Apple MagSafe Leather Wallet With Find My Support Available For Nearly 20% Off

Do you fancy owning an Apple official wallet that perfectly compliments your modern iPhone? If you do, and you have an iPhone 12 or newer, then you can pick up the official Apple leather Wallet with MagSafe for just $47.99.

As you might expect, this wallet is at the premium end of price when you consider exactly what it is. It’s capable of holding and shielding 2-3 credit or debit cards securely and giving ease of access to those cards. It has been designed with both style and function in mind and will look great alongside any other Apple product. It also has integrated MagSafe which provides it with maximum compatibility for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 series of devices.

Crafted from specially tanned and finished European leather, the wallet features strong built-in magnets that allow it to effortlessly snap into place on the back of your iPhone. You can even stack it on top of a case with MagSafe to create a look that’s unique to you.

We’re not overly sure about Apple’s claim of stacking it with an additional case – things could get a little bulky – but we definitely agree that the European leather will look great when it’s snapped to the back of an iPhone 12 or iPhone 13. This Apple accessory also supports the Find My platform. This means that if it does get accidentally misplaced, then all is not lost as it can be tracked through the Find My app using the Find My network.

If you are ready to own an additional Apple accessory without the need to pay the full usual asking price, then you should know what to do by now. Everything that you need to know to make this purchase, and, about the purchase, is listed on the direct link below. You won’t need to provide any discount codes or coupons.

Buy: Apple Leather Wallet with MagSafe from Amazon: $47.99 | Original price: $59

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