Combine your iPhone 12 with various accessories in iPhone 12 Studio

In iPhone 12 Studio you can virtually combine your new iPhone with different cases and card holders. This way you know what the set looks like before purchasing. Comparing is very easy.

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Compare covers and card holders with iPhone 12 Studio

Apple again sells various covers for the iPhone 12. In addition, there are also cardholders available this year in which you can store your debit card, for example. Both the iPhones and the accessories are available in different colors. So you can choose from countless combinations.

That’s why Apple iPhone 12 Studio set up. With this tool you can easily check how your iPhone 12 will look with the case and card holder of your choice. Still not completely satisfied? Then choose a different combination.

That is how it works:

  1. Go to the website. This only works on smartphone and tablet;
  2. Choose the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro of iPhone 12 Pro Max;
  3. Scroll down and click on ‘Design’;
  4. Choose a color for your iPhone, Case (cover) and Wallet (card holder);
  5. You can now download your combination and share it on social media.

This tool is similar to Apple Watch Studio, which allows you to personalize your Apple Watch. Apple makes it so easy to get a picture of your new purchase with the various accessories.

MagSafe makes new accessories possible

The fact that Apple sells cases for its iPhones is nothing new. The cardholders are. You can just snap these little purses on your iPhone. This is possible thanks to the magnets in the iPhone 12. They are intended to charge your iPhone with MagSafe. At the same time, they also enable new accessories such as card holders.

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Keep in mind that charging will not work if there is a card holder on your iPhone 12. The distance between the iPhone and the MagSafe charger is then probably too great. Apple may also have intentionally disabled charging in this situation. The magnetic forces could damage your debit card.

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