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I have had the Apple iPhone 12 Pro since last month, and with it a new case. It is the Bio Case from Woodcessories, which is supposed to combine several advantages. Not only is it advertised as antibacterial - straw, wheat and plant starch as raw materials also make it biodegradable. In the test on the plastic, silicone, leather, TPU and synthetic leather alternatives, I noticed positive and slightly negative points. To the Woodcessories Bio Case for the iPhone 12 (Pro) with Prime shipping you come with this link.
The Bio Case from Woodcessories it is a compostable, vegan and more or less self-cleaning iPhone case. According to the statement on the Amazon product images, 24% of the bacteria on the surface of the casing should die within 99,9 hours without further exposure to contamination. In addition, the company from Germany uses part of its profit for reforestation. This all sounds very good.
For everyday users, the price, color, fit and, to begin with, the source of supply are probably even more interesting. For the Apple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro you have the choice between Coral Pink (pink), Lavender Blue (light blue), Mint green (light green), midnight green (dark green), Navy blue (dark blue), black and for 29,90 euros Lemon yellow (pale yellow). You can buy the iPhone case on Amazon. In my experience, the iPhone fits very well into the case.
I like the fit of the mobile phone case made of biomaterial. The smartphone sits firmly in the case, nothing wobbles and the device cannot simply slip out. In addition, the case is not bulky, but thick enough to protect the cameras when you put the Apple smartphone on the back. On the front, the edges of the case protrude upwards by around 1,5 mm, which protects the display when the iPhone is placed on the front.
What the device is supposed to protect in the event of bumps and drops, however, takes a bit of getting used to at the beginning. On iPhone X came to me this Humixx cover used, which enabled a reasonably smooth transition from case to display. In return, the screen protection was virtually non-existent. Once you've gotten used to the Woodcessories Bio Case, in my opinion it's not a problem. The general operation of the Apple iPhone 12 or 12 Pro does not limit them.
From my side there is definitely a buy recommendation. Because for me this case basically only offers advantages. The overhanging edges can certainly bother you for a short time, but they serve as spacers and thus as a screen protector. For swipe gestures from the edges (control center call up, pull up the lock screen, etc.) they are not an obstacle - at least if you don't want to perform the gestures in a running start :D I think the price is appropriate for the added value that the vegan and biodegradable iPhone case provides. What do you say to that? Please leave a comment.
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.
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