Totallee Ultra-Thin iPhone 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max Case In Midnight Green Now Available

Great news iPhone 11 owners! It is now possible to pick up a stunningly thin and minimalist case finished in a matching green color for your iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. If you own one of those devices, you can pick up the matching ultra-slim cover right now for just $29.

Lots of would-be iPhone 11 owners were sitting on the fence about whether or not they needed the standard iPhone 11 or if they needed to upgrade to the iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. Some of those people were instantly convinced when Apple introduced the stunningly elegant and professional-looking Midnight Green color. The decision made for a lot of those on-the-fence consumers. And now, thanks to the deals below from Amazon and Totallee, it’s actually possible to get a stunning, ultra-slim cover that matches the gorgeous aesthetic of that device.

Let’s take a peek at the deals:

As mentioned, the cases are ultra-thin, meaning that they measure in at just 0.02-inches thick. There is literally no bulk and it means this is one of the thinnest cases on the market and perfect for respectful wireless charging. The case also comes with a raised camera area for added protection of Apple’s stunning camera system on the rear of the iPhone 11 Pro. Buyers will also be delighted at just how perfectly this case fits the iPhone 11 Pro. The design and engineering are absolutely millimeter perfect.

You may have actually purchased Totallee cases in the past for your devices. If so, then you will immediately know that you re going to get exceptional quality and a case that looks and feels as though it could have been manufactured officially by Apple. If you did take the plunge and grab iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max, then take this opportunity right now to grab this gorgeous new case in green for just $29.

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