers: An AirTag Holder, a MagSafe Wallet, and a Nintendo Switch carrying case.