The iPhone 11 event is still a week away, but we have our hands on the new iPhone 11 cases from Totallee. These super-slim, minimal iPhone cases offer scratch protection and a matte or clear finish with a glove-like fit for $29.
While Apple still hasn’t shown off the new models yet, Totallee is sure that these will fit the new iPhone 11, or iPhone 11 Pro. If they don’t fit, you get your money back. We checked out their cases early last year and they fit like a glove.
I’m a fan of the super-thin matte finish Totallee cases. While I do typically use a case with a little more drop protection when I am out, these are excellent options if you just need a little bit of protection for your phone. Check out the Totallee iPhone 11 cases hands-on video below.
These cases feature a new cutout for the square camera array that we expect to see on the iPhone 11. These cases show that the iPhone 11 Pro with a 6.5-inch display is about the same size as the iPhone XS Max, which isn’t a major surprise.
You can check out the full Totallee iPhone 11 cases lineup directly from Totallee and order today if you are interested. They offer iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 cases which vary in size and in how the camera placement will likely be. Even if Apple changes the iPhone 11 Pro name around, the cases should still fit these three sizes.
Wait for the 2019 iPhone Launch
Don't wait for the 2019 iPhones if you need to upgrade your phone in the near future. That said, if you can wait a few more weeks, you might want to hang around.
Ahead of the official announcements, Apple's registered new iPhone models in the Eurasian Economic Commission database.
According to Indian blog MySmartPrice, these include the A2111, A2160, A2161, A2215, A2216, A2217, A2218, A2219, A2220, A2221, and A2223. These models most likely represent Apple's new crop of iPhones.
EEC filings often come several months ahead of release and they've hinted at impending launches numerous times in the past.
Apple's final launch window of the year takes place in September/October. And this is when you can expect Apple to reveal the 2019 models for the first time.
A leak from the iOS 13 beta hinted at a potential launch on September 10th and this date has now been confirmed via Apple media invites to an event in Cupertino. The launch date is confirmed, but we still don't have an official release date.
SoftBank President Ken Miyauchi reportedly leaked the 2019 iPhone's release date during an earnings call. He claims the new iPhones will launch 10 days from the end of September which means they could arrive on September 20th, a Friday.
This has been backed up by an additional report from MacRumors. The site claims iPhone pre-orders will start on September 13th followed by a release on September 20th.
Apple typically launches new iPhones on Friday so September 13th for pre-orders and September 20th for the release date makes a lot of sense.
New iPhones are just a few weeks away from hitting shelves. So unless you're in desperate need of an upgrade, you should consider hanging around so that you can compare the new iPhone models to other phones on your shopping list.
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