Apple Leather Folio Case For iPhone X/XS Down To Just $49.99 [Original Price: $100]

Treat yourself to a brand new Apple Leather Folio case for the iPhone XS or iPhone X for a low price of just $49.99 instead of $100.

Owners of iPhones already know that they can be a little on the fragile side, so keeping them in a case is almost a necessity unless you are one of the few people who never, ever, drops their phone. Assuming that you are not part of that elite group of people, you are probably going to be interested in the fact that the iPhone X/XS version of Apple’s popular Leather Folio case is now available at a pretty great price.

Normally costing $100, the Apple Leather Folio for iPhone X/XS is currently available for just $49.99, depending on the color option you want. Both Black and Taupe can be yours at this special price, with Cosmos Blue and Berry also on offer at $59.99.

Buy: Apple Leather Folio Case for iPhone XS and iPhone X from Amazon: Starting from just $49.99 | Original price $100

Apple’s Leather Folio cases are crafted from specially tanned and finished leather from Italy, and as with all of Apple’s leather cases they fit so snuggly to your phone that it might be difficult to believe that they are two distinct things. The folio aspect also means that your iPhone’s screen is protected when not in use, and the iPhone’s display will turn on when the cover is opened. If you enjoy the same feature on an iPad, then you’re going to love having your iPhone behave in the same way.

As with other folio cases, there’s more than just protection here. There’s room for small notes and several credit cards to be stored, and the inside of the case is lined with microfiber to keep things clean and scratch-free.

We’re big fans of the Apple Leather Folio, so check this out if a new case is something you’ve been keeping your eyes peeled for.

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