Totallee’s best-selling, super thin cases now shipping for iPhone XS Max, XS, and XR


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9to5Mac— Totallee’s popular super-thin iPhone case collection is now available for iPhone XR following launches for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Based in California, totallee has been making thin iPhone cases since 2013 and now has a number of styles of its branding-free cases available for the latest iPhones including a new leather case. Totallee’s collection now features 9 different colors and 3 different styles in total. Below we take a look all of the options in the new lineup: more… The post...

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