We got our hands on an iPhone 12 Pro today in Pacific Blue and we’ll be sharing our quick thoughts on the weekend. But so far, this new iPhone 12 design feels fantastic in the hand.
After popping on a few Spigen iPhone 12 Pro cases such as the Rugged Armor ($15.99), Neo Hybrid ($20.99) and Neo Hybrid Crystal ($20.99), they all worked fine with Apple’s new MagSafe wireless charger.
MagSafe magnets are strong enough to ‘jump’ up onto the back of the iPhone 12 Pro inside a Spigen case. Placing the iPhone 12 Pro with the case onto the MagSafe charger did not require specific aligning. Charging was stable, instant and worked as normal.
I am able to pick up the iPhone 12 Pro inside the Spigen case and MagSafe stays connected, and won’t come off unless I give it a strong shake. Of course, the connection isn’t as strong as not having a case on at all, but if you don’t want to pay the premium for an Apple MagSafe iPhone 12 case, Spigen’s cases will do the job.
Spigen is an active sponsor of iPhone in Canada but this article is not a sponsored review or editorial.