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Feather light and razor thin, SurfacePad for iPhone is a beautifully slim leather cover designed to shield the front and back of your phone from scratches. Inside this Napa leather jacket are two cards slots for all-in-one convenience. And yes, SurfacePad is fully MagSafe compatible! With slots inside the front cover, there’s no need to remove SurfacePad to access your cards or charge your phone. Don’t hide your iPhone in a bulky plastic box - get SurfacePad for a more minimal, more comfortable everyday protection.
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SurfacePad is a minimalist cover designed to protect your phone from regular hazards like the keys in your pocket or the water rings on the bar at your favorite coffee shop. This thin leather wrap barely adds any thickness to your phone so it easily slips into pockets or phone slots in purses and backpacks. When you do need a rugged case for outdoor adventure, you can peel SurfacePad off and put it back on when you return. How’s that for convenience?
|PRODUCT||DEVICE COMPATIBILITY||MODEL NUMBERS|
SurfacePad for iPhone 12/12 Pro
A2172, A2402, A2404, A2403
SurfacePad for iPhone 12 Pro Max
|iPhone 12 Pro Max||A2342, A2410, A2412, A2411|
|SurfacePad for iPhone 12 mini||iPhone 12 mini||A2176, A2398, A2400, A2399|
Yes, the wireless charging feature works with your iPhone in SurfacePad. There is no need to remove the cover to charge.
Absolutely. SurfacePad can be removed and reinstalled many times. Just make sure you peel it up slowly and carefully so as to not stretch the leather, and be sure to keep the adhesive clean and dry when it's not on the iPhone.
With the 12-series iPhones, Apple eliminated the wake/sleep functionality of the earlier models, replacing it with the “raise to wake” feature and auto-shutoff after 15 seconds of inactivity. Unfortunately, SurfacePad cannot add this feature back to an iPhone which doesn’t come with it.
In order to enable MagSafe charging, the ability to use SurfacePad as a stand had to be eliminated. The stand (“viewing mode”) was only made possible by the addition of several layers at the back of the iPhone, which made the case too thick for MagSafe to work.