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iPhone 12 Studio lets you mix and match MagSafe cases and wallets

09 November 2020 0

The official iPhone accessories ecosystem has never been as diverse as it is with the new iPhone 12 series and MagSafe accessories, especially in terms of color combinations. Apple has offered various color options so that users can choose the ones suiting their particular fashion and style. In an attempt to make this process a lot more convenient, Apple has launched iPhone 12 Studio.

iPhone 12 Studio is an online experience available through mobile browsers on smartphones and tablets. The first step is to choose your preferred iPhone 12 series model i.e. iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, or iPhone 12 Pro Max and its color variant. The next step is to choose your favorite color combination for MagSafe case and wallet accessories. A user can try out any number of combinations until he finds the one that clicks with their fashion taste.


The online tool will essentially save the user's time in the Apple Store. They can try out all the combinations from the comfort of their homes and once they are satisfied, they can simply place the order online or visit a nearby physical store to make the purchase. The best part is that Apple even lets you download your creations and share it on social media. It means even if you do not have an iPhone 12 or are not planning to get the accessories, you can still customize and share your creativity with others.

The whole experience is similar to what Apple has been offering with the Apple Watch Studio. The only thing to keep in mind is that this online tool does not work with desktop browsers.


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