MagSafe Wallet for iPhone 12 Now Available for Pickup at Select Apple Stores [Updated]

Apple's new Leather Wallet with MagSafe for iPhone 12 models is available for pickup today or tomorrow at select Apple Stores in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

A few customers have started sharing photos of the Leather Wallet on Twitter after completing a pickup at an Apple Store today.

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Photo shared by Leonard on Twitter

As noted by 9to5Mac, it also appears that some customers are beginning to see their online orders marked as shipped earlier than expected. Many of these customers are seeing an estimated delivery range of November 2-9.

Priced at $59 in the United States, the MagSafe Wallet is designed to magnetically attach to the back of iPhone 12 models, allowing customers to carry a few credit cards or IDs with their device. The wallet is designed with tanned European leather and is offered in four colors: Baltic Blue, California Poppy, Saddle Brown, and Black.

Top Rated Comments

hybrid_x Avatar
44 months ago
... and then you'll be picking it up off the floor as it slips off the back of your phone.
Score: 31 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Michael Scrip Avatar
44 months ago
MagSafe Wallet... available for pickup... from the floor...

:p
Score: 22 Votes (Like | Disagree)
0160033 Avatar
44 months ago
I really wish Apple would make a vegan variant of all their leather products.
Score: 20 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Boardiesboi Avatar
44 months ago
Just picked up mine from the Apple store. Some thoughts:
- The Baltic blue matches perfectly with the pacific blue 12 Pro and plum silicone case
- The original card filler that Apple has inside the wallet was almost impossible to push out.
- Takes 3 cards max. You can try to squeeze a 4th one in but it won’t sit flush with the other cards
- Magnets are strong. I didn’t have any concerns about it falling off even when I shake it.
- No issues putting it in and taking it out of my pocket. I’m wearing board shorts today. Tried it on the work pants and no issues with the wallet detaching either. But those are not skinny jeans
- It seems to stay on better on the silicone case than the naked iPhone itself. Probably not due to the strength of the magnets but the actual friction between the leather and the silicone vs leather against the glass back.

Like all other leather cases for the phone, it’s obviously not for everyone. But if you want to carry a few cards with you and not take your wallet for some quick shopping or go for a walk, this is pretty good for it.

It obviously adds some bulk to the overall package of the iPhone 12 Pro and if you pair it with the 12 Pro Max the whole thing will be monstrously big, thick and heavy.


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Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
theaudiobully87 Avatar
44 months ago
Bloody hell - why do people get so hung up on things? If you think you'll find it useful, great. If you think it'll fall off then just don't buy one.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Tofupunch Avatar
44 months ago
That's why you have to get the Airtags...to find your wallet!
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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