Don’t risk your camera in a case that doesn’t cover it.
As we have the best case for iPhone SE 2020 that you have been longing for.
Keeps your camera safe.
Although the camera lens of the iPhone is claimed to be made out of sapphire crystals that are harder than diamonds, there are lots of people who have experienced a crack or shatter in the lens without a rough usage.
This case provides an all-rounded coverage without leaving your cameras exposed.
Simply Slide-in to protect and Slide-out to capture.
Keeps your cameras dust-free and smudge-proof so that whenever you slide out, the camera ready to use.
Even when the slider is left open in the event of a fall, the slightly raised bezels protect your iPhone camera and do not let it touch the surface.
You also don’t need to think twice before putting your phone in your pocket with other stuff like keys, coins, or sharp objects that could potentially damage the lens.
Shock-resistant airbag on all corners.
If you are rough with using your devices, this case will take care of your iPhone SE 2020 with its shock-resistant airbags that cover all the corners and protects your phone from damage.
In the event of a fall, air pockets in the corners absorb impact and protect your handset from dings and bumps.
Addresses the problem of uncovered lenses in almost every other case available out there.
Especially considering the people who suffer from the damaged lens which can’t be replaced easily or cost-effectively.
Accurate cut-outs and classic looks.
With its minimalistic design, you get to enjoy the classy feel while keeping your phone fully protected.
Easy-press layers cover the volume rockers and side buttons.
All cutouts line up accurately around ports and cameras for the best fit and functionality.
It can even be used to replace your iPhone 7/8 case.
Safeguards your privacy.
It’s a scary feeling if someone can access both front and back cameras, record you anytime, take pictures and videos and even upload them or Livestream the camera on to the internet with just simple app permission that you granted.
FBI Director James Comey covers the cameras and calls it sensible security and privacy steps.