Last year, Apple came up with a delightful 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini. When every smartphone manufacturer is busy making phones with massive display screens, Apple decided to go against the trend and released a mini version of its regular iPhone 12 released in 2020. Don't get me wrong. The iPhone 12 wasn't so mini when it comes to price as the price started at $699 only. The phone was 11% thinner and 16% smaller than iPhone 11. The price wasn't cut down mainly because the phone was just small in size; whereas its specs were powerful as the regular iPhone. It had the same camera, same processor, the same storage option, the same design, same IP certification as the larger iPhone - with only a difference in screen size.
Rumor suggests that Apple is going to discontinue the mini version of the vanilla iPhone 13 this year. This might not be good news for people who wanted to upgrade or switch to iPhone without breaking their banks. But we think that Apple should reconsider its decision. The biggest reason is obviously the price factor. Another reason that not everyone wants a phone with a massive display. Yes, there are lots of people who want bigger devices but lots of people aren't everyone.
According to unofficial sales figures, mini contributed only 6 percent of iPhone sales within October to November quarter 2020. Even that 6% may sound like a small number, that's a lot of people when you are talking about iPhone total sales. Smaller phones are not just convenient. But they also take us back to the time when the Nokia 3310 and Moto Razr were popular. Both these devices have come back with the latest technology. And having an argument whether there should be any iPhone mini or not, is pretty baseless. iPhone mini variants are smart, convenient, powerful yet affordable devices and there should be a choice whether we want a big phone or a reasonably sized phone. Do you agree with this or not? Let us know your opinion in the feedback on our Facebook Page.
With the success of the iPhone, it's obvious why everyone's trying to contend for the best iPhone wallet cases. But it's important to slow down and look at results. At Enphold, we make phone cases and screen protectors that we'd use ourselves. Our best efforts go into providing the best products. And the results show. Take a look:
Some phone cases might not offer the full package. There are a lot of cases out there that mostly act as attachments, with your valuables left hanging in a single pouch. The Executive by Enphold (shown below) can do that just as well, and we also offer a wide variety of other wallet case types.
The Executive Genuine Leather Wallet Case
If you limit yourself to thin phone cases, you'd be paying too much for not enough protection. Their cases really only cover the back, which means the front of your phone is left to anything life throws at it. It looks too much like the early days of iPhones when everybody ran around without cases. It's crazy to think people were so reckless once upon a time.
"The Easel" Phone Stand Wallet Case
So if convenient financial access and phone safety is what you're after, Enphold's got you covered. The Easel (shown above) and The Folio (shown below) are specially designed for any weather and other inclement conditions: snow, rain, hail, or even a long drop onto hard cement. Further, these cases can charge wirelessly, which is a huge bonus. Even for The Executive, our ultra-slim wallet case, we offer iPhone camera protectors and screen protectors. Bottom line: Enphold covers more ground with more premium products.
The Folio iPhone Wallet Case w/ Detachable Cardholder
You may have seen phone case makers that have limited wallet case options. All of Enphold's iPhone cases come with at least one card slot for your valuables (some have two or three slots). We believe you shouldn't have to choose between high-quality cases and a functional wallet. After all, what's the point of a case wallet if it can't work with your case?
On top of that, each case can function beyond just a phone wallet. One of our newest models, The Ally (shown below) is a MagSafe wallet case that allows the convenience of "snap on and go". While it also holds three or four cards (depending on card thickness), The Ally also comes in five gorgeous colors and works with any MagSafe-capable iPhone model. The Ally is just one example of why Enphold believes in providing useful phone cases with awesome features.
The Ally MagSafe Wallet Case
We only create cases that we would use ourselves, and everything we make comes with our seal of approval. Our cases fit your iPhone like a glove and act as wallets, phone cases, and fashion statements.
Enphold offers hand-treated leather materials for every case wallet we make. Wallet cases are made with only the finest materials and pass through several professionals before it reaches you. We know you deserve the best, and that's why we're driven to provide superior phone wallet capabilities.
Our need for good design extends to our website, too. When you visit Enphold.com, you'll be treated right. There are too many sites that fill their pages with clutter and noise. But Enphold keeps things simple and breaks down our products into a few simple categories (plus some extra offers, such as screen and camera protection).
Instead of just hurling random, semi-useful products at you, Enphold relies on four core case styles: The Executive, The Folio, The Easel, and The Ally. Each of these are phone wallets that come with amazing colors, compatibility across multiple iPhones, durable leather, and unique advantages. For example, our most popular wallet case, The Folio, delivers a magnetic clasp and complete phone protection while still allowing you to take pictures. And The Executive's slim fit and sleek design are sure to secure your finances and your "Best iPhone Wallet Case" prize.
Our site takes you through these options in a gentle flow, a pattern that guides you through each option's advantages. Each wallet case also comes with compatibility for multiple phone types. They also pack a punch with multiple colors; all of our models sport multiple classy colors, with many of them including four or five. The site offers multiple photos and angles of each product, so you can know exactly what you'll be enjoying when it arrives.
Take the people's word for it. If you're sick of websites offering flashy but flimsy wares, then Enphold is the right place for you. Unlike sites with three- or two-star reviews bemoaning their products' lack of durability or screen protection, Enphold is the proud provider of great customer experiences.
Of all the reviews on our site, none of them complain about low-quality cases, and all of them talk about the beautiful design, premium leather feel, and top-notch durability that Enphold has become known for. With so much going for it, and with the approval of many, many customers, Enphold truly is the people's choice.
