Designed by Apple to complement iPhone SE, the form of the silicone case fits snugly over the volume buttons, side button, and curves of your device without adding bulk. A soft microfiber lining on the inside helps protect your iPhone. On the outside, the silky, soft-touch finish of the silicone exterior feels great in your hand. And you can keep it on all the time, even when you're charging wirelessly.
Fits perfectly, is grippy, and protects without being bulky. I’ve used apples silicone cases for years combined with a screen protector. I’ve never had issues with drops all have which have been on concrete and been pretty brutal. So if you’re looking for a case that is not bulky but has good grip and is slim and stylish I highly recommend this from the maker of your phone after all.
I got the SE to replace an again iPhone 6. I had a similar case for the 6, which also included a rubber outer layer that went over the case. This new Apple case fit the SE perfectly (as you would expect), but more importantly, it worked with the old rubber outer layer from my existing case, so that I have effectively replicated the protection that kept my old iPhone 6 from getting damaged in nearly 6 years of use (I got full trade-in value from Apple for it).
While this case is not cheap, I got it on sale, and it was worth it as the SE is too slippery to go without a case -- I would surely drop it and damage it eventually. If you are replacing a 6 as I did, you might want to see if your existing case will work on the SE before you buy this though.
This product is easy to affix to the phone, durable, easy to press the outside buttons, and at a cost that is justified by the durability and product quality. I feel this item is stylish and also not slippery to the touch.
It's a leather case, designed to fit the iPhone SE. It does that very nicely. The leather feels great, and past experience is that they age very nicely. The edges are higher than the screen of the phone, even with a screen protector in place, providing better protection to your very expensive phone. Worth buying.
A:AnswerYou could add a potsticker, but that’s a Chinese dumpling. I think you mean a pop socket. I have the same question. Pop socket sounds like hot pocket to me, which is also a food. I’ve never had either one. I do know that popples were stuffed toys in the eighties that you could roll into a ball. I thought they were neat as a kid. But, they were really dumb looking, just like pop sockets. I’d still like to try them.
A:AnswerI’ve had mine for about two months and it hasn’t yellowed nor has it absorbed the blue from being in my jeans. It hasn’t gotten dirty easily but I’ve made it a point to look where I set it down.