Enphold offers the full package. Not only do we deliver premium products for all styles and sizes of iPhone cases, but we also go the extra mile when it comes to iPhone protection. Our ProGlass iPhone Camera & Lens Protector is second to none at covering your camera. We also offer our Ceramic Glass iPhone Screen Protector to cover every inch of your phone.
Give yourself the best! Shop Enphold wallet cases today!
iPhone 13 series will highlight a more modest indent alongside a changed Face ID facial acknowledgment framework, as per a report. The iPhone 13 Pro models in the series are likewise said to get a redesigned CMOS picture sensor, while the non-Pro alternatives could accompany the picture sensor utilized in the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. A previous report likewise asserts that Apple could utilize unique mark perceiving Touch ID in the iPhone 13 series. The unique mark sensor is, notwithstanding, not prone to be a piece of the whole setup and may very well be restricted to one model.
Refering to individuals acquainted with the advancement in the production network, DigiTimes reports that the iPhone 13 series will accompany an improved Face ID framework that will coordinate Rx, Tx, and flood illuminator sensors into a solitary camera module - like that of the LiDAR sensor accessible at the rear of the iPhone 12 Pro models. This will help decrease the size of the indent from the current iPhone models. Past reports additionally notice the presence of a more modest score on the cutting edge iPhone series.
As announced by MacRumors, the iPhone 13 series is likewise said to have an overhauled super wide-point focal point with a six-piece development - up from the current five-piece engineering. Cameras on the 2021 iPhone models are likewise supposed to have sensor-move adjustment innovation for better picture improvement.
Apple will allegedly utilize Foxconn and LG Innotek as the two producers for the profundity detecting Face ID camera module. Be that as it may, the selfie camera on the iPhone 13 series is supposed to be provided by China's O-Film.
The iPhone 13 Pro models in the series are said to have "a recently planned CMOS picture sensor" to offer a few enhancements. Nonetheless, the non-Pro models in the series are said to have the very CMOS sensor that is accessible on the iPhone 12 Pro models. The CMOS sensors on the new phones will supposedly be provided by Sony.
Insights concerning the dispatch date of the iPhone 13 series are yet to be uncovered. All things considered, it is probably going to make a big appearance at some point in September - Apple's normal dispatch cycle. The talk factory, meanwhile, is required to produce some new cases.
Apple examiner Ming Chi Kuo has by and by delivered another note, discussing the forthcoming iPhone models. According to the investigator, there probably won't be a ton of enhancements to anticipate in the fundamental camera of the 2021 and 2022 iPhones (tipped as iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 arrangement).
Despite the fact that his most recent report centers around the fight between Apple's camera providers, it likewise incorporates some item references, detailed by 9to5Mac. As per Kuo, the 2021 iPhone's primary camera will have 7P focal point, which implies seven plastic components for a more clear picture. Notwithstanding, this isn't new thinking about that the iPhone 12 arrangement has a similar arrangement.
However, that is only for the essential focal point. In past reports, he has asserted that there may be some observable changes in the super wide and zooming focal points in the following couple of years.
One can anticipate a significant improvement in the super wide focal point in iPhone 13 arrangement. He says that the opening may be broadened from f/2.4 to f/1.8. This will let the sensor catch double the light and will to be sure improve the low light exhibition. The quantity of components in the super wide focal point can likewise go from five to six. In this way, there may be less twisting while at the same time clicking wide-point shots. Besides, the wide-point focal point is said to accompany self-adjust unexpectedly. At this moment, the super wide focal point in iPhone 12 arrangement has a fixed center tech.
In a different report, Kuo has discussed the zooming focal point that will see a sensational improvement in 2022 iPhones. It has been said that those iPhones may have 10x optical zoom. This implies the organization may be utilizing periscope focal point configuration to get this component.
Back in August, we revealed to you that Apple had sued an organization over its logo. The organization, named Prepear, has an application in the App Store and the Google Play Store and it assists supporters with getting ready dinners and make shopping records. Despite the fact that the logo is that of a pear, Apple grumbled that it looks excessively like its own logo. Prepear organizer Natalie Monson clarified how the trillion dollar Apple chose to prosecute a little organization. "Apple," she stated, "needs to pursue our independent venture's brand name saying our pear logo is excessively near their Apple logo and as far as anyone knows harms their image. This is a major hit to us at Prepear. To battle this it will cost a huge number of dollars."
In the papers it documented with the court, Apple clarified how a pear logo can resemble its Apple logo. Prepear's pear, said Apple, "comprises of a moderate natural product plan with a right-calculated leaf, which promptly brings to mind Apple's celebrated Apple Logo and makes a comparative business impression." However, Apple is wildly defensive of its picture and the tech monster definitely needed to pay heed when a request drawn up by Prepear parent Super Healthy Kids earned 250,000 marks trying to get Apple to drop the suit. Also, presently apparently this may be actually what is happening.
Filings submitted a week ago with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Trademark Trial and Appeals Board mentioned that procedures identified with Apple and Prepear be postponed for 30 days. The purpose behind the break? Both "sides are effectively occupied with exchanges for the settlement of this issue." If no settlement is reached before January 23rd, the procedures will proceed on that date. Furthermore, either side can choose not to stand by until that date and resume court procedures whenever.
A timetable of the procedures uncovers that this court fight could run into 2022. On the off chance that a settlement can not be reached among Apple and Prepear, you can get ready to catch wind of this fight for quite a while.